Christmas Eve – Personal thoughts and feelings

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Yesterday, as I fell into my bed exhausted with a cold after a chaotic few days and the last of the Christmas stress, my thoughts gave me no peace.

‘It’s Christmas. Again.
And, as usual, so incredibly fast.’
I thought.

‘And how much has happened this year! What has happened? What has changed…? How many (unbelievably beautiful!) people did I get to meet, who entered my life (again) and who did I have to let go…? Crazy.’

I went my train of thought further.

And so, caught in my maze of thoughts, I couldn’t help but wonder:
How have I experienced the days so far? And more importantly, how do I feel today, looking back on the time that has passed?

For many, a turn of the year doesn’t have that much meaning, but for me, it has always been associated with very, very much emotion. I like to review everything. I also try to look at my decisions and behaviours critically and from a different point of view to grow through the good and dark days.
Yes, I say intentionally: I try.

It’s always easier said than done, but I’m in the same situation as all of you at this point.
Try to think of the positive things you have experienced up to this point. All the lessons. All the moments when you felt you couldn’t do it anymore and now look: You have mastered the situation. And how you have.

“But believe me, you can find happiness and confidence even in times of darkness. You must remember to let a light shine.” – Albus Dumbledore.

Write to your friends and acquaintances, tell a stranger today how beautiful you find something about them, say to your siblings what you appreciate about them and how much you love them, and try to end each day with a good deed or at least a good thought, why don’t you take one day a week and visit your parents. Let those around you know that you are thinking of them. End the silence when you have been fighting. Don’t hate.
Set goals, push your limits, and be proud of your journey to achieve them. Even if sometimes you don’t reach your goal. Fight before you don’t even try.

“When we dream, we enter a world that is entirely our own. It may be swimming through the deepest ocean or gliding over the highest cloud.” – Albus Dumbledore.

And let’s be honest for once, please.
We think far too often that our separations from someone are pretty distant.
Time to date has taught me otherwise. It could all be over tomorrow. Or even tonight.

“Now is the Good Old Days we wish we had back in 10 years.”

Therefore, live. Loves.
And above all, LAUGH!

Enjoy the holidays and the ones that follow to the fullest.
We all have something to be thankful for today. Do not forget all those who will not live to see this day but would like to. And their families.
And then, be thankful for yesterday and all that we have left today.

“Dear God, today I woke up; I’m healthy and alive. Thank you for everything.”

Merry Christmas!

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