Each year, the Christmas celebration is a reason for personal discovery. I state this based on a reality known to each of us. Thus, through today’s article, I want to emphasize that at Christmas, we all discover long-forgotten or unsaid qualities.
Christmas is a unique moment per year, in which we all must be better, more generous, more humble. But how many of us do our best to behave accordingly? I cannot estimate an exact answer, but what I can do is make sure we can all be better, more generous, more humble, but we need to want this. So, do you notice the difference? One is to want to be in a certain way, and another is to want. You can make a specific distinction.
Therefore, Christmas is the celebration of personal discovery. Throughout this time, we can discover how good, generous, and humble we can be if we want that. Goodness is not a quality that you can buy as a Christmas gift. Goodness is a quality that we can achieve through tremendous but real efforts through small but sure steps.
Christmas celebration is not a time, not a season, but a state of mind in which we have the opportunity to discover ourselves in the real sense of the word, just as we are.
The true spirit of Christmas means to cherish peace and goodwill, to offer full compassion. Personal discovery can be a long and exhausting process, but you can see its effects in the long-term. Hence, give a chance to this beautiful celebration, to shape your character, to help you to discover yourself as you are. You will be surprised by what you will find.
We can all change ourselves, and if the Christmas celebration can be a reason for which to cling on, let’s not hesitate not even for a second.