The Christmas Message

My dear friends,  

The birth of the holy child once again brings new hope, specially this year as a new and better world is being born.

Jesus comes to shed light in our hearts. Love and Hope to our hopeless world. Goodness and kindness, peace and forgiveness, greatness and glory to our Earth.

His birth brings Life and Peace. The peace that is summarized in

the message of Christmas, the song the angels sing: 

“GLORY TO GOD, GOOD WILL TO MEN, PEACE ON EARTH!”

Sharing with you my little poem!

CHRISTMAS

Heaven and Earth become one.

God is born to us.

God is born within us.

Angels and Stars announce the Rising Sun.

The Sun of Knowledge

The Sun of Righteousness and Love

Maria’s Son

The Son of God

The infant King

Among Angels and men

Born to bring Love, Freedom, and Peace.

With a grateful heart,

Let’s accept His gifts.

Let’s embrace Love, Freedom, and Peace.

Let’s make choices that count.

Let’s be tranquil and serene.

Let’s love ourselves as He intended

Let’s love the World.

Love is the reason He was born.

Only then will we be free,

Only then will the World have PEACE!

 

Wishing you all blessed and joyous Christmas!

Enjoy the following card that my friend Patty Apostolides sent me. It is a good reminder about what the season is about..:

http://www.jacquielawson.com/viewcard.asp?code=2007134554829&source=jl999

 

About the Author

Katina Vaselopulos

Originally from Greece, Katina Vaselopulos and her husband, have made their home in Chicago for the past 47 years. Their four children and nine grandchildren offer countless adventures. Katina also enjoys cooking and baking, teaching and learning, reading and writing. Her soon-to-be-published book, Sailing Toward Ithaca, takes the reader on a journey through one year of her life. She invites the readers along, to sail through life’s journey open to all possibilities and to nurture relationships with self, others, and God by striving for self-knowledge and inner growth. Other projects include What Is Cooking in Niles, a cookbook of Greek cuisine, and a thesis, “Dostoyevsky’s Major Novels: Polemics against Liberal Thought,” for which she received high honors at Northeastern University of Illinois.

Comments

  1. This is lovely, Katina. Best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    • Thank you Joan for coming over, and leaving a comment!
      Love and Blessings to you and your family, always!

  2. georgia houpis

    Beautiful katina! Merry Christmas !

    • Georgia mou,

      Sorry for the delay…Just got into replying!
      Thank you so much for visiting and reading, encouraging me! It means a lot to me. Love you!

  3. lmccy

    Thank you for the Christmas blessings. Lmc

    • Already New Year, and did not reply!
      Thanks for visiting Laura!
      Blessings to all! Blessed and honored with your friendship!

  4. Beautiful poem, Katina! Merry Christmas!

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