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A Sacred Pause

A Sacred Pause

Holidays are an extra-busy time of year. We have rituals, memories, and expectations associated with whatever holidays we celebrate.
Too often, that can set us up for stress, disappointment, anxiety, or depression.

At its core, though, a holiday is a "holy day" - a time dedicated and set apart. It is an opportunity to create a sacred pause, and to appreciate and celebrate all that is most important to us.

However you are celebrating this season, my wish for you is that you will set aside some mindful moments to connect deeply to what inspires and sustains you, and that it will bless you beyond measure.

Happy Holy Days! May God bless us everyone!

JoyofSeason

 

 

 

 

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