Christmas is lived in very different ways, whether we are believers or not. Some seek to reunite with the family, others give it a more religious meaning, others fully immerse themselves in consumerism or festivities, and others confess that they can't stand these days of crazy spending, they don't find any sense in it. But each of these realities also contains its symbolism.
I was researching the meaning of Christmas, I liked this text:
"Christmas is a festival of light and renewed hope, a light whose purpose is to illuminate consciences and fill the heart with hope for a more loving life" - Reflections by Milena Llop.
The truth is that being a human being and the Christmas ritual have merged and have endured for more than 2000 years. I believe that it is because of that inherent need in us that we seek to be better and that is why one is more sensitive to the needs on the other, you want to celebrate and share with those you love the most, provide beautiful moments to those who need it most, as well as reflect and be thankful for the good (and bad) you have experienced.
Can you imagine if this feeling not only concentrated in one month of the year but extended into a higher form of coexistence? I think it would awaken more the collective consciousness (which we need so much), to evolve to a more dignified world where human beings can develop all their potentialities, leaving aside prejudice, differences and false ego, to evolve more like beings of light that we are.
My great wish for this Christmas is that this "internal birth" always remains in us, that we are constantly reborn and open to feeling that magic in us in order to grow grateful for the path traveled and the beauty of being alive.
Happy Reborn!, Merry Christmas!