The seasons change, with only 104 days till the greatest celebration of giving on the Earth arrives, I find myself in constant wonder. I have taken it upon myself as Santa Claus to bring as much joy and peace to the hearts of the Child in all of us.
These are the most uncertain of times. The clay of the Earth’s future is up for the taking. Life, as most of us know it, has never been so fragile. Seven years ago to the day the innocence of our generation was taken from us. In one single moment, not knowing the severity of its consequences, I witnessed a loss to the human spirit of all mankind. This act of pure terror crossed every line of separation. Weather your ethnic background or station in life it rooted you to the quick.
The fabric of our precious life has been torn. The rippling effect continues to tear at my soul. But, as Santa, I hold if only a drop, of pure hope and faith in my heart that as a community of believers in a much higher power there is purpose for us to get out from underneath the covers this morning.
I believe with such a political change on the horizon in America we are going to break the shackles of terrine that were clamped on all living soul that day seven years ago. This is not just about Americans. It’s about humanity around the world. I travel around the Earth, not just at Christmas delivering presents to the wide eyed innocence believers of the Spirit of Christmas which lives deep in the souls of the Child in all of us.
For it is on the Internet, my twitter peeps will attest, our world comes to a new understanding every sunset and sunrise, that we have become one global Community. It’s simply, the need for information about how to acquire a better tomorrow that is why we get out of bed.
What is a better tomorrow? That my friend is what we should be asking ourselves with every step down this path we call life.
This is not rocket science. We don’t have to reinvent the wheel; although we are probably going to. LOL
We have three simple choices:
1. To make a positive choice through hope and faith in a better life for our Children.
2. To make a negative choice and destroy the future for our Children.
3. To make no choice and have no impute into the future of Children.
The funny thing is all three choices take the same amount of energy. Every morning as the sun raises and I slowly pull the covers down from over my cap I give a pray of thanks that today I will feel the power of a Childs smile as their lay their eyes on me for the first time this magical season.
At that moment there is only one choice to make.