Dear Readers,

I hope that only the candles on your wreath are burning and that your house is still standing. As the evenings grow longer, lights begin twinkling outside: streetlights, paper stars in windows, and lights on trees. Everyone retreats to their cozy homes to end the evening with a hot drink and the first Christmas cookies. Christmas poems or carol lyrics come to mind.

A light for you

I give you a light!

 A light where your hope shines,
when life around you is dark.
One in which your soul rests
and does good to yourself and others,
chasing away all despondent thoughts
and remains a good companion to your tears.
A light that illuminates your path
and never overshadows your actions!

I give you a light that shines on your years
and means well with you and the future.


Hermine Geissler

How do you celebrate Christmas and what traditions have become part of your life over the years? Are there any fun or special memories that you look back on fondly? In our last blog post, we told you about a fun idea to help keep those sweet holiday memories alive.

We sincerely wish you peace and hope in these pandemic times!


Written by Laura Joy Albrecht

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