Love Takes On Many
Shapes And Sizes
This is the Christmas season.
It’s a happy time. It’s bright, cheery, fun, energetic and the spirit of Christmas-Love pervades.
I don’t know if it’s the decorations or the family time or the idea of peace and goodwill toward all men but Christmas breeds hope.
And it takes over.
Every TV series has a Christmas episode. New Christmas movies are produced annually and old ones are shown again.
Retail sales go crazy. One-fourth of all personal sales are made during the Christmas season. That means that one single day, out of 365, accounts for 25% of all personal expenditures.
Before your jaded, non-commercial side screams foul, please remember that all or most of that spending is done for other people. That is, one person is thinking about another person and attempting to buy them just the right gift. One that says, “You’re special to me.”
Personally, l love it. [Read more…] about Is Christmas Love Different To Old Testament Love