My dear friends, we love you so very much.
To those of you who celebrate, Merry Christmas! To those of you who don't, Happy Holidays! Dear friends we love each and every one of you so very much. and during this season of light coming into the darkness, in this season of miracles, we celebrate the gift and the miracle that is you!
The light that was born in the heart of Christ, the light that kept the lamps burning, the light that burns in each one of you is nothing less than God's love made manifest in a world willing and ready to receive it. And while not all on your earth are ready to receive God's love, we know that all of you reading this message are willing. And so dear ones, during this holiday season, let us gift you with our love. Let us help you call forth the Presence of God's love within you so that you may experience yourself as the beautiful light in the darkness, the lamps burning brightly, the manifestation of God's love in a waiting world. Allow us to help you bring God's light into the darkened spaces in your heart and your life. Allow us to help you remember who you really are.
Open your hearts dear friends. Sit, breathe, and imagine your heart opening as if a flower of beautiful light is unfolding, awaiting the sun. Imagine this golden white flower in your hearts opening and waiting to receive the love and the light and the tender care of God's grace. Breathe. Receive. Know you are loved.
The greatest gift we could give each one of you is our love. The greatest gift you can give one another is your love. The greatest gift you can give the heavens is to love yourselves and be yourselves in any given moment. It is, like the babe in the manger, so very simple dear friends. You are all innocent. You are all beautiful. You are all pure and loving souls, and although you may not always feel this way you are a gift and a blessing unto the heavens.
May your holiday season be filled with the love that you are.
God bless you! We love you so very much.
— The Angels
Message From Ann
It is hard to believe today is Christmas Eve. It is a quieter holiday for me this year. The broken toe and the big plumbing repair right before my Christmas party made me simplify my holiday preparations. Even so, the seasons has been filled with love. The music from the concert I sponsored in early December continues to lift my heart. The plumbers were fantastic. I had friends over with holes still in the walls and it didn't matter. What mattered was the camaraderie, the friendship, and the laughter.
Holidays don't always look like we expect them to look. I admit I am a huge fan of the Norman Rockwell / Martha Stewart picture of the holidays. I love to decorate, bake, and have friends over. And while all that is incredibly fun, the real beauty of the holidays is the time spent in love. Love is everywhere. You can love your friends, your pets, your plants, your homes, the sunset, the rain, the sun, and the clouds. You can love a stranger, a display of beautiful lights, or a good meal. You can love a wonderful holiday movie, or a good laugh. Most importantly, you can love yourself and you can love God. It doesn't require a Normal Rockwell / Martha Stewart setting to feel love, although that is one way we can create that experience. Love is everywhere. Every one of us is seeking love and in reality, love is there for us at all times. I think God wants us to open the BIG Present of his love by being Present and seeing it all around us.
So at Christmas, or during the holidays, no matter whether you celebrate or not, no matter whether you are surrounded by family or spending the day alone, there is always love. Seek it. Be it. Give it to yourself. Spend time asking God to feel it. The angels have taught me that receiving their love is a gift to them, because they love to give it. If you are with friends and family, enjoy the camaraderie, and if you are alone, do something sweet for yourself. Whether your finances are great or small, there is still love
May the peace and the joy of the holiday season fill your hearts. May you always know you are special and precious, and that all of you are deeply and dearly loved.
Love and hugs,
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