Another guest post by Dana
It seems that, with few exceptions, grace and generosity become almost common place during the holiday season.
People give, unconditionally, to others - even strangers.
Judgment is replaced with empathy.
People think of others a little more, and themselves a little less.
I hate to see it end.
What a different place this world would be if, for the other 46 weeks of the year, we practiced grace and generosity just a fraction as much as we do during the holiday season.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
One of the things I love about the holiday season (loosely defined as the week before Thanksgiving through the New Year) is the abundance of grace and generosity.