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Happy Holidays!

Whether it is Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa, the important thing is to acknowledge your blessings to the Divine Source. Let’s be humble and count our blessings in everything we do. Volunteer your time wisely to help others, bring comfort to someone in need, be present in the moment and do not let the purchasing of gifts, and attending of events, overwhelm you to the point that it overshadows the true meaning of the holiday season.

We get so caught up that often we forget to pay attention to where the mind really needs to be. Do not feel pressured into buying things that you do not need and cannot afford to buy. Invite your children in the spirit of giving to others whether it is a meal, a piece of clothing, a candy, a card, a smile, or more attention, the gesture will be appreciated.

Haiti1Stop wishes hope and positive beginnings to the families who’ve lost a loved one to a natural disaster, and those who are still struggling daily.

Count your blessings, because you never know when you will ever be in need, which is why it is also very important that you acknowledge and respect everyone.

    Haiti1Stop words of wisdom:

  • Impact people’s lives differently in 2013.
  • Start the New Year with a positive mind.
  • Start with a journal by writing your thoughts, accomplishments, and hopes.
  • Define the “how”, the “why” and the “who” in your life that is keeping you from becoming the best person you can be.
  • Reach out to others: a neighbor, a friend, a school, a shelter, a parish, a beggar on the streets, a nonprofit or a cause and many other avenues to make a difference in someone’s life by the end of this year and continue with the tradition yearly.
  • Leave positive imprints everywhere you go.
  • Love, respect, support, encourage and help one another.

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