Friday, December 13, 2013

Haiku My Heart–Making my Season Merry and Bright






I’m checking the list.

Doing only what feels right.

Love, joy, season’s bright.



I think the perfectionist of old in me has finally truly got it.

There is no such thing as a perfect Christmas.

No amount of decorating, baking or fretting will make it so.

And there is no way to make someone else’s Christmas perfect either.

What there is is joy in giving wherever you can and without expectations.

Little things that make someone smile.

And not expecting everyone to smile, either.

Just giving because your heart feels open to do so, and because you know that it is part of your purpose on this Earth.

And loving what is.

And fiercely loving the people who are in that close circle around your heart,

not with the packages under the tree,

but in the kindness,

the loving gestures,

the real Love giving

that lets them know they are deeply loved by you.

This is what Christmas means to me now.

If it brings my heart joy, I will do it.

If it brings me stress or worry, it will be off the list.

I am making my season merry and bright !

Big Love to all of you, Beautiful Ones !

Be kind to your awesome self today !


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Laura said...

This is the essence of our journey as humans Kim… so beautiful. Thank you dear one.

Anonymous said...

So beautifully expressed Kim.

Lisa Oceandreamer Swifka said...

Beautifully put and so truly the heart of the heart, the deep of the deep!
I wish you merry and bright all year long beautiful one.

Anonymous said...

((((muah)))) - love you! xo

Gillena Cox said...

the newsprint birds are soooo cute; have a nice Friday

much love...

J C said...

And big love back to you, dear girl. Your creativity is wonderful!

peggy gatto said...

Sending you a hot chocolate hug!!!
I always enjoy my visits here!!!

Priti Lisa said...

You go girrl!

Joyfulploys said...

Beautiful words about the Christmas season! I love your rustic Christmas tree!!! Have a wonderful weekend!

Lea said...

This is so well said Kim. I love how you are checking your list... fits for me!

Hazel said...

Fun haiku. What a beautiful blue bottle!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Absolutely! No use getting overwhelmed.

gma said...

LOVE Twig arrangement and the
simplicity of it.

Cynthia of Cynful Creations said...

I too love the rustic Xmas tree and ornaments! But mostly what your words express so eloquently, holding our loved ones close and giving for the joy of the act, rather than the result. Thanks for sharing.

Marit said...

thanks for the merry and bright wishes and wise words Kim... we do learn a lot when we get older don't we? Like 'letting go' and 'love rules'... that's the good thing that I am grateful for. You have a warm and loving Sunday my friend!