The Christmas season is an opportune time to disrupt the rhythm of the world by intentionally engaging and disengaging.
- Be hospitable: eat with family and friends
- Be active: walk, run, swim, surf, ride a bike, workout etc.
- Be generous: give generously to your favourite charity or bless someone with a random act of kindness
- Be refreshed: have a break from social media & technology
- Be still: get alone, pray and meditate on Scripture
- Be reflective
What ONE word best sums up 2017?
What ONE emotion has dominated your life in 2017?
What is ONE thing you are most grateful for in 2017?
Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and brilliant New Year.
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