Countdown to Christmas. Ornate cities, ornate houses, music, colorful lights, relaxation on the couch with classic movies, in a winter setting – as much as climate change shooting allows.

The setting can be even more fabulous, depending on the mood and psychology.

Most have already planned to rest physically and mentally during the holidays and to catch up on the sidelines due to the fast and demanding rhythm of the routine.

Festive family tables with friends and relatives who, in turn, feel more alert, trying to see differences and negative thoughts as a reason for personal development and for building positive relationships.

Christmas holidays hide a magic! Nobody opposes. Specifically, at times we may catch ourselves wrapping up our own fairy tale and become a little hero who wants to live his/her big dream festive life safely. Memories awaken from the past – bitter and / or pleasant, and remind us that we still have one more chance to look inside and confront with what we did or didn’t do, as the end of the year approaches.


Laugh is the best… medicine


Christmas is coming … Do you have time to feel it and share your emotions?

The selfless offering of love, interest and the provision of material goods, but mainly the emotional support for our fellow man, is a concept that often the complexity of daily demands doesn’t allow us to follow.

But through giving to society we can improve aspects of our personality. Offering love is an experience. You can talk to the kids about the feeling of “giving without waiting for a payoff”.

What we should pay attention to is the reason why the child receives gifts. Usually, children combine gifts as rewards for an act they did and thanked their parents. But Christmas gifts don’t correspond to a “good action”, so why do they receive them?

Children have the opportunity to understand that the gift is not judged by its exchange value, but is offered from the heart and symbolizes the practical love and concern for one another.

Remember that no gift can satisfy a child more than the love of his/her own people, allowing the child to make his/her own choices, in a context shaped by the warm embrace of affectionate parents who care to their children are faced with the responsibilities they have in their life as they grow up. And the responsibilities we all have to our own people, but also to those we can offer, unconditionally and deliberately.

And remember, how well you spend your holidays is about your inner harmony…


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