Each year seems to have its joys and its struggles – what a way to end each year with the notion of peace.
Even with the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season, there is a sense of peace that comes with this time of year. A time to join with family and remember loved ones that remain in our hearts, take a pause from normal life and news, take in the beauty of decorations glistening in the snow and give a warm smile or a helping hand to others you don’t know.
How interesting it is that the history of Christmas started with the theme of peace. Nine months before the first Christmas (just like some people like to plan ahead) there was some planning ahead happening for Mary. The angel visited Mary and said “Don’t be afraid, Mary” - Luke 1:30.
On the day of the first Christmas, an angel visited the shepherds. The first thing the angel reassured them with was “Don’t be afraid” -Luke 2:10.
Shortly after, many angels appeared with the announcement of Good News and Peace. “Glory to God in the highest heaven, and peace on Earth to those with whom God is pleased” -Luke 2:14.
What lessons for life and health; to not be afraid and to have peace. Even though not everyone celebrates Jesus birth at Christmas, how wonderful it is that we can all enjoy some peace together at this time of the year.
CoeDynamics wishes you a Merry Christmas and Peace
this season and throughout your New Year!
Tracy Coe, CPT-PMA, C-QRA Functional Health & Nutrition Practitioner CoeDynamics
Tracy Coe is a certified QRA functional health and nutrition practitioner who’s passion is to support the community in educating and providing professional documented and researched options of whole foods, cleansing, and toxicity prevention to support short/long term health and and vitality for the individual and family. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 424.903.3104
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