Merry Christmas to my friends and family in America and all over the world. Today I ask that you show some restraint before allowing that negative idea or desire to go bad come to fruition. I ask that you think twice before getting on your high horse and telling everyone about the Pagan origins of Christmas and that Jesus wasn’t born on December 25. We live in America, the fact of the matter is today is probably the least Pagan day of an almost purely Pagan culture, and honestly, the accuracy of the date of his birth is not as important as the love and sacrifice associated with his life. Today I ask that regardless of your religion or beliefs that you take a moment to be thankful for the life you have, to give someone a genuine hug, to flash your beautiful smile, to listen to someone that needs to be heard, to forgive someone, and to enjoy a peaceful meal with your family. Take a moment to say a prayer for someone, because whether you know it or not, there are many who are struggling to cope with the absence of their loved ones or barely hanging on themselves; your kindness matters. Today I ask that you show the your friends, your family, and the world what humanity can be when we’re at our best. Merry Christmas and love you family.. Peace and blessings to you all. — Sean King
I would cut all the negative people out of my life who don’t inspire or push me towards my goals, but that’s not the lesson I learned when I studied the life of Jesus. Instead I’ve decided to strive to cut all the negativity out of me in hopes that my life will set an example that will help the negative people in my life strive to be and do better.
Isn’t it possible that God put them in my life to be inspired? Isn’t it possible that my role in some relationships is to give? Isn’t it possible that at one point in my life I was the negative uninspiring person in someone else’s life who needed help finding my way?
I believe the answer is yes.
Jesus is whatever color you need him to be to understand you are beautiful to your core, to be empathetic towards all humans, to serve others freely, to be diligent in the pursuit of your purpose, and be willing to sacrifice for others even if it cost you the earthly temple that houses your soul. You ask what color was Jesus? I ask what color is love? — Sean King