No one would be surprised to know that Christmas celebrates the birth of Christ. That day was the 2nd most important in history. The most important day in history was the Resurrection, because without it, Christianity would never have spread.
But it's Christmas, not Easter, so I'll stick to a Christmas message.
inner meaning of the birth of Christ, represents the birth of Christ
within each of us. Each of our souls was given a part of God, that we
may choose to develop or not.
Those who develop this spark of God,
figuratively gives birth to Christ within us.
This is called by various names in many spiritual traditions. Many call it spiritual enlightenment, or soul consciousness.
we achieve spiritual enlightenment, we become Lights unto the world. We
would spread love, peace, and goodwill among all of God's children.
And when enough people do this, it will indeed be a Merry Christmas.
Tim Farage is a Senior Lecturer in the Computer
Science Department at The University of Texas at
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