ALL SEASONS – TOMORROW (December)

decemberallseasonswidget_4269-copy-copy            Hello ALL SEASONS Bloggers

Wow, what an outpour of Christmas lists and traditions. I enjoyed it thoroughly! Hope you read up on a few:)

This week the link list is open from Sunday till Saturday –
the same for the next post ALL SEASONS -December 25  (open from Sunday till Saturday)
For many December is one big celebration. For others it is a sober or even dreadful time. This post is written with them in mind. Hope you reach out to the hidden ones, the forgotten ones, the ones who need help in any way, or have a hard time coping.
If you don’t know what to say, just tell something about yourself.

When providing therapy, December was always the busiest, because most suicides occur this month.
Since depression increases when one is socially isolated, let someone know life may be hard, but worth living and they can overcome the battle! Give them a little something, an hour of your time, or a few phone calls, or emails.

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Dreaming of Tomorrow

What paths I come to
which bridges to cross
As long as I have something
to hold  on to
and can look up at the sky
I can take everything that
comes my way

 

 

 

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Dreaming of a Break Through

When doors are closed
maybe a window will open
even if its a key hole
something will work out
tomorrow will be a better day

 

 

 

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Do not exist
Find back your passion
without your light
the world would be
darker

 

 

 

 

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Taking care of You and Me

If you lost …
you can make a new friend
we are not meant to be alone

YOUR TURN
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18 Comments Add yours

  1. Mascha says:

    A great post, thank you.
    I often remember my time with the homeless people and like I celebrate Christmas with them. With these abandoned neglected people I found more human warmth than in middle-class circles. We were in a bad cold and dirt in a house without window glasses or doors, had only a little fire… there were no material things, no tree or decorations, some potato salad, hot tea and of course alcohol for the most of them (yes, I also drank a little from the cursing bottle), but they all had their memories of better times and old kinked and torn photos in their backpacks and we have spoken each with other. That’s so rare in the rich and clean normal world!
    I don’t make it romantic and don’t forget all violence and the bad, what happened with the people and what I’ve experienced in this time (most of them are dead meanwhile), but that was the best Christmas in my life!
    Sorry, that not the kind of comment, what’s just awaiting.

    Wish you a Merry Christmas

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    1. jesh stg says:

      Meanwhile wrote you back on blogspot:) That sounded honest, and special! Any plans for this Christmas? It suddenly turned cold, around zero at night and in the morning we see frost. Frost is rarely seen here in Calif. so it’s a big thing:)
      No travel for us, and letting my middle daughter cook Christmas dinner – can’t tell much more right now- you’ll understand next week!

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  2. Thanks, Jesh, for a thoughtful post.

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  3. jMo says:

    Beautiful thoughts for a very difficult time of year. Thank you, J.

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  4. Pat says:

    So true,Jesh, that this time of year can be sorrowful for some. My oldest grandson donated half his Christmas presents to homeless children. He is beginning to be of the age where he realizes that there are many less fortunate than himself and he wanted to help. My husband and I gave money to Oxfam and to Doctors Without Borders to help the refugees in Syria, instead of buying presents for each other.

    Wishing you and your family a Very Merry Christmas!

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  5. My Desktop says:

    A lovely post of reflection as the festive season looms ahead, Jesh. Wishing you all the best for Christmas and thanking you for being the gracious host of this lovely meme.

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  6. Jim says:

    Great having it pen from Sunday to Saturday. You should do that all year round. Cheers.

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  7. Season’s Greetings, Jesh!

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  8. My husband has invited a coworker to our house for Christmas who is battling depression. We are excited to have her!

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  9. Jackie says:

    Your post is all too real for many people.

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  10. Sallie says:

    This is a great post. We gave $ donations to the Food Bank for some of our “big people” instead of material gifts. It is a time of great need .

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  11. KL says:

    I really like all the poems/quotes that you have there. Did you write those? You are exceptionally talented then. Wow!! I love the first one most.

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  12. A very thoughtful and at the same time wonderful post! Happy Holidays to you!

    -Soma

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  13. Jackie S says:

    Great photos and quotes. Thanks for hosting. Have a lovely holiday.

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  14. Lisa Isaacs says:

    That bridge is delightful! Always love seeing the Christmas lights and candles. That hot creamy chocolate looks yummy too!

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  15. handmade by amalia says:

    Thank you for a year of lovely parties, Jesh, and a very merry Christmas to you and yours.
    Amalia
    xo

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