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Christmas Meditation

Christmas Meditation

Let us join our hearts and minds together in the spirit of meditation and


May these moments of quiet lead us to the heart of the season, which is


May we breathedeeply of peace in this quiet place, relax into its warmth,

know we are safe here, and let us open our hearts to the evening's story.

Like the wandering couple, may we find that our greatest trials issue forth

from our greatest joys.

Like the harried innkeeper, may we find ways to be of help to others.

Like the lumbering beasts, may we be silent witnesses to the unfathomable

glory of life.

Like the shepherds on the hill, may we know that we need never be afraid.

Like the journeying wise, may we always have the courage to follow our


Like the angels, may we cry peace to a troubled world.

Holy one, to these prayers for our own transformation we add our prayers for

all of those who suffer and grieve this evening. May they find comfort. And we

add our prayers for all those involved in war; may they be safe. And may this

season of peace and goodwill nudge our world towards its ideals, for then will

Christmas truly dawn.


About the Author

Christine C Robinson

Christine C Robinson

The Rev. Christine Robinson is senior minister of the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, New Mexico. She writes the blog "iMinister." Robinson delivered the 2008 Berry Street Essay, "Imagineering Soul," to the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association and speaks regularly at the UUA's General Assembly....

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