5 thoughts on “The Best Holidays Yet

  1. Cheryl,
    You bring such profound truth and wisdom. I may not remember a certain toy or other tangible present, but the memories surrounding the present bring meaning into my life. Connections with those who matter to me, who bring joy into my life – that is a year-long gift. You mentioned the gift of listening. What a different world we would live in, if we would learn to actively and sincerely listen to others. Beyond the weather, and our favorite sport teams, ask questions that matter. Hug often. Laugh with liberty. Learn to serve without seeking return. Embrace an attitude of gratitude. These will make this the best holiday season yet. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Craig, for taking the concepts presented in the video, and moving them forward! I promise to take on your recommended practices of “Ask questions that matter. Hug often. Laugh with liberty. Learn to serve without seeking return” not only with my family, but with others that I encounter. What a roadmap for fulfillment and extraordinary relationships you’ve created! Thank you!

  2. Cheryl,
    YOU are such a gift. Thank you for sharing from your generous spirit and wisdom.
    And reminding us that the greatest gift of all is presence. Not the kind that we
    buy in stores. The kind we give with our hearts.
    Wishing you happy holidays and every days.
    Wendi

    1. Thank you, Wendi! I’m so happy the video served as a reminder to you. It’s true; the gifts given with the heart are irreplaceable. Thank you for bringing your lovely presence, and thank you for the contribution.
      The happiest of holidays to you and yours,
      Cheryl

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