Wrapping The World in Light

by Maria Theresa Maggi on December 21, 2016

Globe Wrapped In Light by Maria Theresa Maggi

Happy Solstice Dear Readers! I have performed a little pastel magic to wrap our beautiful blue ball of earth in light. Wherever you live on it, we are all on a threshold through the longest night, or reveling in the longest day. It seems to me to hold such opposites in our hearts is exactly what we need to heal. It’s sometimes hard to hold the spectrum of a polarity, but may love give us courage, and light our way into the new year.

I ask that you join me in remembering to look up, and in shining your own light through the darkness wherever it is most needed. Here are some sketches of what I’ve seen recently when I remember to look up.

full-moon-from-the-front-steps-by-mtm

orion-by-mtm

 

And here is a little light that helps me remember to keep shining mine.

birds-in-flight-on-candlelight

One last thing: I hope to be silly as often as it visits me. It used to mean to be “blessed,” and in my opinion it still does.

Happy Holidays!

 

Maria (moonwatcher)

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1 Veronica December 22, 2016 at 3:23 pm

Lovely sketches, Maria! Happy Solstice to you, too, and I’ll try to remember to keep looking up. 🙂 xoxo

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2 Maria Theresa Maggi December 22, 2016 at 8:01 pm

Thanks, Veronica!! xoxo

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3 Kathleen December 23, 2016 at 9:42 am

I don’t always take the time to read your posts, but so glad I did this one. Your words, with the beautiful images are so encouraging. Wish you could send this out to everyone on the planet! Thank you so much, and may the New Year bring us all more wisdom and light.

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4 Maria Theresa Maggi December 23, 2016 at 9:52 am

Thank you so much, Kathleen! Let’s just see it going out to everyone on the planet–what a lovely thought!

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5 Peggy Bean December 24, 2016 at 9:53 am

Happy Solstice to you, Dear Maria! You have brought much light into my life since I “discovered” your blog! Now is the time to let our love shine everywhere – like the Youngbloods sing “Come on people, smile on your brother everybody get together try to love one another right now…..right now…right now…..!

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6 Gena December 25, 2016 at 6:36 pm

Happy Holidays, dearest Maria. I look forward to catching up on your latest blog posts as a part of my celebration of the 12 days of Christmas, and this lovely post — with that oh-so-familiar and uplifting image! — is a happy place to start. Here’s to new a year bathed in blessings and silliness both,

G xoxo

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