For All of Us

Hail Brave Hearts

The winter is upon us, glistening.  White snow falls softly, with blessings.  Good cheer awaits those joyful hearts, as the spirit moves us in generous ways.  A joyful time.

The quiet of wintertime soothes our souls.  The merriment of song, fills the world.  Hopeful and happy, like squirrels gathering nuts, we hurry and scurry to gather our collections.  Hoarding our gifts to bring delight, to those most dear to us, oh Holy Night.  Soon will be a gift of finery so rare, song and praises, fill the air.  Copy the moment, all of the delight, majesty, wonder, goodwill to us all.

Hopeful are we, of an expectation already granted, enchanting, adoring, love.

We decorate and adorn ourselves, to express the riches, of earthly gratitude and acceptance.   The skies are sparkling with brightness and fill the world with glittering light.  Wish upon these wondrous stars, the heavens bring glory to us.

Soon, in the quiet moments of the night, will a life of great joy, enter our world.  Inspiration, love, happiness and cheer.  Animals, softly speaking, reminding us, this is for all life.  All of the Earths creatures are adored and witness this special life.   Why such a lowly birth?  Surrounded by beasts who witness this life, humanity touches all of them.  Humanely treat these affectionate creatures, they too are part of the glorious host, invited to share as witnesses.

Not just angels, not just maji, not just shepherds and humans, but sheep, camels, donkeys and cows.  The Earth has so many creatures to care about.  They celebrate with us, oh mighty human, they belong to us, for us to care for, all throughout our lives.  This is the message as well.

Love each other all of your lives.  The animals were invited as well.  This is not an accident that the birth is so lowly, but divine intervention to show us the way.  How to treat the eternal wonder of the world.  The heavenly hosts sing in praises, the Earthly creatures welcome with gladness.  Song and joy fill the air. Humanity for us all.   All of creation is important and must be protected.  All welcome, to this glorious birth.  All are welcome to the joy and gladness, to share in the celebration of a gift of life to all life forms.  Precious and compassionate, humane and loving, all of the Earth sing with joy.

Joy to this Earth, to the great planet of creation.  Joy to the creatures who dwell upon it.  This is the holy time of sharing and caring.  This is the time of prayer and blessings.  Sing joyously all of you people.  A wonderful event is nearly here.  Dress up your fine table, pull out Christmas cheer, with delicacies reserved only for this time of year.  This is the coveted event that we wait for, to celebrate our Earthly delights gifted to us from the most high.

Joy to you, during this great holiday season.  Joy to you, all of your life.

Written by Dr.  Louise Hayes

November 23, 2018

This Darkest Day

This Darkest Day

 

Hail, oh you awesome ones.

The winter solstice is upon us, the shortest day of the year.  The longest night, the darkest day.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/sciencefair/2015/12/20/winter-solstice-first-day-of-winter/77667242/  The Winter Solstice

A multitude of shiny lights, shine a path of glittery colours as we walk through the town.  Christmas lights, Christmas joy, the night will fade and pass as we cover our homes with bright lights and dazzling displays of colour, to greet you.  The longest night becomes the most brilliant night as we pass along the streets, admiring the creativity and the view.

The sleepy Earth covers her head with a soft blanket of snow and we, on the surface rise to the grandeur of the holiday season.  It is with great joy, that we welcome this darkest night, and we sing the praises of the divine.  It is with great joy that we welcome this holiday season and sing the praises of the creator.  This most awesome dark night, this most awesome short day, will start a holiday time of peace, sharing and goodwill.  This most awesome winter solstice, will mark the start of a journey to celebration of joy most high.  The joy of the great divine.  The joy of song, of merriment, of laughter, of togetherness.

Hail, all you brave ones.  The journey to peace and happiness starts with your courage to pursue it, your unrelenting devotion to it. Hail all you brave ones, this shortest of days is a praiseworthy day.  A day to sing, to turn on the Christmas lights, to light the way for others.  This is the great, high holiday season, full of light, brightness and joy.  It starts with the shortest day, the longest night, the most dark and the most joyous, festive season.  This is a good day. No, a great day.  This day is a blessing to us.

Shine your lights, oh joyous merrimakers.  Sing and play and rejoice!  The holiday season is upon us. Fill your day with grateful praises, fill your lives with love and sharing, fill your homes with warmth and friendship.  These long, dark days of winter are a wonderful time of celebration.

Bright lights, sparking streets, festive  homes, good cheer, good will, joy!  This is the season of joy!

Snow, you dark and blizzardy sky, bring us the storms of winters night.  We step out into the cold and smile.  The winter.  A fabulously special time of year, with fun, celebration, holiday, good cheer and snow.

Inside each warm and comfortable home, stockings hang by the fire.  A tree is erected with lights and ornaments, bright and cheerful, festive and fun.   The home smells of baking and holiday making, the fire lights our path.  We sing with praises and gladness.  This dark, long night, gives us a great gift.  It gives us winter!  It starts with a holiday, so immense that the whole world sings.  It gives us praises to the great divine and praises to the one on high.  We, the world of mortal beings, rise in song and celebration.  Hail, you most brilliant being, light our world on this dark day and rise to sing and dance with us. For joy and celebration is upon us and we rejoice in it.  Blessed winter, blessed holiday, blessed  holy one.

Sing, all you wonderful ones, for on this short and dark day, we are given a gift of great tidings.  We are given a holiday, a celebration and a miracle.

written by Dr. Louise Hayes

December 21, 2015

The Nativity

The Nativity

Hail Bravehearts!

A brave new day is forming. A miracle, a birth, a wondrous child, a special gift. Heal oh wounded mortal human, heal and be cured. The world in solemn, pining lay, in wait of this great special day. A child of special thought and strength. A child of aptitudes uncommon. A child of serenity and grace.
Hail, oh mortal human, on this special day of caring, a day of gratitude, of humanity, of oneness, love and sharing. The gifts of giving to each other represent a caring for one another.
A child is born who is truly divine. A child who will sacrifice for all of us.
Brave new world, from darkness emerges a light of hope to fill your hearts. A light that shines in times of trouble, to fill your world with hope and fortitude. Shine, oh light of life and saving, light our ways, oh star of heaven.
And so the prophecy reveals a chapter of a story that unveils a truth of knowledge, wisdom and insight. Grant us the peace to follow the light. Shine on us, oh great wonder. Fill our lives with love and kindness.
From a low and meager stable comes a life of grand and glorious humanity. A philosophy, a religion, previously unheard of, that will change the lives of his followers forever.
Two thousand years and still the hearts of his followers beat in unison for the reserection of their lord.
Hear us, oh mighty savior as we sing songs of praises in your name. Hear us, we are your champions, and still your story unfolds.
Who is this person, so clever and daring, to fight the powers of oppression and slavery? Who is this person, so focused and persistent that he cannot be swayed by the lurking dangers of poverty and despair? Who is this person, who will rise to glory, will feed the hungry and cloth the naked? Who is this person, who walks among us and heals the sick, the wounded, the diseased? Who is this person who teaches kindness, caring, sharing and compassion? Who is this person? How do we call you?
In this time of worldly trouble, where evils stalk us and we dwell in peril, the light of life shines on.
A cure for wickedness, a cure for disease, a cure for starvation, a cure for poverty, a cure for plunder, a cure for strife, a cure for want, a cure for need, a cure for jealousy and a cure for greed.
Join together, oh great human minds. Come together to change the course of a history of war, to a planet of peace and sanity prevailing.
Rise to this day of holy wonder as we praise the birth of a child of grandeur. Great mind, great deeds, great strength and caring. A world of madness, with hope for a cure.
Save us! calls the throngs of thousands. Save us!
And so it comes to pass, on this day in wintertide, that a child is born, named Jesus, who is Christ the King.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meIDz98MFBs&spfreload=10 the Nativity Story

written By Dr. Louise Hayes
December 24, 2014

The Child

Greetings, may joy and gladness fill your hearts and may your mind be at peace.
Praises, for this day!
Praises for this day of blessing, where all of the world hears the name of the righteous one, the holy one, the blessed child. For unto us this day, a child is born who is Christ the Lord.
The world sings the song of gladness, praises to the almighty human, the moral man, the man cast in human cloth rising to fulfill a destiny of peace, love, humanity, nurture and care. A world without end, without war. A world with only wonder and awe, of inspiration and sharing. A world of peace.
Brilliant human, who hears the call to gracious living, hear the song. The song of peoples giving thanks, peoples praying for peace, peoples sharing the planet. The song of joy and love in your hearts. The song of an end to war, to poverty, to shame.
Hear us, moral human, as we rise to this day to celebrate the birth of the savior. This day of joy and peace, from a manger.
From a lowly birth rises a brilliant mind, an immense spirit, a blazing heart and a dauntless soul. The spirit will never die, the work will never end.
Joy to all of you on this blessed day. Peace always.

http://www.theprovince.com/news/Pope+Francis+cradles+baby+Jesus+statue+start+first+papal/9322749/story.html

written by Louise Hayes
December 25, 2013

The Nativity

Greetings almighty human
Praises for this day. This reverent day of journeys end, of humble beginnings and glorious living. A life comes to us tonight that surpasses the existence of common man, brilliant human, wise and wonderful. A lord of a different countenance, who’s work and life has reshaped the thinking of our minds, changed our perspective and granted peace and prosperity to the loyal.
A humble beginning, not from riches, but from a quiet shelter from the elements, a shelter of a poor domicile, a poor beginning but to a world without end.
Praises almighty human, the world ushers in the untimely philosophy of deity. A philosophy of kindness, giving, appreciation, peace and love. A philosophy of heart, mind and soul. Brilliant creator, to entrust to us the life and mortal flesh of the immortal savior.
The mighty have called their champion. The impoverished have lifted their spirits. The common man rejoices. Hail, almighty ones. This evening brings us the new beginning, the time has changed, the world will sing with gladness.
Praises to the savior, all the world, the heavens and the earth will be forever changed and be filled with awe and wonder.
Blessings to you, great human. The stars in the sky shine for the blessed one, the heralds of choir sing to the glory. A child! A child is born. But such a child as the world has never seen. A child of purpose, of wisdom, of grace.

Hail to you, almighty human, for the life of wonder and awe, of restoration and recreation. Gladness, peace and prosperity to you all.