Twenty-six Lights

Fire and candlelight have sustained and accompanied human beings for over 200,000 years. Light warms us, helps us feel safe, gives us hope, and brings a sense of the sacred. The light of twenty precious children and six caring adults shall not be extinguished. Their flame of courage and love can fuel our collective will to insist on ways to protect and safeguard our children, citizens and our communities. In most of the world’s religions, candlelight represents enlightenment and the miracle of life. Let us be courageous and creative in remembering these sacred souls. While in San Diego, my sister and I bought twenty-six toys and took them to the Fire Station for donation to Toys For Tots. Ann Curry http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/12/18/15999109-if-you-do-good-youll-feel-good-ann-curry-explains-origins-of-26acts-of-kindness?lite suggests doing 26 Random Acts of Kindness. Check in and see how amazingly creative people are being! What action can you take during this season of light to honor twenty-six angels?

 

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that.” Martin Luther King Jr.

 

 

 

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About Dr.Gail Carr Feldman

Dr. Gail Feldman, longtime psychologist, former assistant psychiatry professor, and award-winning author, has published six books, appeared on radio and television programs across the country, including Larry King Live, and has spoken internationally on creativity, resilience and the heroine’s journey. Her current passion is facilitating transformation through the Midlife Crash Course.
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