Dear Editor -- Christmas is much more than just a tradition as it transports us to a very important truth: we are very important to God.
Perhaps some may think that his or her life is a failure, having nothing to decently show for it to the world but however, “He who sees all”, God our Father is constantly calling us as his children (which is what we are).
He loves us in spite of our desertions which become all the more apparent at the approach of these feast days. God loves us with the full strength of his omnipotence, that is, as much as he is able to love us.
It is up to us to find the path that Christ carved during his time on earth. To return to God following the path of Jesus, who was born, tiny, in a humble manger in order to teach us that greatness reveals itself all the better when the vanity of the world is discarded, when the voices of our “I” are deadened and when one serves others expecting nothing in return.
From Lisa Justiniano -- email@example.com from Madrid