ladyofthemoor (ladyofthemoor) wrote,

Christmas Card

One of the most lovely cards for Christmas we have received this year was a photo from a bird in a basket. 


On the backside the people who sent the card told that on a rainy Sunday this bird had flown against a windowpane and had been wounded. They had had a little time to nurse it back and to their suprise after some hours it had flown away. The anecdote ended by wishing us a good 2008.
It was the attention for what is weak, ill and vulnerable, seeing that as the message of Christmas and as the wish for the New Year, what took me in for this card.
I almost never meet the people who sent it, but on the day before Christmas I passed them by bike doing my last Christmas shopping half an hour before the shops closed, and I could thank them for it.     
Tags: christmas

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