Christmas wishes

In which I find a mysterious lamp.

The genie from Aladdin

Merry Christmas everyone, a quick little merriment from Casa-G before bedtime.

Three little wishes, not that I have the magic to grant them and even if I could I have issues over the fulfilment of our deepest desire without the pleasure of achieving them (but that doesn’t seem like a Newtonmas kind of post).

So to begin, my first wish…

I wish for those who feel alone this time of year to find someone, it doesn’t have to be a person for keeps but at the least another person to talk to. I’ve seen numerous stories recently about open homes and open hearts that reach out and invite strangers into their homes. Even when times seem dark all you need is that speck of light to move to.

I wish for all those who have lost hope to find some, again it doesn’t have to be full on Ride of the Rohirrim but even the smallest of us can make a big impact. We may look at the world and it may frighten us, but when you look at history humanity has done terrible things throughout it’s past but we have always changed. I hope it changes for you if you need it.

For my last wish I wish to all those who don’t need my last two wishes to never have to need them, and to look out for those that do. I’m not saying we all need to be crusaders for justice and charity, but if you are able to then make the difference for one person and they can then help someone else. If one person was to help someone else, then the next day they both helped another, and so on…then in just over a month we could help everyone.

Most of all though I wish you all a happy day, whether the 25th has a special meaning or not.

Remember those lovely genies who grant wishes? Well, you’re one and you’ve just been emancipated from your restrictive lamp. You can give your three wishes to whomever you want. Who do you give your three wishes to, and why?

Source: Generous Genies

Author: geekergosum

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