It’s Christmas time with joy and cheer
The day to celebrate the birth of Christ is near
Good tidings, Christmas carols, people scurrying all around
Let’s spread the good news of the Child born in Bethlehem
Noise throughout the homes with laughter that sings
Families gathering all around, giving gifts for the newborn King
This world is in chaos and turmoil and suffering
So many people lost, confused and in need of some mothering
Who is the blame for all the mess in this world?
Too many issues to deal with and all created by us all
Inflation, jobs lost, people walking around waiting on Uncle Sam’s call
There are many today, fighting for our country. They are missing their family and perhaps some good food
It’s hard to be cheerful and in a good mood
We have a choice of what we do in our life
We don’t need the biggest house with the brightest light
We can do something to help out each community
Try allowing postage to be free for the local
Lend an hear to one trying to make a difference so loud and vocal
It’s our fault the world is what it has become
We tear down each other’s culture thinking we are better and others are bums
Ignorance is contagious to say the least; if only we’d take the time out to learn about each other and sit down at the same table for a Holiday feast.
Let’s come together and put our differences to rest
Let’s look around and spread good cheer and be blessed
It’s ok to be the people we are
Let’s go outside and look to the heavens and follow the brightest star!
Acceptance is the hardest when there are so many cultures
We need to stop gossiping, hating and swarming around lives like vultures
We are not perfect, only perfect intentions
So many challenges, awareness, all not harmful I might mention
Please let’s stop all the fuss and fights, let’s lay down our troubles and all the hate and come together as a
whole, I’m telling you, it’s not too late!
A smile is universal it knows no age, race, origin or creed
Things have gotten out of hand because of all the greed
I care about you no matter who you are and where you live
It’s because Jesus died for me; my love I give.