Tonight in our home, as in many many others’, Santa is finally coming.
My children have carefully written their Christmas wishes and they have hung them to the Tree. They have then discovered, some days ago, that their dear Santa has come to pick them up…
We parents, as usual, didn’t write him anything.
We surely feel certain Santa knows clearly which our wishes are.
As every parent around the world, we ask Santa (or Jesus, or who/what you prefer) the same thing every year: we wish our children to be well and to be “outrageosly happy”.
That’s what I wish for you too and, most of all, for your beloved children.
I leave you with a well known Buddhist blessing, that we use to tell our children during bedtime:
“May you be well.
May you be happy.
May you be free from suffering.”