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Loving relationships and human connections nourish the spirit. This Christmas, I hope you cherish your elders by giving them the gift of time. But don’t stop there though. Look around you and see who among your family members and friends need your presence in their lives. If it is within your power to do so, go visit and spoil them by doing active listening. You may probably find that you are receiving more than you’re giving.

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The Gift of Time

A friend of mine posted this in her Facebook timeline a few days ago.

It is important to remember that not everyone is looking forward to Christmas. Some people are not surrounded by large wonderful families. Some of us have problems during the holidays and are overcome with great sadness when we remember the loved ones who are not with us.
For many it is their first Christmas without a particular loved one and many others lost loved ones at Christmas. And, many people have no one to spend these times with and are besieged by loneliness…

Cherish Your Elders Every Day of the Year

A recent research study on the Philippine population showed that 73% of the population is between 0 to 29 years old. This makes us a nation made up of mostly young people.

Millennials, this is an invitation to you to share your time and energy with those who have nourished you during your lifetime, and those who need your youthful energy. It’s time to give them your loving attention.

More Christmas Videos

Here are Oliver’s Christmas videos:
Refresh Those Good Old Christmas Memories
Send Handwritten Letters to Your Nearest and Dearest
Give Personalized Gifts Made by You to Your Best Friends
Cherish Your Elders Every Day of the Year

Visit our archives to watch more Christmas videos. There are lots of lovely ideas that will make you feel good. Promise.

Reach out and touch someone today with your loving presence.

Special thanks to Mandaue Foam for allowing us to shoot in their studio and to use their furniture.

Annie H Adlawan
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Annie is an unrepentant workaholic, who runs this blog and her own company Talking Lions. She thrives on collaborating with people who are good at what they do, and working together with them to create something special.

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