The Picture of CHRISTmas

The picture of Christmas Carol is good, but it is not.
The picture of Simbang Gabi is good, but it is not.
The picture of puto bumbong and bibingka is good, but it is not.
The picture of Christmas Party is good, but it is not.
Thepicture of exchange gift and games is good, but it is not.
The picture of Ninong and Ninang is good, but it is not.
The picture of so-called “pamasko” is good, but it is not.
The picture of gift-giving is good, but it is not.
The picture of Noche Buena is good, but it is not.

I believe that every picture I’ve mention above is good, but it is not. It is not the only pictures of Christmas.

The picture of Christmas is more than a song, more than food, more than goods, and more than the looks (event). The picture of Christmas was, is, and will always be a picture of a baby born in a manger. No filter. No edit. No makeup. No ready-say-cheese signal. No oppa or heart heart pose. Not even having my signature pose. No take two, three or four. It is rather a pure shot that shows the best picture of all.

As we take a lot of pictures this Christmas, may we not missed to take the most important and the best and real picture of this season, the picture that can never be captured by the lens but only by our hearts, the picture of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. ❤

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Merry CHRISTmas, everyone! 🙂

With Love,

Ayen ❤

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