Instead of talking about how much I love my favorite holiday, I want to touch bases with you for a few minutes about the Christmas colors.

In most parts of the world, red means stop and green means go. Red screams danger and do-not-do-this. If you’re an avid shopper, red can also means sale or clearance… but I digress. *lol*

But what about yellow? The crayon color we often used to indicate stars is also an indicator for caution. As for red and green, we usually know what to stop and start, but the cautionary behavior is usually where we stumble. It’s th in-between that gets us in trouble. Should we really stop smoking? Do we really need to change directions and start a new career? The yellow light can be confusing and drenched in anxiety. Should I stop or should I keep going? That’s where you have to make the call. Before the year ends, I encourage you to assess those yellow areas in your life. Pray for direction and clarity, and in addition to the God’s guidance, do the research about that new city. Observe that love interest’s behavior. Note your productivity and growth around your friends. The decision may be easier to make than you think.

We have only a few seconds to decide whether to apply the brakes or accelerate the vehicle when that yellow light appears. What a blessing it is that we have a little longer than that on our life choices. Take advantage of the stretch of time. Take advantage of that prayer opportunity. Take advantage of the moment to recalibrate your mind, body, and spirit. Who knows what goodness will await you on the other side of that light?

I love you and Merry Christmas. Peace and Blessings to you, Sweetheart.