The Stone family and their relationship partners gather for Christmas and experience a profound undoing of pride and an opening of the heart.

To the family, Everett’s partner Meredith seems difficult and uptight, and they don’t understand why Everett is with her. They have no idea that her deep call for love and acceptance is his own. Only in laying aside judgment and bringing the stranger in can they open up to receiving the gift that Meredith brings. Through a series of incidents where it seems that everything is going wrong, a deep healing occurs. When the pressure of trying to be perfect finally cracks, what is underneath is allowed up for healing, and Meredith’s natural light can finally shine through.

The Spirit is in charge of a truly miraculous plan for our happiness, and when we let go of control and allow the plan to be revealed, we can enjoy the ride. Love is recognized only through non-judgment and complete acceptance. Who we are is already perfect.


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David Hoffmeister

Modern-day mystic, author, and a living demonstration of A Course in Miracles.


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