This is the season of presents. There is a lot of options you can choose from to make a present. But how do you choose or buy your presents?
You can, for example, buy something you want the other person to have; something you think will be great.
You can also think about what the other person needs or try to remember if there is something he or she have been looking for but could not find, accept it as a mission and find it for them. This would be double present, a guaranteed success!
There is other ways to find presents. I like when the presents just come by themselves. That’s a blessed occasion when life flows like a cool breeze and you go just walking and then of a sudden you see something perfect to give as the perfect present, like a book, a CD, an ornament, a pillow with their favorite character, any thing.
Anyway, I think the most important thing is to give something that will make both the receiver and the giver happy. Presents are incarnations of what does one person mean to the other. I’ll never forget how Jack Skellington describes a present:
This is a thing called a present. The whole thing starts with a box…
Good luck with your choices!