Bringing joy back into your holidays
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for some of us. But for many of us, the hustle and bustle can make the holidays more draining than fulfilling.
However, this season, we’re determined to bring the joy back in place of overpriced gifts, to replace complicated family dynamics with grace, and to trade loneliness for togetherness.
Do you want to join us? It starts with taking Moments of Mercy.
What is a Moment of Mercy?
Since you’re reading this blog, you’ve likely seen the word mercy, at least in our brand name. But reading the actual definition of mercy was enough to make us stop in our tracks.
Mercy is defined as showing compassion or forgiveness toward someone whom it’s within your power to punish.
Taking a moment of mercy is taking a moment to slow down and find joy, gratitude and express kindness to others. You can capture that feeling many ways. Whether you prefer to read a spiritual reflection, buy coffee for a stranger, or call a distant loved one, we’re committed to helping you make the moment happen.
That’s why we’re launching Moments of Mercy — a holiday campaign that’s not about getting you to buy something, but getting you to do something. Moments of Mercy is a challenge to tap into the true meaning of the holidays, instead of getting lost in the commercialization of the season.
How to Share Mercy this Holiday Season
When you sign up for Moments of Mercy, we’ll send you a few emails each week that remind you to press pause on the chaos and take a moment to slow down. We might send you a challenge to go out into the world and do something kind, or it could be a challenge to simply shift your internal mindset. Showing mercy isn’t always about doing things for others. It’s just as important to show mercy to ourselves.
If you’re ready to commit to limiting stress this season, we hope you’ll join the Moments of Mercy movement by signing up via the form below. You can also hop in the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #MomentsofMercy, and by checking the blog for new, inspirational stories every Tuesday and Thursday.
We believe that small acts of mercy can do more than calm the hustle and bustle of the holidays — we believe they can change the world. Let’s do this together. #MomentsofMercy