Often, the miraculous and the magnificent gets cloaked in the commonplace. God as a baby lying in a manger was the greatest example of this, but this happens regularly in our daily lives. That which seems to be common if often quite miraculous and if we have eyes to see and celebrate the wonderful wrapped in the common, our hearts will stay alive. During this season, we celebrate not who Jesus was, but who He is right now - with us, for us, in us. He’s alive and actively engaged in our daily lives.