In the dark Nordic nights we sing about the star, leading us the Bethlehem. The star has become an important symbol and also a reality in our Advent celebration.
We call it a leading star.
We all try to be followers of that very star.
Our Bethlehem star was given me by best friend Turid 20 years ago. I was "attacked" by the ME December forth. Turid came up and saw to me.
She also noticed I had not hung any lights or star in our windows.
Serina must have have a Bethlehem star, you know. She instructed me. (Serina was but eight months old).My friend made me forget my misery and focus on the important.
At my birthplace was this huge Union Carbide melting factory the main industry. The workers had a rough and to times brutal place of earning their daily bread. Every year some would risk life and limbs and enter the top of the high Gentry crane, walk on the icy, slippery steel bars to decorate a Christmas tree.
It would enlighten the small town, symbol of hope and also courage .
our old star reflects in every window in the living room.
Norway's princess Martha singing about the star shining in Bethlehem this magic night of Jesu' birth.