We come back to a few things each Christmas here at The Signal Watch.
Many years ago now, NathanC shared with us the incredible video of the Apollo 8 Astronauts reading from the book of Genesis from the moon on Christmas Eve, 1968.
Once again, we share this with you.
And, of course, images from the Alex Ross/ Paul Dini collaboration, Superman: Peace on Earth.
May you find warmth in this cold season however you seek it, be it among family, friends, in solitude or on the dark side of the moon in a tin capsule, looking back at our lonely orb, bright against the void.
Close another chapter. Be grateful for everything the year gave you, and take a moment for what it took from you.
Having grown up Lutheran, I think of this as a night of anticipation, not just for the presents under the tree and the turkey that was showing up during tomorrow's celebration, but it has always been a night when we took a beat and a breath and in the tradition with which I was raised, the next day's delivery was about a better tomorrow for all of us, if we chose it.
Whether you're Lutheran, or Catholic or Zen Buddhist or Atheist, maybe we can choose a better tomorrow. I know what that future looks like to me, and it's what I hope for every Christmas Eve, and every New Year's Eve.
May your Spaceman Christmas be a merry one. We wish you a peaceful Christmas Eve, wherever you are on The Good Earth.
And the only post-Bing Crosby Christmas song that should be in everyone's Holiday rotation, Ms. Darlene Love.