I confess I haven’t felt the Christmas spirit in a while.
I don’t know. Other situations seem to be more powerful than taking the time to feel that spirit.
This year, the season is different.
It’s probably the first time that I’m excited about Christmas because I feel I’m part of new traditions.
I confirmed that at the Zoolights in the Calgary Zoo. I’m so grateful for being able to perceive all these new vibes in the air.
I’m loving every second of it.
Running after you
A couple of weeks back I visited the Calgary Zoo at night to enjoy Illuminasia, a lantern & garden festival presented by Sinopec Canada.
I was deeply impressed.
The concept captured cultural aspects of China, Japan and India through food, garden and art. All at night.
One would think that a zoo has a fixed schedule, and that there’s nothing to do at it after 8 pm.
That’s not the case here, and that’s fantastic.
I learned two lessons from that experience:
- Culture can be transmitted through creativity at a zoo. It’s not an exclusive thing from libraries or museums.
- Art is a way of expressing knowledge.
I love you, Calgary Zoo.