Epiphany, January 6, celebrates the day that three Magi from the East visited the infant Jesus. It also marks the end of the Yuletide season. For that reason, it is customary to take down the Christmas decorations on Epiphany eve, also known as “Twelfth Night.”
Yet, there is much more to Epiphany; it actually serves as a viable lesson to all of us.
Just like the three Magi followed a star to reach their destination, Epiphany reminds us to follow our own stars to reach our destinies, our goals, and our dreams.
Perhaps, by following our stars and working toward our dreams, we shall achieve our goals and fulfill our destinies.
Epiphany reminds us that our dreams can become our realities.
John Di Genio