Do children on these days still believe in fairy tales? How about SAnta in the North Pole?
As long as parents continue to lie to their children about these things they will believe. But don't forget to tell your child to never lie to you. At about 12 years old they discover you were the one lying to them.
by Team Wiseman 5 months ago
Why do so many people choose to lie to their children about Santa?This is where "Christians" and the rest of the population are similar, they all lie to their children about Santa and that seems dangerous! Jesus Christ hates lies, so why do people do it on His so-called birthday?
by ViralWhisper 7 years ago
As adults, we have an obligation to start teaching our children the very essence and real spirit of Christmas. I know that as a kid, most of us were conditioned to believe that Christmas is all about Santa Claus and material gifts. It is the birth of Jesus Christ that must be truly remembered and...
by ElSeductor 22 months ago
The reality is that we are alone in this eternal, dark, and cold universe. Why can't we accept this reality? Death is the end. There is no heaven, and there is no hell. We do not need religion in order to have a purpose in life. The purpose is to survive and not harm...
by Virginia Kearney 5 years ago
What do you tell your children about Santa?We decided not to "do" Santa at our house. We thought this was a simple decision to not pretend in someone who is not real, but sometimes it has landed us in hot water with friends. I was even interviewed by our local paper...
by Steven Escareno 4 years ago
Why do we lie to our kids about santa, the easter bunny and etc?Why do we always lie to kids about the existence of santa clause, the easter bunny, the tooth fairy and etc? What's the point of it? Why not simply tell your kids the truth that santa isn't real? Why the illusion?
by Patricia Scott 4 years ago
Is it okay to tell children there is Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the Easter Bunny?Share your thoughts please.
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