Why should you have a Christmas Tree?
Do you really need a Christmas Tree? What is the origin of the Christmas Tree?
I have one cause I love them! I actually do not know the origin, I really just wanted to say that your profile pic is awesome, and that is the cutest cat face ever!
You enjoy owning a tree, and thus, you should buy a tree that you feel has no associations of a religious nature but is rather just a tree.
Many may have thought in the past that it has to be a Christmust tree!
Christmas trees represent the everlasting cycles of life, and depending on your personal belief system, rebirth or Jesus.
It is an evergreen tree, and that fact is very pertinent. The act of bringing an evergreen into your home invited everlasting life, whether in this world or the next. It was a continuance of life, of family lines and ties.
It is a tradition in my family :
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by Phyllis Doyle Burns 3 years ago
When do you take your Christmas tree down?My mother always took the tree down on January 7, the day after Epiphany, the Three Kings Day.Image source: Phyllis Doyle
by Sturgeonl 5 years ago
Artificial or real Christmas tree...what is your preference and why?
by elisabethkcmo 9 years ago
some people put it up right after Thanksgiving, some wait until closer to Christmas..
by Jamie Jensen 3 years ago
Do you have a Christmas tree?Do you get a Real one or Artificial one and why?
by Stacie L 7 years ago
So how long do you keep the tree and decorations up?A fake tree can stay a little longer but real ones must go as soon as the needles fall of..right? LOL
by letscithappen 6 years ago
What do you put on the top of your christmas tree?
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