What is a fulfilling holiday?
Is there a best way to celebrate holidays and experience their positive impact on our lives? How much tradition, how much innovation, how much renewal of bonds with family, friends, and community?
I have made it a point every year to not got and buy a Christmas tree we have always made it. I feel it's too easy to go out and buy one and throw it up therefore my children get a learning experience to always appreciate the things are us.
Just spending the holidays with your friends & family are fulfilling enough for me. Keep on hubbing
Christmas, because we get to celebrate the birth of our savior Jesus Christ. Even though we should celebrate this everyday.
by Daisy Mariposa5 years ago
If you don't celebrate Christmas as a religious holiday, how do you usually spend December 25th?Do you celebrate the day as a secular holiday? Is December 25th just another day of the week for you?
by Peeples2 years ago
Why do YOU celebrate Thanksgiving?Seems like a pointless day. Have holidays just become about food and gathering? If so aren't those things we should and can be doing year round?
by M. T. Dremer4 years ago
Is it offensive for an atheist to celebrate Christmas?It's been stated that Dec. 25th is not actually the day Jesus was born and this date, along with a number of familiar Christmas traditions, were assimilated from...
by Christina5 years ago
Why do you celebrate Christmas?I have noticed that the stores are stocking up on Christmas goodies. Tis the season to start seriously thinking about money, and debt and presents right? Do you feel obligated to give...
by iloveglee836 years ago
What is your favorite holiday and why?With the holiday season coming around I figured lets find out more about our fellow hubber. My favorite holiday is Yule (Christmas), I don't care about the presents what I...
by nmdonders5 years ago
Do you celebrate Christmas, a different holiday, or just do nothing?
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