What would Christmas be without the Christmas Trees, Gifts and Decorations?
Is it far-fetched to have a Christmas void of all that's mentioned above. Will it still be a 'Merry Christmas" if all you get is 'just time with families and loved one'?
Christmas is not the trees, gifts, decorations or anything else. Christmas is a time to join together with family and/or friends to celebrate the birth of Christ and be grateful that we could get together one more year in celebration of the time of year and our love for each other.
A time for great and fantastic food, and a chance to spend time with my husband. I'd leave the family out if there were no decorations and gifts. Just relaxation time, a nice warm fire, and plenty of movies to watch.
I still celebrate Christmas, even without the decor. And it's even true with an elder I love about to reunite with Jesus. I would like to commemorate the day of His birth and that's what matters the most!
Simply Beautiful. Pack everyone up and head to the snow. There are many trees there. There are many gifts from the land and mountains, and what color from the blue sky.
Happy Holidays and dress warmly...
That depends on why you celebrate Christmas.
From a Christian perspective Christmas is about celebrating Jesus dying for our sins and rising from the dead and giving us a new life.
So, yes from that perspective with or without presents , trees and decorations, the day is worth celebrating, even if you have no tangible thing to show for it.
Being alive, and having your loved ones are surely worthy of celebrations, don't you think?
I like the trimmings and the decorations at Christmas. But I think the real meaning of Christmas is to have a big and love filled heart and to pray for people with a big open heart at Christmas.
by Julianna 9 years ago
With respect to both my believer and non-believer friends I am just curious if Christmas is celebrated in the same way with Christmas trees and gift giving etc. The purpose is not to argue and fight on this thread but to respond positively to each other without irritating one another , can this be...
by Christina 6 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 gifts? Are you stressing or celebrating around Christmas time?
by Daisy Mariposa 5 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 Christa Swope 3 years ago
How can we celebrate Christmas without all the pagan traditions?
by june of ages 4 years ago
Do you celebrate a Santa-Christmas or a Jesus-Christmas?Can anyone really say they celebrate both types?
by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
What would you change about the Christmas holiday if you could?
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