You can't steal Christmas. It is a fool's errand. People who want to spoil it for others are sad excuses for human beings. People shouldn't ruin Chanukah, Eid, Easter, Chinese New Year, or any other holiday either. if people consulted a calendar of world religious observances they would realize that we all have to be on our best behavior 365 days a year. It is always a holiday (holy day) for someone.
Grinch must be a lonely person, he must had a sad, troubled family background, so he created nonsense to make everyone not happy on christmas day
You mean Christians, right?
After all, it was that religion that stole most of our modern traditions from pagan festivals anyhow.
Atheists and any other group of people who claim they are offended by it.
I'm pretty sure "Grinches" are imaginary beings created by literary geniuses like Dickens and Dr. Seus to entertain children and grown ups alike. A Grinch is really funny and lovable in their own grumpy ways.
They TRY to steal the Joy of Christmas, but they wind up failing. The best part is that Grinches always learn a special lesson........I think they serve a purpose and are really harmless.
The Grinch appeared evil and as despicable as could be
His soul smelled like a pile of rotting debris.
Some say that inside he had nada, zilch, zip
He tied his dog to the sleigh and hit him with a whip.
So one must surmise the he was full of no good
but the true meaning of the story is oft misunderstood.
The mean nasty guy behind all the green skin
deep down inside has something within.
So all of us are capable of something quite great.
We can give to the world something ornate.
If after all the Grinch is not a bad guy.
What does that say for you, they or I?
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