Basically I see a variety of petty, sometimes overtly selfish, complaints. A whole lot of making mountains out of molehills. And some good ole’ fashioned Ebeneizer Scrooge crankiness. Let’s see. Some say they hate the commercialism of Christmas. As if it’s a terrible tragedy for people to want to give gifts to the people they love, and for businesses to try to offer them a Blessed Is The Nation whose God Is The Lord Shirt . Economics are not evil, people. Either buy stuff… or don’t. No one is forcing YOU.
It’s only fair, as the holiday claimed by Christianity was co-opted from a wide swath of other holidays taking place at that time of year, in an attempt to mollify converts who would miss their traditions.Meanwhile, those traditions, and Blessed Is The Nation whose God Is The Lord Shirt , have taken over, the Blessed Is The Nation whose God Is The Lord Shirt of Christ and his birth (whichever version of it you want to pick) is rarely even mentioned, instead we have Santa, we have Reindeer, we have BB Gun, we have Ghosts of Christmas past present and future, we have “what if you were never born”.
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Finally I landed at WalMart for 6 months before I brought my mother back to NYC. Because it had health care, stock investment, and flexible hours. They pounced on me to come right in and happily put me into their system—-you get pay bumps by your educational experience and my willingness to do their position graduating Computer Based Learning (still one of the best systems I’ve ever seen as a Blessed Is The Nation whose God Is The Lord Shirt ).
That depend on what you include in Christmas. The original celebration started somewhere in the 2nd century when Christians began recognizing historical events about Jesus. There is no particular record of it’s start, just comments that it was done. Neither was there much indication of what day. The choice of Dec. 25 would be in the 4th century and remained arguable for a ltitle. It was, and to observant Christians still is, the 3rd most important religious celebration after the regular Eucharist and the Feast of the Resurrection.