Do not tell me I can not say "Merry Christmas!"


I am a Christian. I believe in Christ, not because I have the proof that Christ is the son of God, but because I want to believe. I believe that the teachings attributed to Christ, if all followed to the best of their abilities, would make a much better world. I also think that this country, the United States of America, is the largest country in the world and that this is partly what he tried to found his morals and morals on ethics Christian. I am not, however, a Christian Bible, a Christian evangelist or even a regular church that goes Christian. I do not try to convert the world or even my neighbors to Christianity. I do not care if someone is Christian, Jewish, Muslim, atheist, etc. as long as the person is a good person and cares about others.

Do not tell me that I can not celebrate Christmas, do not tell me that I can not say merry Christmas, do not tell me that the Christmas tree is a "holiday tree", do not tell me not that December 25th is not more Christmas day but is now a holiday without a name, do not tell me that if I say merry Christmas other people will be insulted, do not tell me that my children can not have a Christmas pagent at school because other children may feel insulted or left out (The school is not and can not always be inclusive for any the world, otherwise there would be no chess club because not all children play chess, not all sports, no acting club, no memorial day because all the children do not want to honor our fallen soldiers, not every day to honor the unions, not Thanksgiving because not all children t not honor this co untry, etc.). This is not a country of worker bees or ants, we are a country of individuals of different origins and beliefs. The majority of the inhabitants of this country are, however, Christians and the majority of the inhabitants of this country please you or do not celebrate Christmas.

According to the United States Government, under section 5-6103 of the United States Code, December 25 is a holiday and the holiday is called Christmas. Most states also denote December 25 as "Christmas". We all know that Christ was not born on December 25, but that is the date that the government and the majority of Christian churches chose to use. Also, not everyone who celebrates Christmas believes in Christ, many celebrate it as a Christmas day. I went to many Christmas parties where many guests were not Christians. No one has ever called them holidays and as far as I know, no one has ever been upset that the holiday called it a Christmas party.

I am not insulted if someone wishes me a happy Chanukah or a happy Kwanza, so why should anyone be insulted if I say merry Christmas? It seems to me that the only people who complain about Christmas are some atheists and the people who called them "political police of righteousness". Good. in this country you have the right to say what you think, but please stop trying to force your way of thinking about others. Leave us alone. Get your own vacation, leave us ours.

I celebrate Christmas and I would probably celebrate Christmas even if I did not believe in Christ. After all, this is a wonderful holiday, he wants peace on earth and goodwill towards all humanity (what other holidays do it well). If you're so unsure about your religion or your lack of religion that you feel threatened by my Christmas celebration, I'm sorry for you. I would also tell you to go jump from a very high bridge into very deep waters (sorry, but I told you that I was not really good Christian.) If you do not want to celebrate Christmas , do not do it, we who do not want we can not.

Finally, leave our schools alone.If you do not want your children to participate in a Christmas tree, then tell them not to participate When I was in elementary school, I was atheist and no one ever laughed at me because I did not believe in Christ and I never felt left out. not participating in a Christmas play., even though I was an atheist, I still believed, at least for a while, at Santa Claus, I still loved to receive Christmas presents, j 's. always loved to listen to Christmas singers and I still thought that a lit Christmas tree was beautiful. Christmas time was the best time of the year and I was happy o say Merry Christmas. However, I may not be as insecular or as intolerant as you.

By the way, even though I was an atheist, my family was Protestant and even though they were Protestants, we belonged to the local Jewish community center and none of us ever felt excluded when most of them were celebrating the Jews. holidays. In fact, it was during those years that I developed my great respect for the Jewish people and their religious laws.

Merry Christmas to you all and Happy New Year !!!


Source by David Hallstrom

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