Happy Holidays to you and yours. Rather no! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. At Versuasions we have no interest in removing Christmas from our dialog because of the views of many. Tough love? Maybe so. The face of Christmas no doubt has religious tones but to the liking of Versuasions this occasion has more to do about a yearly gathering. Christmas lies on the 25th of December. And we can give you 25 reason why to encourage this day without endorsing or neglecting religious views. But we won’t!
Offering no apology forget about religion for a moment! The 25th of December is and will be part holiday, part festival and part event. The 3/4 of a whole.
Incredible means to celebrate.
A time to giving, sharing communicating about the years experience and the New Years hopes and aspirations.
Christmas hand delivers extraordinary neutrality.
There’s personal testimony witnessed during this festive time. In the homes of those who celebrate remembrance of the past and the “occupied present” culminates and cultivates the desire to ” do it again next year” but bigger. Why? We feel because an observing future undeterred collectively leaving behind burdensome stress replaced by laughter and tears is the greatest love of all. If not for love what cannot be denied is joy somewhere exists. How can we not say Merry Christmas if not for it’s gathering? Remember with objective bifocals on. Christmas is Mothers, Fathers, Valentines, Remembrance, Independence, and “birthdays warped, yes warped into one. And it’s warped and disfigured because of the natural reaction to emotional frequency. Hmmm.. perhaps a mystical reason for high tide of emotions.
The day of the red and green perplexes most to openly detail personal struggle and sacrifices throughout the year. And we listen for advice from those trustworthy. We “network” with the ones successful among us encouraged by their anecdotes accounted by faith and tenacity. Grit and determination. Rising and falling.
Christmas manifests the nature of “more”. Hence the term the more the merrier; more surprises from those who apologized for not being around for Christmas. Then suddenly arriving to the shock and pleasurable mayhem of family.
And so for those offended because of religious views-look at Merry Christmas as a marketing name for emotionless corporation. Under the mistletoe of it all, gifts and candy, snow, Christmas carols, food and laughter, enjoy the communion really acknowledged.