Christmas 2017: How do people celebrate it?
Christmas, from where did the name emerge? Lord Jesus Christ was born on the day of 25th December, and we celebrate this as Christmas, simple as that? Probably not, we do a lot more than just observing.
We celebrate this day in the name of our savior, and we usually bring gifts for our little ones or kids since we find Lord Jesus Christ in every sweet little kid. The Christmas Eve is a festival celebrated everywhere around the world, and we involve no religion when it comes to happiness, every person is equal, and we celebrate this day as one.
Lord Jesus Christ loved kids, and we seek the same follow through but, there’s much more to it. Did you know that Lord Jesus had a friend? A person who loved kids and at every Christmas Eve, he fulfilled every child’s desire by bringing their favorite toys or stuff, isn’t it praiseworthy? Who could it be? Well, none other than Santa Claus.
Christmas 2017: Santa Claus
An old man with a long white beard and a bag full of joy and happiness, a person who can bring a smile to every child’s face by giving them chocolates and toys; In short a bag full of presents.
How do they celebrate Christmas Eve?
The Christmas has honored for many thousands of years, and we still follow it like we’re doing today. At this day of Christmas, people go to church, and they pray for long-lasting peace and for the life they have.
Spending some peaceful time with Lord Jesus is the best way to start your Christmas Eve. Then families like to stay together since it’s the only day when the whole family is one.
As you know; it’s holiday on the day of the Christmas and families like to go out on some vacation or most likely they just want to spend some time together.
Later, Santa Claus arrives with the desirable presents (That is how you explain the story to the kids around you), It may only be a myth but, Santa Claus could be real.
Offcourse, you bring presents for your little ones, and they believe that Santa gave them those gifts.
At the end; Cake and food all around, this is how people celebrate Christmas.