Merry Christmas

A little ditty I came up with:

MERRY

Christmas so

Holy — we

Rejoice in the

Inspiration of the

Season with

Thanks for the

Manifest

Assurance of the

Savior!

I wonder if some of you, too, saw this organization on FOX yesterday morning.  I’d never heard of it and it is wonderful.  Who thinks about family of wounded cops, soldiers, etc., not being able to get to their relatives in the hospital or rehab, etc., in times of need because they can’t afford it?  I hadn’t.  This group brings families together when most needed.  Christmas is a particularly good time to bring families to the wounded and they did that for 127 families this year!   Please give only $5 if you can only give $5….it all helps!   Thank you!

From my home to yours, have a wonderful Christmas!

Blessings to you all………Z

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8 Responses to Merry Christmas

  1. bocopro says:

    Christmas to me is an attitude, a kinda cloud or energy field that the planet goes through as it reaches the outermost stretch of its path around the power center. It’s a time when the nights are longest in the northern hemisphere, and the coldest, but people know that in just a short time the nights will get shorter and the days longer, and the light and warmth will return.

    Over the centuries, a hodgepodge collection of traditions, myths, rituals, and festivals have established a season of hospitality, of sharing, of feasting, of warmth even during the coldest time of the year.

    And that’s a good thing, and it’s generally contagious somehow, with even Jews and Buddhists and Hindus and perhaps even a few reasonable Muslims finding their spirits lifted and their sense of well-being enhanced simply because others have decorated their homes and their streets to create an atmosphere of joy and happiness, no matter what the reason.

    Of course in any large group of people you can always find a few . . . mostly liberals, Democrats, know-it-alls, and fussbudgets . . . who WANT to be offended because others are being silly, singing old-fashioned songs, wearing funny clothes, and just enjoying themselves and wishing each other a merry Christmas and happy new year.

    They don’t want to hear “Merry Christmas” because it excludes them and their non-Christian friends who are killjoys and consider the songs and symbols and images politically incorrect, so here’s what you say to them:

    Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, our best wishes for an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low-stress, non-addictive, gender-neutral celebration of the winter solstice holiday, practiced within the most enjoyable traditions of the religious persuasion of your choice, or secular practices of your choice, with respect for the religious/secular persuasion and/or traditions of others, or their choice not to observe religious or secular traditions at all.

    We also wish you a fiscally successful, personally fulfilling and medically uncomplicated recognition of the generally accepted calendar year 2009, but not without due respect for the calendars of choice of other cultures.

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  2. bunkerville says:

    Looking good there Z…. Have a wonderful and Merry Day! 🙂

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  3. Merry Christmas!
    Have a Happy Celebration of the Arrival of Our Savior.

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  4. Mal says:

    So many of us living here in Sun City and away from family are getting together at an open house otherwise it would be like any other day for us all. But as Bocopro mentioned, the attitude is the difference. If only we could make this a year round feeling…………………………….
    MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL. KEEP PRAYING FOR OUR COUNTRY

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  5. Kid says:

    Bocopro. HA! Isn’t it interesting that the women in particular who subscribe to being PC and saying Happy Holidays (if that) rather than Merry Christmas for total fear of offending non-Christians, kiss the arse of the women abusing moslem vermin. To me, this is a focal point of the problem with our society today.

    Get a clue. Figure it out. Pick a side.

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  6. Z,
    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family. Take care.

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  7. Baysider says:

    Pithy and sweet! I love your little tree. 🙂

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