Well, I guess the excitement of my childhood years kicked in as I awoke on Christmas morning around 6 am after two days of nothing but sleep (and the occasional horror movie). ‘Tis the Season, and no matter what you and your family are celebrating today I’d like to wish you a good one. It’s fascinating when you google something simple as Christmas well wishing in all the languages of the World and soon’ll see that all over this planet we’re celebrating it, albeit under different name and for (on the surface) different cultural reasons. Historically speaking it is interesting to know that no matter where our ancestors lived, three days after the winter solstice began they had a huge feast to celebrate that the Sun was now once again rising higher, giving us longer and longer days.
Now, it is kinda frustrating seeing how a phenomena that widespread still manages to somehow separate (and “offend”) some people, so it’s nice to see a meme with the following message actually being somewhat spread online. I wholeheartedly endorse it’s message:
If you are Jewish, feel free to wish me a “Happy Hanukkah.”
If you are a Christian, feel free to wish me a “Merry Christmas.”
If you are African/American, feel free to wish me a “Joyous Kwanza.”
If you have no affiliation, feel free to wish me “Happy Holidays.”
I promise not to be offended!
Merry Christmas! God Jul! Glædelig Jul! Vrolijk Kerstfeest! Hyvää Joulua! Joyeux Noël! Fröhliche Weihnachten! Καλα Χριστούγεννα! Buon Natale! Feliz Natal! с Рождеством Христовым! Vesele Božične Praznike! Feliz Navidad! весела коледа! 圣诞快乐! Veselé Vánoce! חג מולד שמח! Boldog Karácsonyt! Gleðileg Jól! Selamat Natal! Un Crăciun Fericit! สุขสันต์วันคริสต์มาส! کریسمس مبارک!