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Christmas is a tonic for our souls. It moves us to think of others rather than of ourselves. It directs our thoughts to giving.
What day is so festal it fails to reveal some theft?
Christmas is best pondered, not with logic, but with imagination.
In case anyone would like to know, we have now entered the Christmas season. Christmas as in Jesus Christ. This is not the "happy holidays" season ... Don't "Happy Holidays" me because I will "Merry Christmas" you in return.
Christmas is the time of silent waiting.
When we celebrate Christmas, we are celebrating that amazing time when the Word that shouted all the galaxies into being limited all power and, for love of us, came to us in the powerless body of a human baby.
Christmas, children, is not a date. It is a state of mind.
Silence in the time
The first snow fell in your laughter
Christmas is in your heart
Christmas is the spirit of love, joy and peace.
For centuries men have kept an appointment with Christmas. Christmas means fellowship, feasting, giving and receiving, a time of good cheer, home.
As long as we keep loving, it will always be Christmas.
Christmas renews our youth by stirring our wonder. The capacity for wonder has been called our most pregnant human faculty, for in it are born our art, our science, our religion.
Christmas is sights, especially the sights of Christmas reflected in the eyes of a child.
Christmas is a response to bring mankind back, to restore some original intent that could never be even remotely restored by any effort of mankind regardless of how grand or majestic any such effort might be.
Christmas; silence breathed childlike anticipation in your heart.
What excites us the most or likewise scares us the most is when something is exactly what it says it is. And when it comes to Christmas, we're going to end up finding ourselves on one side of that line or the other.
Christmas is the spirit of love, peace and goodwill to all Humankind.
Christmas and the holidays are the season of giving. It's a time when people are more kind and open-hearted.
Christmas is, for those who wish to follow the way of Jesus, an invitation to accept into our comfortable and safe lives those who come to us from far away, who seem ragged, marginal, in transition.
Christmas; you are my shining star in the days of tender growing solicitude.
It's Christmas! You just got your Hogwarts acceptance letter, a copy of Action Comics #1, and a brand new car that runs on water!
Christmas is not a season. It is a feeling.
I love all things Christmas.
I may plan to make Christ the center of Christmas, but when I wait until December to focus on celebrating His birthday, I become entangled in Christmas lights, holiday baking, and festive engagements, often wondering if I've experienced the illusive "true meaning" of Christmas.
We never really had any kind of a Christmas. This is one part where my memory fails me completely.
Christmas gives us the opportunity to pause and reflect on the important things around us - a time when we can look back on the year that has passed and prepare for the year ahead.
There seems a magic in the very name of Christmas.
When we recall Christmas past, we usually find that the simplest things - not the great occasions - give off the greatest glow of happiness.
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Christmas begins about the first of December with an office party and ends when you finally realize what you spent, around April fifteenth of the next year.
Christmas it seems to me is a necessary festival; we require a season when we can regret all the flaws in our human relationships: it is the feast of failure, sad but consoling.
Christmas is based on an exchange of gifts, the gift of God to man - His unspeakable gift of His Son, and the gift of man to God - when we present our bodies a living sacrifice.
What kind of Christmas present would Jesus ask Santa for?
Christmas is over and Business is Business.
Let the essence of Christmas blossom within - as the countdown to Christmas begins.
Christmas is God being relentless to the point that He would die in that relentlessness.
Christmas is joy, religious joy, an inner joy of light and peace.
Christmas is a kindling of new fires.
Christmas is a time in which, of all times in the year, the memory of every remediable sorrow, wrong, and trouble in the world around us, should be active with us, not less than our own experiences, for all good.
Christmas is a whisper of peace and a sigh of hope on the lips of love.
I find Christmas very difficult
Christmas is a rare occasion when we are reminded that we have obligations to people we did not choose to be related to, and that love is not just a spontaneous feeling but something we sometimes really have to work at, with people we may not even much like.
Christmas succeeds Christmas rather than the days it follows.
For me, Christmas is about family, loving, forgiveness, compassion, understanding and comradery.
Christmas is not an external event at all, but a piece of one's home that one carries in one's heart.
At Christmas, we remember God's gift to us by giving gifts to each other.
Christmas is a time for families.
I never really did Christmas before. Christmas Day? I mean - what's that? What's it all about? I was always flying on Christmas Day.
The xmas holidays have this high value: that they remind Forgetters of the Forgotten, & repair damaged relationships.
Christmas is the spirit of giving without a thought of getting. It is happiness because we see joy in people. It is forgetting self and finding time for others. It is discarding the meaningless and stressing the true values.
The answer is hard work. What are you doing on Christmas Eve? Are you riding your bike? January 1st - are you riding your bike?
Christmas is a time to mark our progress through this earthly journey. Because of Christmas, this we know: Christ was born for us. He is love, and the plans he has for us always surpass our own.
There are some people who want to throw their arms round you simply because it is Christmas; there are other people who want to strangle you simply because it is Christmas.
The madness of Christmas is not to be resisted by any human means. It either stealthily creeps or crudely batters its way into every fastness or fortress of prudence all over the land.
In your hurry to keep Christmas, you have forgotten Christmas. The truest gift of Christmas is the gift of self.
Christmas is the celebration of the keeping of a promise. A saving promise.
December 25th has become guilt and obligation.
Christmas is a clandestinely ingenious script that outlines a plan to reclaim mankind through a strategy unimagined and unimaginable. This strategy involved God writing His own death into the script.
My idea of Christmas is love. Love so pure and so divine.
Christmas: the Son of God expressing the love of God to save us from the wrath of God so we could enjoy the presence of God.
Christmas is a bold act of emboldening sacrifice and the most selfless gift ever granted the rebellious lot that we are.
Christmas united us as holy beings. We experience love, joy and peace.
With your Christmas-Day-will-never-arrive-soon enough salivations, you anticipate the moment when, like voracious cub lions, you'll rip open the wrapping paper and feast off your every delicious present.
Christmas cut history in two ages, the Age of Promise, and the Age of Fulfillment.
Christmas is the season when people run out of money before they run out of friends.
Christmas is for children. But it is for grownups too. Even if it is a headache, a chore, and nightmare, it is a period of necessary defrosting of chill and hide bound hearts.
Christmas can be the end of emptiness and waywardness; The beginning of happiness and purposefulness.
Christmas is the keeping-place for memories of our innocence.
Christmas music fills our ears with tales of a Palestinian miracle birth, a generous Turkish saint whom the Dutch dressed in a red suit, and a Druid ceremonial tree ... I
Of all the old festivals, however, that of Christmas awakens the strongest and most heartfelt associations. There is a tone of solemn and sacred feeling that blends with our conviviality, and lifts the sprit to a state of hallowed and elevated enjoyment.
Christmas is a mood, a quality, a symbol. It is never merely a fact.
Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents.
Memories and magic is what Christmas is all about.
It is Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas in the air.
There has been only one Christmas
the rest are anniversaries.
Celebrate the life you have been gifted thus far, supporting the arrival of Christmas day.
Christmas is a holiday that persecutes the lonely, the frayed, and the rejected.
The best way to find Christmas; open your heart and your feet will get wings.
Christmas is a season of exceedingly great joy.
The true spirit of Christmas is love
Christmas is God deciding to become what He never had been, so that we can become what we never could be. And so, God does the most improbable thing imaginable. He orchestrates His own birth.
Christmas is here, Merry old Christmas, Gift-bearing Christmas, Day of grand memories, King of the year!
All's fair in love and family Christmases.
Christmas hath a beauty ... lovelier than the world can show.
May the sacredness of Christmas gladden your heart.
Twenty-five years ago, Christmas was not the burden that it is now; there was less haggling and weighing, less quid pro quo, less fatigue of body, less weariness of soul; and, most of all, there was less loading up with trash.
Curious, how one remembered Christmas. Perhaps because other days might appeal to the head, but this one appealed to the heart.
Christmas is most truly Christmas when we celebrate it by giving the light of love to those who need it most.
Christmas is the glorious time of great Too-Much.
As a child, I was bonkers for Christmas. The entire month of December, I couldn't sleep at night from anticipation.
Always winter but never Christmas.
For children, Christmas is anticipation. For adults, Christmas is memory.
The Christmas spirit - love - changes hearts and lives.
Christmas is about change. It's a time we open our hearts before we open our presents.
Christmas works like glue, it keeps us all sticking together.
Christmas isn't just a day. It's a frame of mind.
The love we extend to one another at Christmas, should blossom all year.
Graciously honor the freedom at which Christmas so peacefully - came into being.
Christmas has a way of bringing out the best in everyone
Christmas is a holiday that we celebrate not as individuals nor as a nation, but as a human family.