Yes, the title of today’s post means something. Today is December 25th as you well know. What does that mean? Well, it means different things to different people. Most Christians celebrate Christmas. Some Atheists, if not all, celebrate the non-religious aspects of Christmas. Some people celebrate nothing on this day but celebrate Hanukah, Ramadan, Kwanzaa, Three Kings Day, etc, throughout the month. It doesn’t matter what one celebrates today or this month as long as everyone is polite and respectful of others beliefs or lack thereof. If someone says Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, or Seasons Greetings, be respectful and accept the statement as a friendly statement. It is most certainly that. On the other side of things, feel free to say what you wish as long as you are respectful of others. I celebrate Christmas in the sense of presents, family, friends, etc., but we do nothing religious. I, however, do not say Merry Christmas to others because I don’t know what they believe in or celebrate. I usually say Happy Holidays. If you want to say Merry Christmas, do so. You have every right to say Merry Christmas to someone else and that someone else should be respectful back to you.
Back to the title of this post. Fill in the blanks with something respectful this December and you’ll be fine. Someone may get mad or argue, but as long as the statement is respectful, you are in the right and they are in the wrong if they argue.
So with that, Happy Holidays!!!