Christmas is …
Yeah, what is Christmas? First of all it is a Christian holiday. An anniversary that arrives on time every year on December 25th. For religious it is the birth of Jesus Christ. For children, the arrival of Santa Claus and the charm of still believing in magic, in that everything can happen in one night.
And for me?
For me, Christmas is family and how we decide to live it.
Christmas is peace, love and endless joy if you want it
As with all things, there are those who hate it, those who love it and those who inflate it. Despite everything, however, it remains a period of celebration that is good for the heart.
Technically at Christmas we all become slightly better. You want that extra smile, in fact, you often ask for it. We want cuddles and warmth, of closeness to the people dearest to us and yes, let’s face it, also of big fists. Then there is always time for diet and costume testing on a Monday of who knows what next week.
Christmas is pandoro or panettone, gifts, lights, decorated trees, festively dressed houses and being late playing Tombola. Christmas is a world that makes wishes, wrapping gifts, all this and much more. It’s a month-long mood that should last a lifetime. How we live it totally depends on us. We are the ones who choose whether or not to believe in its magic. Whether to let ourselves be infected by this air of celebration and good intentions or to darken us and turn us into a Grinch.
The Christmas season should bring serenity
So wish you a Merry Christmas to you, you and you too, but full of so much serenity.
I believe that wishing this is always the most important thing. Serenity, that feeling that all of us would like to feel 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. I know, maybe it seems trivial as a wish but not being able to give something concrete that can help all my readers to guarantee serenity I do it with my words written here. Aimed at anyone who loses those 3 minutes to read them.
More serenity for everyone because if life does not think about it with its swirls of unexpected events and spiteful Karma then I will try. I wish you not only for Christmas day but for all the new days to come. Accompanied by many smiles and why not, even by some extra money that never hurts.
That your enemies become friends and that your dreams come true.
That hope never goes out and that a better world made of peace, joy, love, meritocracy and fairness can truly come true.
On the night when anything can happen, let’s just believe it a little more. We wink at life and at this time of year.
Who knows, maybe it might even work.
Merry Christmas from your Snobber and so much serenity that you no longer know where to put it. Mhuà! :*