Is Christmas different from an ordinary happy day for you? Why or why not?

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      Ed NEd N
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      Personally, Christmas day is special since when I was very young. Think of all the excitement at home and on TV, it is usually therapeutic. As I grow older, the paradigm shifted with responsibilty but, I always enjoy the day off with special drinks and food. In addition, every year, I buy myself a good suit or a nice shirt, pant and a pair of shoe.

      Besides, there is the spirit of joy and happiness for making it through the year with out any major bad experience. It is also a blessing watching the kids grow up and move out of my house. Oops! finally, I and my wife are gaining our freedom back. thank God…..Lol!

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      Okpako NanaOkpako Nana

      Christmas is a remarkable festival amongst Christians all over the World. I remember when i was still a kid, the pre Christmas activities is always fun, from the shooting of carbide, fire works, and even display of masquerade are all traditions to the Christmas. So when i turn adult, the pattern changed from shooting of fire works and display of masquerade to looking good, having fun in the night club, showcasing new clothes and shoes.

      Christmas is a season where Christians derive pleasure in sharing gifts and food in order to put smile on peoples face . The season is filled with joy and happiness, it is a unique period because Christians spend money for themselves and kids to look good and have fun on that day. Personally, Christmas is not like any other day for me due to the preparation and pre activities, it is different and special from an ordinary happy day.

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      Should all religion or people of different beliefs celebrate Christmas together and vice versa?

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      Ed NEdewor

      Truly speaking, it was different when I was younger. But, as I grew older and completely independent, every day is a happy one just like Christmas in the past. Basically, life is good. I eat good food, wear good clothes and shoes and can always afford a good red wine. This is courtesy of my siblings sending me to college and paying for all the expenses. In addition, I stayed focus despite all the bumps on the way to the academic pinnacle. Currently, Christmas gives me the opportunity to spend time with my family and friends. Your thoughts? Welcome to

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