Christmas is a time for celebration, but it is also a time to remember the true meaning of the holiday season. During Christmas, we celebrate the arrival of Jesus Christ and the love, kindness, and gift-giving that he taught us. But it’s not just about gifts and feasts – it’s also about helping our fellow humans and practicing humility and forgiveness.
Celebrating the Arrival of Jesus Christ
On Christmas, we welcome the arrival of Jesus Christ to the world. Through his arrival, he taught us about love and kindness, and taught us to give gifts to our loved ones. During the Christmas season, many people give gifts to their loved ones to show their love and appreciation for them.
Decorating with Parols and Having Feasts
During Christmas, there are usually parols (decorative lanterns) in homes and shopping centers, and we welcome the new year by having big feasts and celebrations with our families and friends. These traditions allow us to come together with our loved ones and create special memories.
Giving Kindness to Our Fellow Humans
But it’s not just about gifts and feasts. During Christmas, we should also remember that it is a time of giving kindness to our fellow humans, especially to those who cannot meet their needs. By helping our fellow humans, we help them have a better Christmas and a better life.
Practicing Humility and Forgiveness
Finally, during Christmas, we should also remember to be humble and forgive. During Christmas, we should forgive our enemies and be humble in front of our fellow humans. By being humble and forgiving, we help ourselves and our fellow humans have a better relationship with each other and have a better Christmas.
So on the next Christmas, let’s not forget the true meaning of the holiday season – love, kindness, gift-giving, helping our fellow humans, humility, and forgiveness. By following these values, we will surely have a better Christmas and a better life. Merry Christmas!