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All about December 25th – It’s Christmas

Do you see everything red and white around yourself?

Can you tell the reason?

Oh yes, you guessed it right. It’s that time of the year again. The perfect scene for Santa and his sleigh. Everyone, especially, college students are looking forward to the Christmas holidays.

Are you also excited for Christmas as well?

Before going any further with this blog, let’s first get through the history of Christmas.

 

Some facts about Christmas:

The name ‘Christmas’ comes from the Mass of Christ(Jesus). Christmas is celebrated on 25th December every year to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. Jesus was born to his pious mother Mary of a miraculous virgin birth in the mountains of Bethlehem and came to earth for a purpose. It is one of the biggest religious and cultural celebration all around the world. Christian celebrate this day with full enthusiasm and zeal.

 

Christmas and it’s true meaning:

By far the most important aspect of Christmas is that it unites family and friends, even if it means travelling from the other side of the world to be with their nearest and dearest.  Regardless of any family disputes or disagreements, the goodwill of the Christmas celebration unites loved ones and enables everyone to gather in one room at the same time to enjoy a traditional Christmas dinner.

 

Talking about Christmas and how is it possible we did not mention red and white fat man?

Some thoughts about Santa Claus: 

No matter if you are school students or college student you are still excited about Santa Claus! Or you are not?

From childhood, we have been told about how Santa Clause will come on his sleigh and bring lots of gifts which will be found under the Christmas tree.

But as we grow we realize who is real Santa Claus?

Yes, they are, our parents and near and dear ones who put all the efforts to make our Christmas a very special day.

 

Some more ancient traditions and their Christmas meaning behind:

  • Evergreen Christmas tree is the symbol of eternal life.
  • Candles are the symbol that Christ is the light of the world.
  • The red colour symbolizes Christ’s blood and death.
  • Gifts are the reminder that how the most wonderful gift was given to the earth in the form of Jesus Christ.
  • Bells tell coming of the good news.

 

Xmas celebration in school and universities:

What first thing came into your mind when you hear Christmas song?

“Jingle bells, jingle bells,

Jingle all the way;

Oh! what fun it is to ride

In a one-horse open sleigh.”

 

Right?

Like every school and university, College in Australia celebrates Christmas day with full enthusiasm.

Christmas plays and carol is a major part of the celebration. The most sacred part is when everyone prays to God for everyone wellness and happiness all around the world.

It is great to see all the students actively participating in all the events and bringing their creative side out. Everyone is so excited to live every moment and enjoy the Christmas spirit.

The day ends partying and having dinner with full squads and friends.

 

No doubt Christmas vibe is so joyful and blissful that everyone is so excited to welcome this day whole-heartedly.

Hope you too have great Christmas and all your wishes come true!

May your days be merry and bright.

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