posted on Oct, 18 2016 @ 01:01 AM
Every Day Should Be A Holiday
We spend to much of our life focusing on celebrating holidays. It always is about the next holiday. Starts with New Years and ends with Christmas.
Putting so much emphasis on holidays takes away from enjoying life the rest of the year.
We have one day to worry about, Today. Yesterday is done and tomorrow has yet to come. My friends and loved ones, please, stop worrying about
holidays that have yet to come and live your life for today.
We do not need Valentines Day to show love. Can you tell someone that you love them and give them a gift without some stupid holiday? Yes.
Are you religious? Do you celebrate holidays for your religion? Propaganda with no validation? Why? Too many holidays exist for commercial gain.
They are based on centuries of lies and fictional characters with no foundation for truth and yet millions of people celebrate them.
Do you really need a holiday to celebrate life?
Is Thanksgiving necessary to show appreciation for the bounty we receive? Is it ever possible to enjoy family and friends without a reason, to get
together and have a nice meal? The day after is the biggest shopping day of the year and then the countdown begins for the fakest holiday of the
year, based on the birth of Christ, who if we are to believe existed, would tell you all you are nuts.
I think having days that memorialize actual events that we are capable of verifying is fine.
Having a day to honor parents is fine, but do you really need a special day to show your parents how much you respect them and love them? No.
Honor for veterans is nice, but why do we need a special day for that? Shouldn't we be grateful for everything they do every day, we sure don't
help them very much when they come back from fighting.
Labor day? Give me a break. A day to celebrate work? Shouldn't anyone that has a job and gets a paycheck be happy already?
4th of July is independence day? For who? Where is this great amount of independence?Seems to me like we are forever dependent on holidays to give
us reasons to spend money.
All I am trying to say here is that everyday should be a holiday and everyday should be treated the same way. Show the ones you love how you feel
about them today. Have appreciation for today and the things you have today. Today is a holiday. Everyday is a holiday.
Quit worrying about something that is 2 months away and give a gift today. Put a smile on your child today. Give your mom some flowers today. Buy
your sweetheart some chocolate today. Give dad a hug and tell him how much he means to you today. Find a veteran and salute him today.
Want to celebrate independence? Tell them to stick the holidays where the Sun don't shine and have your holidays when you feel like it. Start with
today. The holiday of life.