posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 08:37 AM
For one reason or another, no matter which story/legend one might subscribe to, they are fraught with exaggeration and fiction. Santa, enough
Jesus and the three kings giving gifts, again, how much is legend?
Even if some grain of truth did reside and any of those ideas, so much time has passed and those ideas have become distorted.
Christmas itself has become so disgusting I can barely stand it anymore.
I will never lie to my kids about the holidays, just as I was never lied to.
It's just a story and should be taken as such, but people use that story because they are deluded and want their kids to be like them and carry on a
tradition of delusion and psychosis.
I choose to show my love for my family by supporting them in every way I can, all year long.
That includes being honest with them.
Santa, who's that?
Don't get me wrong, I have very great memories of Christmas when I was a kid, most of which involved the family all coming together, eating, and
It's a nice thing to have a special day and it is fun to get gifts.
Seriously, who could argue with that, but remember what's important, Family.
They are the gifts.
Commercialization caters to the flock, and it's your choice to be part of that or not.
We realize that the family is what's important and barely waste any time or money on excessive gifts for one another. We have never been like
Most of the gifts we give or get are consumables and or something useful or hand made.
Which is what the Christmas tradition started as anyways, at least with our family.
So stay true, and enjoy the holidays as a time to be with the best gift of all. A FAMILY.