Friday, December 24, 2010
It's time we got over this idea that to wish someone, "Happy Holidays," is somehow disrespecting Jesus Christ.
Holidays is the way we now say, "holy days."
So to wish someone, Happy Holidays," is to recognize that indeed Christmas, December 25th is a Holy Day when we celebrate the birth of a Savior. And so is January 1st, when Catholics celebrate the Solemnity of Mary.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year!
Have a Cool Yule!
Happy Hanukkah! I'm not Jewish, but right back at ya!
Happy Kwanzaa. I'm not an African-American, but the same to you.
If someone you know, or even someone you don't know, goes out of his or her way to send you a holiday wish consider yourself truly lucky and if you believe, give it right back.
So from me and mine to you and yours, have a Merry, Blessed and Joyous Christmas surrounded by family and friends and a healthy and prosperous New Year.