Christmas Essays

  • Christmas: The Christmas Time Of The Year

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    Christmas as one of the most popular holidays in the year is celebrated by Christians worldwide but is open to everyone. The Christmas time of the year is thought of as the season of gift giving and kindness to all. During the month, people often do more charity work and selfless acts. In the USA, Christmas is celebrated on the 25th of December although it is different to some other countries. For instance churches who use the ‘Julian calendar’ celebrate Christmas on the 7th of January. It is

  • The Christmas Story: The Story Of Christmas

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    only had two weeks until Christmas. As Santa’s condition deteriorated, the town’s Christmas spirit was dwindling.The elves stopped making toys, the reindeer stopped flying, and all the Christmas lights had gone out. It was almost as if the whole town was forgetting about Christmas. Except for two of Santa’s elves Jingle and Jangle. “What are we going to do?” panicked Jingle. “Christmas is only two weeks away!” “I’m not sure, but we have to keep the Christmas spirit intact,” replied Jangle

  • Christmas Narrative Story

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    Christmas Morning Extravaganza “We’re almost ready for you!” My mom yelled out from the living room, as my siblings and cousin waited anxiously to dash out of the hallway. The hallway felt tiny, cluttered, and dull, with nothing in it except us. “Okay! Hurry up please! We’ve begged to race out there all morning!” Allie, my younger sister, squealed. “I’m so excited, Ella! I wonder what’s out there from Santa!” Jay sputtered with a huge smile. “I want a train, Ella!” Jack whispered while I clutched

  • Paragraph About Christmas

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    Sec. 151 1 October 2014 Christmas The word Christmas came about from the Old English days and was initially called Cristes Maesse, which means the “Mass of Christ.” The name was eventually changed to Christmas by modern English writers. The older generation of Christians argued and speculated that it was on the 25 of December that Jesus was born. They now decided that the birthday of their savior would be celebrated on this day. When searching for the definition of Christmas, the most common definition

  • A Christmas Carol: Literary Analysis: Christmas Carol

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    Christmas Carol Literary Analysis Have you ever wondered if someone can change overnight? In this book Scrooge changed very rapidly with the ghost appearing and changing him completely . In the beginning of the story Scrooge was hateful and in the end he was very loving. But once he started to change he changed very rapidly. When the ghosts started coming he started changing , each time one ghost came he changed little by little . In the book “ a christmas carol “ by charles dickens , the

  • The Christmas Carolmas And The Story Of Christmas

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    there is coming Christmas and the story or the movie is very beautiful. The story takes place in London there are 3 spirits and very bad person and he was very bad but then he is good but at the of this story this is a brief explanation of the story. Scrooge is paying mortician to buy Marley. 7 years late Scrooge is in his office nephew Fred visit him. Then Scrooge go to his home. One night Marley ghost visit Scrooge and tell Scrooge you will be visit by 3 sprits of Christmas. At the next day

  • Christmas Card Symbolism

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    Barunson, the country's biggest greeting card brand, has not put out new Christmas designs for this year. Instead, it has just modified existing designs. No. 2 card maker morning glory cut the number of new card designs to 20, down from 32 in 2006, reflecting a steady decrease in the sales of paper- based cards. It has stocked 750, 000 Christmas cards, but sales are only expected to reach about 180,000 units. Cards will also a key yardstick in measuring popularity, especially in schools. V-

  • My Christmas Day: The Birth Of Christmas

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    Christmas Day is full of tradition, unforgettable memories, and most importantly remembering the spectacular birth of Jesus Christ. I, thankfully, have a close family to spend Christmas Day with every year. My family and I follow the same Christmas traditions each year without much deviation. Devouring delicious meals, tearing open presents, going to church and playing games are at the top of our agenda each year. Anticipation awakened me from my deep slumber and I sprang out of bed eager to build

  • Spirit Of Christmas

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    Do you remember Christmas mornings when you were younger? Waking up and running to the Christmas tree to see if Santa had come? Now fast forward to now. Think of when you watched someone you care about open a gift from you. That warm, fuzzy feeling it gave you, deep down inside. How their smile made you smile. That feeling my friends is the spirit of Christmas. Let me tell you my story of how I learned the true spirit of Christmas. My mom has always made Christmas special for my little sister and

  • Christmas Carol Analysis

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    Title: Christmas Carol Background of the author : Charles Dickens was born on 7 February 1812 in Landport in Portsmouth. His father was a clerk in the Navy Pay office who often ended up in a financial trouble. When Dickens was twelve years old, he was sent to work in a shoe polish factory because his father had been imprisoned for debt. In 1833, he began to publish short stories and essays in newspaper and magazines. The serialisation of The Pickwick Papers, his first commercial success, began in

  • Christmas Party Observation

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    together to prepare for the activity that we conduct which is the Christmas party for the San Celestino Elementary School. The activity was held at the gymnasium of the said school. For me the gymnasium of the San Celestino Elementary School is enough for the population of the students. Some of the parents in the said school helped us to arrange the chairs and tables that we used during the program. After arranging everything our president explain us what to do during the program. The second picture

  • A Bad Mom Christmas Analysis

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    The most wonderful time of the year is christmas for everyone expected the three friends Amy, Kiki, and Carla; the three main character of A Bad Moms Christmas. In this action/ adventure movie unappreciated moms decided that their gonna do christmas the lazy way instead of worrying about having the perfect ideal christmas. Unfortunately it 's not that easy when their own mothers decided to butt in. Amy has her mom on her back to do a traditional christmas and tries to take over. Kiki’s mom shows

  • Christmas Cultures: The Perception Of The Christmas Season

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    Perception of the Christmas Season Christmas season is the time of tradition and family rituals. Clarke (2007, p. 9) notes that people hold positive or negative feelings towards Christmas. In further explanation, he states that “consumption is emotionally driven and feelings relate to emotions. Regardless of positive or negative feelings held, people take deci-sions based on those feelings not only towards Christmas but in further considera-tion also towards Christmas celebration and Christmas shopping.

  • Why I Admire Christmas

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    Finally, a large reason why I adore Christmas is because I get to see my cousins, who are also my best friends and siblings. Everytime I think of seeing them, it makes me excited and happy. We have made such amazing memories that I could never forget. Firstly, Kaylee is someone who always knows how to have fun. Her laugh can lighten the mood, even in the tightest of binds. Likewise, Kaylee will always listen to me whenever I need a shoulder to lean on, and I do the same for her, proving how tight

  • Christmas In Iraq Essay

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    Christmas in Iraq The Christian homes in Iraq practice a unique ceremony that is held in the home's courtyard on Christmas Eve. One of the children in the family recites the tale of the Nativity from an Arabic Bible. Other individuals from the family hold lit candles and, when the recitation finishes, a bonfire is lit in one corner of the courtyard. The fire is made of dried thorns and the fortune of the house for the year ahead relies on the way the fire burns. If the thorns burn to ashes, the family

  • Greed In A Christmas Carol

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    A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, shows how a greedy man turns from his life of cold-heartedness. Ebenezer Scrooge is the greedy man in the novel who values his money more than anyone or anything. His greed has caused many people to dislike him, even his employees find him cruel and cheap. He begins to change, however, when he is visited by his dead partner Jacob Marley. Marley warns Scrooge that three other Spirits will be visiting him throughout the night, and will help convince him to change

  • My First Christmas In Germany

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    Is it the end on the year already ? I am about to spend my first Christmas in Germany. When the year began I had no idea that by the end of it, I myself would be far away from the hot and humid environs of Mumbai,India where i hail from . To living somewhere deep inside the most beautiful forest south of Germany in freezing subzero temperatures muttering to myself by now the famous phrase '' Winter is Coming'' Its being 9 months since my arrival in Germany in the land of beer and punctuality to

  • My Christmas In My Family

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    of the family. My two first cousins on my mom’s side are over 10 years older than me and they’re out of the house which means my aunt and uncle have ended up treating me as one of their own They live next door and have always known how to make my Christmas’ super special. It’s a tradition in my family to set up decorations together. On December 1st, my mom Tina, my grandma Isabell, my two cousins Jessica and Tyler, aunt Angie, uncle Leo, and I all gather together at my Aunt’s house to eat festive foods

  • Christmas Eve: Like, Midnight Mass For Christmas Day

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    Christmas Eve: is celebrated during the entire day before Christmas Day, even though the name implies an evening celebration only, in anticipation of the glorious day. This is the only holiday that has a pre-celebration day, but why? It is the holiday that follows the tradition of Jewish celebrations that begin from sun down of the previous day to sunset of the following day, an inheritance from Jewish tradition. This practice is based on the story of Creation in the Book of Genesis: "And there

  • My Christmas Tree

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    When many people think of Christmas, they think of Santa, cookies, jingle bells, stockings, and of course, the Christmas tree. Some families set up a fake tree that has been stored in the basement for the past eleven months. It has creases, odd folds, and just looks a bit off. Yet for me and my family, cutting down our own tree from a Christmas tree farm in Canton is an absolute must. The day is always filled with joy and the Christmas spirit. For me, going to the Christmas tree farm is one of the