Okay, this is a tough one. As I write this it's Christmas Eve, December the 24th. In Germany we celebrate Christmas in the evening of today together with family. And in case of my family presents are undesirable which I'm sometimes thankful about considering how I see people running around getting presents in overly crowded markets - the main part is that the entire family meets and we all think about what's coming up, what happened and we also remember those who left us this year for whatever purpose.
Now I was thinking.. who would I wish a merry Christmas? And well, who should I not because a few years ago I literally got lectured by a Jehova Witness that I shouldn't have done that. So well, I'll keep this simple. Then there are many Muslimes on my friend list who don't exactly celebrate Christmas either - some of them also celebrate it in form of a family meet-up others outright ignore it. So I decided to leave out names this time.
You know who you are: If I regularly converse with you via Skype, via Twitter, via deviantART note, via drift bottle or carrier Pidgeotto: I wish you a very merry Christmas, for my Jewish friends, I hope you had a wonderful Hanukkah and as many of you probably have vacation or holidays until the end of the year: I wish you a great time until the next year allowing you to regain strength and everything required for 2016. It's not important if or how you celebrate these days - the most important part is that everyone's together.
If I don't regularly converse with you - consider yourself also included I guess ^^. It's not the day where we should make differences between friends or foes or whatever.
Have a great ride into 2016! Onto a new year!------------------------
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