How do families celebrate Christmas?
Before the night of Christmas eve the parents aske the Child what they want from Santa. E.g A book. So when they leave their child somewhere and go shopping for that stuff. The wrap it up and hide it. On the night of Christamas Eve, They tell thiere child that they hope Santa will give thiere present. They prepare a drink, carrot and pie for santa and his reindeer. The children go to bed and the parents put the presesnts next to the christmas tree and eat the pie with the carrot and share the drink. In the morning of Christmas the children are all happy
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There is no universal answer to this. For starters: Not everyone does celebrate Christmas. From my personal observations it would appear people celebrate Christmas simply out of tradition (There has always been a Christmas to them). Do NOT get me wrong, I know of people who celebrate it because of its Religious implications. I also know people who celebrate it simply because: "Why not?" As I stated, there is no universal answer.
All families, regardless of where they live, will have many different ideas on how to celebrate Christmas. Though similarities will crop up from time to time. What my family does on Christmas is decorate our home, of course, and buy presents to put under our Christmas tree, which is typically with us a real tree. Then after celebrating Christmas with our immediate family we will celebrate with our more distant relatives at our aunt and…
It's very common to buy a Christmas tree and decorate it. Christmas is celebrated on 24th December, 25th and 26th are the first and second day of Christmas. Typically families will spend the 24th together, with a large dinner and presents afterwards (which are put under the Christmas tree over the day), and then celebrate with relatives on the following two days.
In most countries of the civilized world, its not the country that's celebrating any particular holiday, but the people who live there. Christians in Israel are free to celebrate Christmas in any way they've inherited through their families or national origins. But Israel as a nation doesn't celebrate Christmas, and Jews, who comprise more than two-thirds of Israel's population, generally don't celebrate it, as it doesn't exist as a holiday in Judaism.
The majority of the Philippines population is Christian so the country does celebrate Christmas. The most awaited celebration of the year in the Philippines is Christmas, people are excited on wrapping their gifts, giving, presents and prepare good foods especially Christmas eve and new year. The spirit of Christmas surrounds and embrace every families and children believing on the event. But some are not celebrating Christmas due to religion but everyone respect for their beliefs.
All three of the major Jewish festivals are related to harvest (especially Sukkot). Passover is a thanksgiving to God for the Exodus and the annual barley-harvest, Shavuot is a thanksgiving to God for the Giving of the Torah and the annual wheat-harvest, and Sukkot is a thanksgiving to God for the yearly ingathering of grain. See also the Related Link. The Jewish festivals