Where did Christmas present come from?
The Ghost of Christmas Present was that years christmas - He states in early discussion with Scrooge he has over 1800 brothers meaning a new Christmas Present every year
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The modern origins of the holiday come from pre-Christian celebrations established by Julius Caesar marking the Winter Solstice which occurred around December 25 during his life. By 325, in response to the Emperor Constantine's decision to make Christianity the official religion of the empire, the C…ouncil of Nicea declared the date as an official Christian holiday celebrating the birth of the christ. ( Full Answer )
People give presents in order to celebrate the birth of Christ, which is what "Christmas" means. They are an expression of love, thanks and happiness. They do not have to be expensive. because when jesus was born kings came and gave him gold and sents and Christmas is a great time to show someone t…hat you really appreciate them. People use Christmas as an opportunity to give more to others especially to the less fortunates. ( Full Answer )
Beginning of Christmas . Jesus Christ, the center of the Christian religion, started it when he was born.. That's what some Christians believe. But you can read more about it on www.britannica.com subject- Christmas".
When you are at school your parents go into the shops, buy the presents, hide them and then when you get home they act as if nothing has happened. Does that help?
to show you love them or like them Christmas presents should be a reminder of the greatest Christmasgift of all: Jesus Christ God's one and only Son. Born to be Emmanuel, God withus! For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, thatwhoever believes in Him would not perish but have …everlasting life.John's gospel, chapter 3 verse 16. ( Full Answer )
it is to remind us of God's great gift to us, of His Son..But we would actually be more as Jesus, if we gave to the poor and sick.
The gift of "Love".. Every single person on the planet craves to be loved, not always in the "Boyfriend-Girlfriend" way, but to know some one cares for them enought to call it love. the way you could love you sister or your best friend. We can live with out most things in life but to live with out …love could destroy to hardest of men. ( Full Answer )
It 'traditionally' celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, but it's practices are from long before Jesus was on earth. Many feel the greenery in homes, singing of carols, holly, mistletoe, gift giving and merry making come from the pagan feast of Saturnalia, the "feast of the unconquered sun".
Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus, and they celebrate by bonding with people nearby. They would smile. Smiling is pleasant and is a gift in some ways. Some people give money and kindness and generosity to people instead of presents, I hope you know what I'm trying to say. The main word in this… is the word 'gift'. Hope this helped.... Rachel Fulford. firstname.lastname@example.org (sometimes I use this email address) ( Full Answer )
Make a money tree, a bracelet, a scrapbook, a card, anything! you just have to be creative.
Puppy . Popcorn . Play Station 3. . Paysafecard for online gamers . plenty of goods . perfume
No it was a book about Ebeneser Scrooge and that's what was in the book
Presents are given as a way of honoring the birth of christ. According to the bible, when christ was born, many gifts were given to him and his mother. We give gifts to honor that and 'carry out the tradition'.
The real presents are under your tree. The "mini" gifts go in your stocking. It's traditional.
If u mean how does Santa bring us are presants then he has 8 raindears and they fly how do they fly? They don't have wings or anythink they r just magic but they are connected 2 santas slay but the leader is rudeof the red nose raindeer y cos he has a red nose that helps see the way lol and Santa ha…s a huge sack filled with childrens presants including urs and he goes 2 every single house and lays their presants lol kk hope this helps sincerely Bethany kearns the emo xXx ( Full Answer )
You get presents by having a loved one getting you a gift and wrap it in gift wrapping. And then they put it under your Christmas tree. You should do the same for them.
It would still be Christmas because it is still a celebration of Christ's birth. And it doesn't matter if we do not give material things, because presents are gifts in a way that they come in so many forms, which includes donations, actions and lots more. So yeah, it really doesn't matter. After all…, presents are just material things to show others your appreciation, it is not concrete. As they say, action speaks louder than words. So how about this Christmas Season, we spend more quality time rather than fussing about what to give Because the most beautiful gift that we can give to others is what money can't buy, ouselves, our time, and most especially, our love. ( Full Answer )
To symbolise the three wise men giving Jesus his gifts. And to prove their love and loyalty for Jesus. Christmas is celebrating Jesus and showing friends and family how much you love and care about them.
You should look in the following... Parents closet attic cabinets or behind doors under blankets or sheets somewhere that disgusts or scares you (somewhere you would never go) somewhere you can't reach that is all I have. I strongly suggest you don't look for them you will get caught …and you can't fake being surprised. ( Full Answer )
It depends on what kind of gran you have, some grans might like a cooking set or a gardening set. If you're really stuck (which means that you don't know you're gran and don't love her) get her an I love you card and a nice gift like an angel/heart.
omg this is easy for me because im british and they open Christmas presents on 25th of December.but sometimes if you're lucky you get one early.
You get presents because its the season to be giving. And I guess its because its Jesus's birthday.
Since every nation's economy depends so much on its imports and exports, every country has the similar if not the same goods as others, so the Polish receive presents similar to people in all other nations.
People that don't live in the outback will probably get normal presnts. But other than that, I'd say boomerangs :).
Because its a celebration and to make people Happy and make a better life for people and make them full of love :-) by they way do u get a2c 1b3 I'm just asking do you get that ? because my friend Ruby asked me that and it was confusing, but then i got it! cause she explained it to me anyways.
12 mid night on Chrstmas day. Scrooge beleves he has slept throughall of Christmas Day when he was with the Ghost of Christmas Past
You must pretend that you did not see your gift because the gift giver wants to surprise you. When Christmas Day comes you can open the gift and then put a big smile on your face and say "Oh, I had the feeling I was going to get this. Thank you so much."
No, they give presents for the New Year. For Christmas they go the churches (at night) and wish to each other peace and happiness.
The tradition began with the belief that the three wise men brought gifts to the new Christ child. Since Christmas is considered to be Christ's birthday, the tradition of gift-giving lives on.
That depends of their age. Those who are too young to wait forSanta usually find their presents stuffed under the Christmas tree,or by the chimney when there is one in the house, when they get upon Dec. 25. The grown children and adults often get and exchange gifts duringthe evening before (24 Dec).… ( Full Answer )
Often they receive presents on Christmas Eve. They also have celebrations on Epiphany (6th January) - where they eat a special cake called a "Gallette des Rois", sometimes a frangipane cake, and there is a little porcelain figure hidden in the cake. Whomever gets the piece of cake with the figure i…n becomes the "King or Queen" for the day, wears a paper crown, and gets to be head of the household for the day. ( Full Answer )
he is tall and has a green robe and he carries a torch with him at all times. He is also kind and consiterat
When the early Christian church first took the Winter Solsticefestival from the pagan traditions (a ploy to get converts) andgrafted their "Jesus" story onto existing mythology, they kept manyof the pagan traditions. Giving gifts was originally a Roman tradition of Saturnalia. Pagantraditions are al…so why we decorate trees, use evergreen, holly,and mistletoe, feast, sing songs, and decorate with lights duringthe season. ( Full Answer )
Yes. There are items which can be found in some of the shops in Monstro City (Twistmas presents) and then if you are a Moshi Member you can also send gifts from Gift Island to your friends.
You can buy tags for Christmas presents in the same section in stores as you find the wrapping paper and bows. Alternatively, you can cut little pieces from wrapping paper, fold them over, and make your own tags.
He opens Scrooges eyes to the scale of want and deprivation that isall around Scrooge. He makes Scrooge see that you do not have to berich to help others and to aid those who have nothing and finallyto accept that Christmas and its spirit lasts 12 months and notjust 12 days
Most people open on Christmas Day, some people open all on Christmas Eve. But people that open on Christmas Day might open one or two on Christmas Eve.
If you believe in Santa then he delivers them on Xmas Eve and you open them on Xmas Day, if not it should get to your home on Xmas Eve and you open them on Xmas Day.
If you are talking about Americans and Christians they open presents on the 25th of December.
presents on Christmas is kind of a reward if you have been good for the year... but if you are not good you wont get presents (or not as many). hope this helps :D
Yes, you can technically give a Muslim a Christmas present. However I would highly suggest that you do not directly call it a christmas present as this may offer some. Instead call it a holiday present (holiday from school/work etc) or a December present. This way, you lower the risk of offending so…meone you care about. ( Full Answer )
It depends on what does she like and how old she is. Since it's winter, Uggs would be a good idea.
I believe it is on Christmas Eve :) That's what my friend and her family do, anyway.
There is a Christmas carol called "Christmas is Coming", based on a nursery rhyme. There are other versions of the song. One is "A Round About Christmas" made popular by the Kingston Trio. Another is "Christmas Is a-Comin", performed by Bing Crosby. Jason Gray also performs a song called "Christmas… is Coming" on his album, Christmas Stories: Repeat the Sounding Joy. ( Full Answer )
Yes I can get a lot of things that don't cost much are one big present that cost a lot
You are never more the 366 days away from the next Christmas. OnDecember 25 of each year.
usually if you are on the 'nice' list you will get a present ie you have had good behaviour all year and a good person
To show him how to live Christmas every day and to show Scroogewhat was happening in the world around him yet scrooge denied itsexistence in particular the volume of people that were poor, theirtreatment and the way they were trying to survive
What book does this quote come from - ''Christmas wont be Christmas without any presents grumbled Jo lying on the rug''?
This is from the book called Little Women. It was written by Louisa May Alcott.
Yes! Hanukkah presents can be anything you want, and they can bewrapped in Hanukkah gift wrapping!