The people that started giving out presents in Christmas were the three wise men.
Giving presents in Christmas symbioses gold and wealth. It is a celebration to the birth of Christ.
You get presents because its the season to be giving. And I guess its because its Jesus's birthday.
Christmas is a time for giving not receiving
They started Christmas by giving people presents and getting Christmas Trees and decorating them :)
When Jesus was born everybody brought Mary presents so on Christmas we give gifts to each other in honor of everybody giving Mary presents
Christmas is a big occasion for giving or exchanging presents in France.
How do you left family members know that you will not be giving out Christmas presents this year due to being unemployed?
Question is: How do I let family members know that I will not be giving out Christmas presents this year, due to being unemployed?
it is Christmas because he loves giving presents to his family and friends. he also loves getting but not as much as giving presents.
Presents, giving and Jesus Christ = Christmas Candy and costumes = Halloween
well not. but giving and taking gifts makes the Christmas happy event
we have presents because santa started by giving toys to poor children then because the birth of Jesus he disided to give everyone presents.
Traditionally, in northern and eastern France, the main day for giving presents was St. Nicholas' Day (Dec 6). That tradition is lost and it is by now customary to give presents on Christmas Eve.
A family giving and receiving presents during Christmas.
maybe but don't get your hopes up
They don't..... Muslims are not giving any presents for Xmas, they celebrate 2 Eid-s in a year only
Santa is a very generous man who loves children and giving presents to them at Christmas.
What ever their Christian parents what to give them. Since people who are not Christians do not celebrate Christmas, their children get nothing, good or bad, for Christmas. Not all Christians celebrate Christmas by giving out presents, but, non Christians do not celebrate Christmas, and do not give out presents to their children, no matter how good the children have been.
A niece or nephew can be given gift cards or presents for Christmas. If giving money, 20 to 50 is acceptable for a niece.
Christmas spanish children get the presents on Christmas
it represents Christmas time and giving other people presents
giving presents, singing carols, watching "It's a wonderful life" eating pies, drinking alcohol...
There is no historical tradition of gift giving during Channukah so you do not have to give or get presents. The practice of gift giving during Channukah is mainly specific to the US and Canada and is the result of the holiday falling in the same month as Christmas.
Father Christmas is actually Santa Claus and this story originated with an old man who actually was the embodiment of everything that is Christmas. He was jolly and love to hand out presents to all, especially the children.
Yes, they do. It was originally traditional to give dried fruits and sweets, but nowadays, its like giving presents at for example Christmas or on birthdays. Hope this help, Clairicenne
In a way but all that matters is giving not receiving. So if you give a hundred dollar present and you get a cheaper one. I would be happy with what I got.
The concept of gift giving at Christmas is a social development based on social precedence, and generally not with any religious basis, from where the custom grew.
Giving presents of course! and also spending time with family & friends! ♥
He busy giving out the presents to the childen and people.
In Germany it is customary to open Christmas presents on Christmas Eve.
They get regular Christmas presents
We do this to represent the three kings giving presents of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh to Jesus when he was born. We also do this to show other people that they are special to us.
Most Israelis do not celebrate Christmas as they are either Jews or Muslims. As a result, there is no real Israeli gift-giving tradition on Christmas. The small minority of Christian Israelis (<1% of Israel) give presents to their children in much the same way as Americans or Britons perform similar gift-giving.
Swedish Christmas presents are called julklappars.
I'll Be Home for Christmas
a Christmas word that rhymes with presents is: ornaments
No Presents for Christmas was created on 1985-12-25.
It used to be a symbol of the kings giving gifts to Jesus. Now, it is more because of tradition.
Some people open Christmas presents on Christmas Eve (in the evening) while others do it on Christmas morning.
Presents is correct.
Christians- Praising Jesus, giving (not getting. well you do receive but you try to think about giving more.), and family. Non-Christians- Santa, getting presents, and family
American children open their Christmas presents after they celebrate the holiday Christmas.
Mexicans get no presents at Christmas because they are forgetting this tradition. But they do decorate the Christmas Trees.
well simple it is a day of joy and giving and children of course like presents and sweets and that day celebrates the day Jesus was born.
Type your answer here... We are German and we wrap gifts to be given to the giftee on either Christmas Eve or Day. In other words, the same way every other person celebrating Christ's birth does -- why? Did you mean: is there a tradition for giving Christmas presents that is specifically conducive to people living in Germany?
No, in Spain there is no Christmas presents, there is no Santa Claus in Spain
1. You get presents. 2. The presents are amazing. 3. You get what you want after christmas. 4. When you see your grandparents after christmas you get even more presents
In England people do open presents on Christmas day, the day after father Christmas has come
Christmas represents the birth of Jesus Christ. The Bible contains the story of the three wisemen who delivered gifts (gold, frankincense, and myrrh) to the baby Messiah. This started the tradition of gift giving on Christmas.
The significance of Christmas started as a Christian Holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus but is now much more than that. Christmas is a time for happiness, family, presents, giving, kindness and tradition. :) Happy Early Holidays!