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Christmas songs

Silent night, holy night

Silent night, holy night

All is calm, all is bright

Round yon virgin mother and child

Holy infant so tender and mild

Sleep in heavenly peace. Continue reading “Christmas songs”

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New Year’s Traditions From Around the World

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  • In Denmark they save all of their unused dishes and plates until the 31st of December when they affectionately shatter them against the doors of all their friends and family.
  • In the Philippines they believe that everything should be round so as to represent coins and bring wealth. Round food, round clothes, as long as it’s round.
  • In some South American countries wearing colored underwear will determine your fate for the new year. Red underwear means you’ll find love. Gold means wealth, and white means peace.
  • In Spain, if you can manage to stuff 12 grapes in your mouth at midnight you’ve achieved good luck for the next year. nn
  • Today, Italians let their church bells peal, the Swiss beat drums, and the North Americans sound sirens and party horns to bid the old year farewell.
  • In Scotland, the custom of first-footing is an important part of the celebration of Hogmanay, or New Year’s Eve Day. This practice holds that the first foot to cross a threshold after midnight will predict the next year’s fortune.
  • Not all New Year’s celebrations take place on December 31. The Jewish New Year, called Rosh Hashanah, is in September. During this two-day holiday, families celebrate tradition through food and prayer services. A traditional celebration will almost always include slices of apple dipped in honey, a symbol of a sweet new year. This is the first of the High Holy Days.
  • New Year on the island of Bali is celebrated in March. If you’re looking for a place to relax and unwind, join in on the 12-hour dedicated silence and meditation that sweeps across the island.
  • Romanian Farmers try to communicate with their animals on New Year’s Eve, they believe it will bring good luck.
  • In England people used to kiss each other. After midnight people join their hands in a circle and say a poem written by Scottish poet Robert Burns  <<Auld Lang Sync>>
  • In Greece an onion is hang from the front door of the house, as a symbol of rebirth. Parents then wake their children by tapping them on  heads with the onion.
  • Russians write down a wish burn it and throw it into a champagne glass. Then they must drink it before  12.00.
  • In Siberia and Russia it is tradition to dive into a frozen lake.
  • Many Chinese people paint their front door red as a symbol of happiness and good fortune.

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Christmas Greedings

  • Christmas is near, and its coming,
    Be merry! Be happy! Have a wonderful Christmas
  • May this Christmas bring Peace and Joy for All.
    Happy Christmas
  • No Greeting Card To Give..No Sweet Flowers To Send..No Cute Graphics To Forward..Just A LOVING HEART Saying Merry Christmas!
  • Celebrate this Christmas like a child. Enjoy the innocent joy of Christmas. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.
  • Keep your mind and soul beautiful with thoughts of joy, happiness
  • Remember This December, That love weighs more than gold
  • Christmas is not as much about opening our presents as opening our hearts.
  • Jingle the bells and play the music loud, for Santa Claus is coming to town!
  • Christmas is a time when kids tell Santa what they want and adults pay for it.