In the Spirit of the Season (an Annual Tradition)

Yuletide-full

An annual tradition:

If you’re an Atheist or Agnostic who doesn’t like “Merry Christmas.”
If you’re a Christian who doesn’t like “Happy Holidays.”
If you’re a Jew who doesn’t like “Blessed be.”
If you’re a Wiccan who doesn’t like “God Be with you.”
If you’re a Muslim who doesn’t like “Gud Yule” or “May Thor hold his hammer between you and harm.”

I have one thing to say to you: Grow. Up. Take these things in the spirit they are offered, one of well wishing, and leave it at that. And on that note, may I wish you a very merry Christmas and may Thor hold his hammer between you and harm.

Gud Yule, everyone.

2 thoughts on “In the Spirit of the Season (an Annual Tradition)”

  1. My “problem” with “Happy Holidays” is when people are required to say “Happy Holidays” instead of “Merry Christmas”. 😉

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  2. I am a Christian and I heartily accept your greeting. Merry Christmas and may Thor hold his hammer between you and harm as well.

    Also, as Paul stated, I only object to “Happy Holidays” when it is required instead of Merry Christmas. However, do not ever wish me anything in relation to Kwanza.

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