Christmas Day takes place every year on what most surely be the most famous date in history – 25th December. Christmas is undoubtedly the biggest holiday of the entire year and brings with it a special feeling that just cannot be found on any other date in the calendar. Christmas has the ability to create within us a feeling of kindness and of concern for our fellow man (or woman). There is almost certainly no other time of the year where people are more generous and giving, and the day and the surrounding days create a feeling of family and of belonging.
In this increasingly fragmented world, Christmas is the time when everyone in a large family tends to come home for the holidays, regardless of where they may otherwise currently be living. This is because Christmas has long been seen as a time for family and for giving, and can truly be said to come but just the once per year. The great majority of countries throughout the world celebrate Christmas.
Everyone is invited to ride along and join in the fun by getting some of that Christmas spirit.
Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ and is thus central to the Christian faith, but the holiday is also celebrated by increasing amounts of people who do not share in the Christian faith or even necessarily have any form of religious affiliation, being an integral part of the whole holiday season.