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Social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are so accessible by almost every people. We all have smartphones nowadays and we all want to share Mery Christmas 2019 Wishes, Merry Christmas SMS and Status to our friends, family, and loved ones. It is very easy to send Merry Christmas 2019 Wishes & Greetings to your loved ones with social messaging applications.
When the festival or event comes, it is possible to realize your newsfeed is full of videos, articles, and graphics of Christmas Video. It enables to upload your WhatsApp Status related to Christmas 2019. Christmas is a huge festival which is celebrated by almost every people and it commences on the 25th of December because it is the birth date of Jesus Christ. It is an important date in the Christian’s calendar and it has its own history. A lot of sentiments is linked to Christmas 2019 Wishes.
Christmas day is very much exciting in the life of the people and hence it is very important to wish everyone on this day. Sending of individual messages is very tiring nowadays and they are always some chance of forgetting a person. So this problem can be easily solved by uploading a WhatsApp Status & video status of Merry Christmas 2019.
Is sending a sprinkling of Christmas spirit to all her family and friends. May you have a Merry Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous New Year. Lots of love Bx
Christmas does not come from the pockets, it comes from the heart. It is not about gifts, but rather the love for your family and friends, MERRY CHRISTMAS 2019!!
Oh, the weather outside is frightful + the pub looks so invite + coz its the place to go, shall we go, shall we go, shall we go…
Well, it’s almost Christmas. Time for everyone to be happy and enjoy the holidays! I want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas! <3
A Christmas prayer~ Jesus, thanks for being born and dying on the cross for the sins of the world. May we never forget the reason for the season!!!
Dear Santa, I have been good this year, well most of the time. fine some of the time, well, but .. you know what, I’ll buy my own presents
Christmas is not about giving and receiving gifts. It’s about the birth of Baby Jesus in the manger! Jesus is the reason for the season!
Why does Santa Claus go down the chimney on Christmas Eve? Because it soots him.
Merry Christmas to all the people who make my life special <3 if I have known you for life or just a short while i couldn’t live without you 🙂 luv you all xx
The best part of sending Merry Christmas 2019 Wishes & Greetings is they are very engaging and have a great impact than those of the images. You can share Merry Christmas 2019 wishes pictures to the people who are close to you.
There are many apps which are present which you can use for creating a beautiful Christmas day Wishes but make sure it is meaningful, and it signifies the significance of this day. Christmas 2019 is all about spreading love and sharing warmth and togetherness so make sure this Christmas you’re spending a lot of time with your close ones to make them realize how important they are to you. So with this Merry Christmas 2019 Wishes and Greetings, you won’t be missing out any of your close people.
My Christmas wish not only for me and my family but for all of you as well: peace of mind, the health of body, strength of spirit.
Says Christmas is a time to spend with family and friends and some of them are not there, but remember, wherever you go they go, because they are in your heart
One of the most glorious messes in the world is the mess created in the living room on Christmas day. don’t clean it up too quickly..
My Christmas gift is when your status changes from Last Seen At to Online and then to Typing.
May God Bless you with joy, peace, and love on this Christmas.
Keeping the list of naughty girls all to yourself? Well played Santa.
I believe in the magic of Christmas!
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I am dreaming of a “White Christmas” Too bad it doesn’t snow here.
Finally, Christmas is here. I waited 364 days for this one. Merry Christmas!
I don’t need to diet this Christmas. I am inspired by Santa Claus.
This Christmas don’t gift me with a present, give me your presence.
It is Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas in the air.
Christmas cookies and happy hearts, this is how the holiday starts.
Ha.. ha.. ha.. Christmas is coming and there’s nothing you can do about it!
Merry Christmas and may you live a long and happy life filled with goodwill and friendship.
Wondering if unemployment will be sending me a Christmas bonus?
Hope that you like the Christmas eve together with all the ones that you adore and step to the new year with a great deal of pleasure and decent health. Wishing you a joyous Christmas and a very happy new year!”
“During this loveliest and happiest of seasons, how can you find many reasons to observe. Have a fantastic Christmas!”
“Underneath the hustle and bustle of the festive season, there’s the authentic splendor of connecting with family members. May this wonder and pleasure lift you up throughout Christmas and the New Year”
“Much enjoy a recently hatched blossom, can this New Year brings warmth & odor for your life. Here is wishing you really Merry Christmas 2019 and Happy New Year 2020!”
“Christmas is all about sharing and dispersing love. May your heart be full of love sufficient to propagate to each mile. Merry Christmas!”
“New dreams, new hopes, new adventures, and new joys: wanting my love a really Merry Christmas and New Year 2020.”
“It is Christmas. May Christmas year usher in the New Year to some fantastic. May all of your needs be fulfilled. Have a fantastic Christmas.”
“With this joyous evening, and during the year, will your life be full of plenty of love”
“Wishing you enjoy, our amazing Christmas fantasies and happy tiding from our family to yours. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!”
“Thanks a lot for everything you have completed this past year. Love your well deserved rest and time with loved ones ” Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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It’s that time of year… when you dread every interaction because you don’t know whether to say “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Holidays,” “Season’s Greetings,” or maybe some secret salutation you don’t even know yet. So what are you supposed to say?
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In general, “Happy Holidays” is accepted as the broadest and most inclusive greeting at this time of year. If you know someone celebrates Christmas you can go with “Merry Christmas,” but ‘tis the season for interacting with strangers (selling to them, buying from them, bumping into them on your way out of Target). And when the time comes to wish them well, it’s usually best to go for general.
Why does the “Happy Holidays” or “Merry Christmas” debate exist?
The period from late November until early January is lumped together as “the holiday season.” You’ve got your biggies like Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s, plus dates that get not quite so much attention, like Kwanzaa, the Winter Solstice, Boxing Day, and Festivus. With that many holidays crammed into a few weeks, it makes sense to go for the general holiday wish.
True, there aren’t too many people who celebrate all of those holidays. But the point is to acknowledge that different people celebrate different holidays
Also, this debate isn’t just about words: it’s about being politically correct and inclusive of diverse beliefs and traditions across the country.
“Holidays” are more inclusive
Although Christmas has been the most widely celebrated holiday in the United States for decades, the U.S. is more diverse than it’s ever been before, so not everyone celebrates Christmas. Some people get a Christmas tree, but don’t have any traditions associated with Christianity. And plenty of people have a different religious tradition, or no religious tradition at all.
If you say “Merry Christmas” to someone who celebrates Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or nothing at all, you could make them feel marginalized: like their own beliefs aren’t valued or respected by society. And that’s not a good way to feel around the holidays.
What about saying “Happy Holidays” to someone who celebrates Christmas—won’t that make them feel bad, too? Unfortunately, there’s a chance of that, especially because Christmas is still so widely celebrated. But one holiday being more popular than the others doesn’t mean you should ignore the other ones.
Think of it this way: “Happy Holidays” includes Christmas as one of those holidays, and “Merry Christmas” leaves out everything other than Christmas.
If you live in an area with mostly Christians, or if you know someone has a Menorah and not a Christmas tree, you can generally feel safe with a “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Hanukkah.” But if you don’t know, or aren’t quite sure, it’s probably best to stay general rather than taking a guess and potentially making someone feel bad.
So, “Happy Holidays” or “Merry Christmas”?
A good rule of thumb: if you don’t know what someone celebrates, use the broader term. It’s as easy as that.
It’s not an insult to Christmas. It’s an inclusive way of wishing someone well and showing that you respect and value whatever tradition they observe. Actress and comedian Whoopi Goldberg agrees:
″‘Happy Holidays’ allows everybody to be included…When you’re walking past somebody, you don’t know what their religious beliefs are or whether they have them. If they have religious beliefs and you can’t tell what they are, say ’Happy holidays.”
If Whoopi says so, there’s got to be something to it.
In a time of year that’s already hectic, wondering what to wish people can be yet another stress. But don’t forget that even with all the errands, tasks, and projects that need to be finished up by the end of the year, this is also a season that’s supposed to be happy or merry. You’re wishing someone a positive time of year. What matters most is the sentiment, not the specific holiday they celebrate.
Sure, there’s the occasional stickler who demands specificity—“What holidays do you mean?” Still, most people will see your attempt at sharing seasonal cheer and shoot you a smile, rather than insisting you clarify exactly which holiday you have in mind. Even if you celebrate one holiday and the person you’re talking to observes another one, by using the inclusive term, you’re doing your part to make sure everyone’s holiday actually is as happy as it can be.
Do you want to create your own Christmas cards this year? Are you looking for some new languages or new words to wish you a merry Christmas? Read on to.
While on a recent Christmas shopping excursion, I wanted to thank a cashier and say, “Merry Christmas.” But I hesitated, because I didn’t know whether it was too early to wish anyone a Merry Christmas.
You’ll get no argument from me that it’s appropriate to wish someone a Merry Christmas on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, but when do you start?
According to the retail Illuminati, who decide such things as what overpriced or annoying toys you must buy for children each year, the Christmas season kicks off the day after Thanksgiving or Black Friday. So do we follow the rules and start wishing people Merry Christmas in November, just because some unknown force has decreed the day after Thanksgiving the start of the Christmas holiday season? As strange as it would be to have someone wishing you a Merry Christmas in November, I’m sure there are people who do it.
But isn’t the last week of November too early to say “Merry Christmas?” How about Dec. 1? It’s at least the start of the Christmas month, but even then, it’s still 24 days away from Christmas Day. Perhaps, we can follow the example of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” and start the merry wishing on Dec. 14? However, even 14 days out still feels a bit odd. Thus, I pose this question to you. When is it appropriate to start saying, “Merry Christmas?”
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The Finnish greeting you’ll see and hear most often during the Christmas season is Hyvääjoulua! (Good Christmas!)
Personally, I think this phrase is at its best spoken when you are out and about.
Hyvää joulua! is a courteous, warm wish to sprinkle around like Christmas candy. This saying is always appropriate and never too personal.
Never too personal? Yup. There are things that are too personal to say to a random person in Finland. Like, How are you?Read more about that here.
When it comes to greeting family, messaging friends or writing a Facebook update for the holidays, I try to be more innovative.
In Finland, we have a charming selection of Christmas greetings you can use instead of Hyvää joulua!
Sidenote, I struggled to find exactly same meaning adjectives in English. That’s why I sometimes write few adjectives so that you can interpret the tone of the Finnish adjective more correctly.
#1 Rauhallista joulua = Peaceful Christmas!
#2 Iloista joulua = Happy, cheerful Christmas!
#3 Hauskaa joulua = Merry, fun Christmas!
#4 Valoisaa joulua = Bright Christmas!
#5 Leppoisaa joulua!= Jovial, cozy, relaxing Christmas!
#6 Tunnelmallista joulua! = Atmospheric Christmas! Refers to the coziness of Christmas.
#7 Jouluiloa! = Christmas joy!
#8 Joulurauhaa! = Christmas peace!
#9 Kiireetöntä joulua = Unrushed, relaxing Christmas!
#10 Ihanaa joulua = Lovely Christmas!
What was your favorite out of the ten greetings?
You can also substitute joulua (Christmas) with joulunaikaa (Christmas time).
For example, Leppoisaa joulunaikaa! or Ihanaa joulunaikaa!
By the way, did you notice that, in Finnish, Christmas is always written with small letters?
Watch the video if you want to hear how the Finnish pronunciation goes!
Hands down, the most popular, traditional phrase on a Finnish Christmas card is Hyvää joulua ja onnellista uutta vuotta! (Good Christmas and happy New Year!)
In Finnish business life, we sometimes write Hyvää joulua ja kiitos kuluneesta vuodesta!(Good Christmas and thank you for the past year!).
This phrase is often used when Finnish companies say their holiday greetings to their customers and partners.
Because of this awareness, I will not wish you a “Merry Christmas” and I will discourage my children from wishing you a “Merry Christmas” as.
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