“Christmas in my house is always at least six or seven times more pleasant than in any other place, we start drinking early, and while everyone else sees only Santa Claus, we will see six or seven.” Fields W C.
“Oh Christmas sun, what a holy task it is yours to bend a world in God’s embrace!” Guy Wetmore Carryl.
“The worst gift is a fruit cake, there’s only one fruit cake around the world, and people keep sending them to each other.” Johnny Carson
“I can understand people simply by fleeing the mountainous effort that Christmas has become … but there are always some saving graces and finally compensate for all the annoyance and anguish.” May sarton.
“The roses are reddish The violets are blued If it were not for Christmas, we would all be Jews.” Benny Hill.
“The end of the year does not offer more pleasure than the opportunity to express greetings and good wishes for your season, that your holidays and new year are filled with joy.” Charles Dickens.
“I like Christmas in general … In its clumsy form, it approaches peace and goodwill, but it is more clumsy every year.” E M Forster.
“Oh, beautiful voices from heaven that sang the Savior’s birth, do not you still sing on high, You sang,” Peace on earth “? Felicia Hemans.
“Great, little one, whose all-embracing birth raises the Earth to Heaven, lets Heaven fall to Earth.” Richard Crashaw
“In Christmastime there is a remarkable breakdown of taste and intelligence, mature and responsible men wear ties made of holly leaves and drink alcoholic beverages with raw egg yolks and cottage cheese in them.” P. J. O’Rourke.
“Remember this December, that love weighs more than gold!” Josephine Dodge Daskam Bacon.
“I love the Christmas tide, and yet I realize that every year I live, I always like the gifts I receive, but how I love the gifts I give!” Carolyn Wells
“The earth has aged with its burden of care, but at Christmas it is always young …” Phillips Brooks.
“Sing, hear, sing, hear, for Christmas day, twine the mistletoe and holly, for a friendship that shines in the winter snows, and then let’s all be happy! At Christmas play and have joy, because Christmas arrives once a year “Thomas Tusser.
“The best of all the gifts around any Christmas tree: the presence of a happy family, all wrapped up together.” Bill Vaughan.
“Bless us Lord, this Christmas, with tranquility, teach us to be patient and always to be kind.” Helen Steiner Rice.
“Blessed is the season that involves everyone in a conspiracy of love.” Hamilton Wright Mabie.
“Christmas is a necessity, there has to be at least one day of the year to remind us that we are here for something more than for us.” Eric Sevareid
“Nothing is as bad as giving a small child something useful for Christmas.” Kin Hubbard.
“Anything else that gets lost over the years, let’s keep Christmas bright: any doubt that assaults us, or their fears, let’s keep it close one day, remembering its poignant meaning to the hearts of men, faith again.” Grace Noll Crowell.
“Along with a circus there is nothing that accumulates and tears faster than the Christmas spirit.” Kin Hubbard.
“Christmas is the time when children tell Santa what they want and adults pay for it.” Deficits are when adults tell the government what they want and their children pay for it. Richard Lamm
“Oh, look, another Christmas TV special! How moving it is that the meaning of Christmas is brought to us by the tail, the fast food and the beer … Who would have imagined that the consumption of products, the entertainment popular and spirituality would be mixed so harmoniously? “Bill Watterson.
“Christmas is a day of meaning and traditions, a special day that is spent in the warm circle of family and friends.” ~ (1925-), English political leader. “Margaret Thatcher.
“Christmas is doing something extra for someone.” Charles M Schulz.
“Send your packages by mail in advance so that the post office can lose them in time for Christmas.” Johnny Carson
“That is the true spirit of Christmas, people who are helped by people other than me.” Jerry Seinfeld.
“A small smile, a word of joy, a little love from someone close, a small gift from someone you love, best wishes for next year, they make a happy Christmas!” John Greenleaf Whittier.
“Christmas is a time when everyone wants their past to be forgotten and their present to be remembered.” Phyllis Diller
“I’m dreaming of a white Christmas, with each Christmas card I write, may your days be happy and bright, and that all your Christmases be white.” Irving Berlin.
“Christmas! The same word brings joy to our hearts.” Joan Winmill Brown.
“Let’s keep Christmas bright …” Grace Noll Crowell.
“Stack more wood! – The wind is cold, but let it whistle as you like, we will continue to cheer Christmas.” Walter Scott.
“A Christmas gambol could often brighten the poor man’s heart during the middle of the year.” Walter Scott.
“Christmas … is not an external event at all, but a piece of the house that one carries in one’s heart”. Freya Stark