“Merry Christmas, I whisper to myself, Merry Christmas, Nate.” Lisa Ann Sandell.
“Although it has been said many times, in many ways … Merry Christmas to you!” Nat King Cole.
“It’s” Merry Christmas “in our house, whatever it is in yours, have a happy one, and be good to someone.” Stephen King.
“It’s like a little popular song, I think it was Harry Belafonte or someone like that.” And “Merry Christmas, Everybody” by Slade, which is a rock band, a rock-pop band that’s very big. . ” Nick Lowe
“Merry Christmas, movies! Merry Christmas, Emporium! Merry Christmas, old and wonderful building and loan!” George Bailey
“Merry Christmas to all my friends, except two.” Fields W C.
“Jowa na kita? Thanks! Merry Christmas!” Toni Gonzaga
“It does not bother me a bit when people say ‘Merry Christmas.’ I do not think they’re bothering me or preparing to put me in a ghetto. Ben Stein.
“Last Christmas, I received the worst gift a boy ever gave me, he gave me a lottery ticket … what does the boy think there? Here you have … nothing! Merry Christmas! It’s nothing! Norm Macdonald.
“Leo had recently discovered how to change the screen, like the JumboTron in Times Square, so now the banner says: Merry Christmas! All your gifts belong to Leo!” Rick Riordan.
“A very happy Christmas and a happy new year Let’s hope it’s a good Without any fear.” John Lennon.
“He sent me a” Merry Christmas, I’m breaking with you “card, I’ll read it,” he said. He cleared his throat. “Dear Marcus, Merry Christmas, I’m breaking up with you, Mia.” Megan Mccafferty
“Be happy, I know everything, with holly dressing the festive room, prepare the song, the banquet, the dance, to welcome the happy Christmas.” William Spencer.
“Merry Christmas for everyone.” A pagan holiday (BC) becomes a religious holiday (AD), which then becomes a holiday shopping (USA). ” Neil Degrasse Tyson.
“It does not bother me a bit when people say ‘Merry Christmas.’ I do not think they’re bothering me or preparing to put me in a ghetto – it’s Christmas in my heart that puts Christmas on the air.” William Thomas Ellis.
“Christmas nonsense, uncle!” said Scrooge’s nephew. “You do not mean that, I’m sure?” “I do,” said Scrooge. “Merry Christmas, what right have you to be happy? What reason do you have to be happy? You’re poor enough.” Charles Dickens.
“All companies in the United States should be on their knees thanking Jesus for being born.” Without Christmas, most American businesses would be much less profitable, more than enough reason for businesses to shout “Merry Christmas.” Bill O’Reilly
“Christmas and the New Year are actually two holidays, so there is a plural that, in the English language, requires the use of ‘s.’ I suppose you could say ‘Merry Christmas’ and ‘Happy New Year,’ but You probably do not have to do anything. ” Jon Stewart
“Every idiot who walks with a ‘Merry Christmas’ on his lips should be boiled with his own pudding, and buried with a stake of holly in his heart.” Charles Dickens.
“If your birthday is Christmas day and you’re not Jesus, you should start telling people that your birthday is June 9 or something, just read the features of a Gemini.” Suddenly, you’re a multitasker who loves the yellow color, because not only do you keep the combined gift, but the song. ” We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy birthday, Terry, we wish you a Merry Christmas, a happy birthday, Terry, we wish you a merry Christmas and Happy New Year, birthday, Terry, “Ellen Degeneres.
“And from the crew of Apollo 8, we closed with good night, good luck, a Merry Christmas, and may God bless you all, all of you on the good Earth.” Frank Borman.
“I say ‘Merry Christmas’ to people I do not know, or to people I know who are Christian, I say ‘Happy Hanukkah’ to people I know they are or I suspect they are Jewish, and I do not say ‘Happy Kwanzaa'” Because I think African-Americans they receive enough insults throughout the year. “Christopher Hitchens.
“Many happy Christmases, many happy years, uninterrupted friendship, great accumulations of happy memories and affections on earth, and heaven for all of us.” Charles Dickens.
“Maybe Christmas, the Grinch thought, does not come from a store.” Dr. Seuss.
“You can not allow the forces of political correctness to shut you up, I mean, why are people afraid to say ‘Merry Christmas’? Give me a break, if people do not like it, yes, they can go and do another thing. ” Benjamin Carson.
“I made a French movie called ‘Merry Christmas’, which is a very European film, it’s a piece of the First World War.” Diane Kruger
“The spirit of Christmas is the spirit of love, generosity and kindness, it illuminates the window of the soul, and we observe the busy life of the world and we are more interested in people than in things.” Thomas S Monson.
“He told me that if I cleaned all the ashes from the grate, then I could help my sisters prepare for the dance.” “It’s Christmas, Dashiel, do you give that attitude a break?” “Merry Christmas, dad, and thanks for the gifts.” “What gifts?” “Sorry, they were all from Mom, right?” Rachel Cohn .
“The charming aspect of Christmas is the fact that it expresses goodwill in a happy, happy, benevolent way and without sacrifices.” One says: “Merry Christmas” -not “Cry and Repent.” And goodwill is expressed in a material, earthly form: give gifts to one’s friends, or send them cards in memory … “Ayn Rand.
“He told me that if I cleaned all the ashes from the grate, then I could help my sisters prepare for the dance.” “It’s Christmas, Dashiel, can not you give that attitude a break?” “Merry Christmas, dad, and thanks for the gifts.” “What gifts?” “Sorry, that was all from Mom, right?” Rachel Cohn.
“I send my thoughts from afar, and I let them paint Christmas day at home.” Edward Rowland Sill.
“The red guy is back on pole, Up North where everything is cold, but if he were here tonight, he would say ‘Merry Christmas! And everyone, good night!’ Kurtis Blow.
“What happens with Christmas is that it almost does not matter what mood you are in or what kind of year you’ve had, it’s a new beginning.” Kelly Clarkson.
“In case someone wanted to know, now we have entered the Christmas season, Christmas as in Jesus Christ, this is not the season of” happy holidays “… I do not” Happy Holidays “because I will” Merry Christmas “you change”. Lyn Nofziger.
“Bloody Christmas, here again, let’s raise a loving cup, peace on earth, goodwill for men, and let them wash.” Wendy Cope.
“How many observe the birthday of Christ! How few, his precepts!” Benjamin Franklin.
“A word for the wise to all children of the twentieth century, whether it is pediatrics or geriatrics, if they crawl on their hands and knees and wear diapers or walk with a cane and comb their beards. at Christmas, and there is a special power reserved for small people, in short, there is nothing more powerful than the meek, and a merry Christmas for all. ” Rod Serling
“I do not think Christmas is necessarily about things, it’s about being good to one another, it’s about Christian ethics, it’s about goodness.” Carrie Fisher.
“I like Christmas in general … In its clumsy form, it approaches peace and goodwill, but it is more clumsy every year.” E M Forster.
“In the course of the twenty-fifth of this month, do not remember that the Divine Heart that never walked on earth was born that day, and then smile and have fun for the rest, because joy is also the creation of heaven.” Leigh Hunt.
“The roses are reddish The violets are blued If it were not for Christmas, we would all be Jews.” Benny Hill.
“Be Merry Christmas! What is Christmas for you, but it is a time to pay the bills without money, a moment to find you a year older, but not a richer hour … If I could do my will”, said Scrooge with indignation. “Every idiot who walks with ‘Merry Christmas’ on his lips should be boiled with his won pudding, and buried with a holly stake in his heart. Charles Dickens.
“Every year we celebrate the holy season of Advent, O God, every year we pray those beautiful prayers of longing and waiting, and sing those beautiful songs of hope and promise.” Karl Rahner.
“I do not know what to do!” shouted Scrooge, laughing and crying at the same time; and making a perfect Laocoon of himself with his stockings. “I’m as light as a feather, I’m as happy as an angel, I’m as happy as a school kid, I’m as dizzy as a drunk man, Merry Christmas to everyone! Happy New Year to everyone! The world! Hello, here! Oh, hello! “Charles Dickens.
“Let’s be naughty and save Santa the trip.” Gary allan
“Is not it funny that at Christmas something in you feels so alone? I do not know what it is exactly, but it’s something that you do not care so much not to have at other times.” Kate Langley Bosher.
“Merry Christmas to all! Happy New Year to the world!” Charles Dickens.
“The spirit of Christmas lives with us, we are the protectors of the true tradition of Christmas, peace on Earth and Good Will for all, we are the hope of Man, the only hope. Our hands, with our technology and the ability that we can create here on Earth is a true heaven where men can be free in our hands is the power to return to Man his determinism and everything he finds good in himself: his honesty, his integrity and the emotion of being real helps others, a very happy Christmas for all of you and a brilliant new year. ” L Ron Hubbard.
“I love Christmas, not only for the gifts, but for all the decorations and lights and the heat of the season.” Ashley Tisdale.
“I wrapped up my Christmas presents earlier this year, but I used the wrong paper, look, the paper I used said ‘Happy birthday’, I did not want to waste it, so I just wrote ‘Jesus’ on it.” Demetri Martin
“The Church does not observe superstitiously the days, simply as days, but as memorials of important events, Christmas could be kept as one day of the year as another, but there should be a declared day to commemorate the birth of our Savior, because there is danger that what is done on any day is neglected. ” Samuel Johnson
“Christmas is the season of joy, exchanges of holidays, gifts and families together.” Norman Vincent Peale.
“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 only once a year “Thomas Tusser.
“You can never have enough socks,” said Dumbledore. “Another Christmas came and went and I did not get a single pair, people will insist on giving me books.” J. K. Rowling.
“Let’s keep Christmas bright …” Grace Noll Crowell.
“The earth has aged with its burden of care, but at Christmas it is always young, the heart of the jewel burns bright and beautiful, and its soul full of music breaks the air, when the song of the angels is sung.” Phillips Brooks.
“Santa Claus has the right idea: visit people only once a year.” Victor Borge.
“Sometimes I think we wait too long for Christmas Day, we try to pile up the long delays of kindness and humanity throughout the year, as for me, I like to go Christmas little by little, throughout the year.” . “Ray Stannard Baker.
“Christmas! The same word brings joy to our hearts.” Joan Winmill Brown.
“The main reason why Santa is so happy is because he knows where all the bad girls live.” George Carlin
“What I do not like about Christmas parties in the office is looking for work the next day.” Phyllis Diller
“Christmas is a season to light the fire for hospitality in the living room, the great flame of charity in the heart”. Washington Irving.
“Christmas is the day that lasts all the time together.” Alexander Smith
“Christmas … is not an external event at all, but a piece of the house that one carries in one’s heart”. Freya Stark
“The Supreme Court ruled that they can not have a birth scene in Washington, DC This was not for any religious reason, they could not find three wise men and a virgin.” Jay Leno
“Once I bought my children a set of batteries for Christmas with a note that said, toys not included.” Bernard Manning
“Once again, we come to the holiday season, a deeply religious moment that each of us observes, in his own way, going to the mall of his choice.” Dave Barry.
“Love came down at Christmas, all love, divine love, love was born at Christmas, the star and the angels gave the signal.” Christina Rossetti.
“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.
“Our hearts become tender with the memories of childhood and the love of relatives, and we are better all year round because, in spirit, we are children again at Christmas.” Laura Ingalls Wilder.
“If I were a philosopher, I should write a philosophy of toys, which shows that you do not need to take anything else seriously in life, and that Christmas day in the company of children is one of the few occasions in which men they come back completely alive. ” Robert Wilson Lynd.
“Christmas Eve was a night of songs that wrapped around you like a shawl, but it got hotter than your body, your heart warmed … it also filled it with melody that would last forever.” Bess Streeter Aldrich.
“Humanity is a great, immense family … This is demonstrated by what we feel in our hearts at Christmas.” Pope John Xxiii.
“Christmas is a day of meaning and traditions, a special day in the warm circle of family and friends.” ~ (1925-), English political leader. “Margaret Thatcher.
“You can never have enough socks” JK Rowling.
“Christmas Day is a day of joy and charity, may God make you very rich in both.” Phillips Brooks.
“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
“The gifts of time and love are surely the basic ingredients of a truly happy Christmas.” Peg Bracken.
“Good news from heaven that the angels bring, happy news to the land they sing: Today we are given a child, to crown us with the joy of heaven.” Martin Luther
“The joy you give to others is the joy that gives you back” 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 every Christmas card I write, your days are happy and bright, and all your Christmases are white.” Irving Berlin.
“Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and lo and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.” Norman Vincent Peale.
“In the old days, it was not called the holiday season, the Christians called it ‘Christmas’ and went to church, the Jews called it ‘Hanukkah’ and went to the synagogue, the atheists went to parties and drank. street would say ‘Merry Christmas!’ or ‘Happy Hanukkah!’ or (to atheists) “Beware of the wall!” Dave Barry.
“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.
“The joy of brightening other lives, carrying the burdens of others, easing the burdens of others and supplanting empty hearts and lives with generous gifts becomes for us the magic of Christmas.” William Carey Jones.
“Christmas is truly Christmas when we celebrate it, giving light of love to those who need it most”. Ruth Carter Stapleton.