“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.
“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.
“This Advent we are looking for the Magi to teach us where to focus our attention, we fix our eyes on the things above, where God is, we approach Jesus … When our Advent journey ends, and we arrive at the place where Jesus resides in Bethlehem, that we, like the Magi, kneel and adore him as our true and only King. ” Mark Zimmermann.
“It’s Christmas every time you let God love others through you.” Mother Teresa.
“It’s Christmas every time you let God love others through you … yes, it’s Christmas every time you smile at your brother and offer him your hand.” Mother Teresa.
“Love the donor more than the gift.” Brigham Young
“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
“Christmas is a bridge, we need bridges as the river of time passes, Christmas today must mean creating happy hours for tomorrow and reliving yesterday’s ones.” Gladys Taber
“At Christmas, play and make good mood, because Christmas comes once a year.” Thomas Tusser.
“There is nothing sadder in this world than waking up on Christmas morning and not being a child.” Erma Bombeck.
“When we were kids we were grateful to those who filled our socks at Christmas, why are not we grateful to God for filling our stockings with legs?” Gilbert K. Chesterton.
“I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it throughout the year.” Charles Dickens.
“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.
“Remember that the Christmas heart is a generous heart, an open heart that first thinks of others.” George Matthew Adams.
“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 Christmas gift I received from my husband was a week to do what I wanted.” Olivia Williams
“A joy that is shared is a double joy.” John Roy
“The Christmas spirit – love – changes hearts and lives.” Pat Boone.
“Only in the souls the Christ is born, and there he lives and dies.” Alfred Noyes
“The best Christmas gift of all is the presence of a happy family wrapped one with the other, Jesus is the reason for the season, a powerful flame can explode from a small spark, the only blind person at Christmas is that He does not have Christmas in his heart. ” Helen Keller.
“There is no such sweet name on earth, no name so sweet in heaven, The name, before His wonderful birth, to Christ the Savior given.” George Washington Bethune.
“Dear Aunt Loretta, Thank you very much for the amazing pants! How did you know I wanted that for Christmas? I love how my pants look on my legs! All my friends will be so jealous that I have my own pants. This is the best Christmas of all time! Sincerely, Greg “Jeff Kinney.
“If we want to have the best Christmas of all, we must listen to the sound of our feet in sandals, we must reach the Carpenter’s hand, and with each step we take in their steps, we abandon a doubt and obtain a truth.” Thomas S Monson.
“It is a blessing to bestow, and yet, could we give the gifts we receive and keep the ones we give away? How happy were our Christmas days!” Carolyn Wells
“Oh Christmas sun, what a holy task it is yours to bend a world in God’s embrace!” Guy Wetmore Carryl.
“A song was heard at Christmas to awaken the midnight sky: the birth of a savior and peace on earth, and to praise God on high.” The angels sang at Christmas with all the hosts above, and still sang to the Newborn King His glory and his love. ” Timothy Dudley-Smith.
“This is the month, and this is the happy morning, in which the Son of the eternal King of heaven was born of the married Maiden and the Virgin Mother, our great redemption from above brought us.” John Milton
“The rooms were very quiet, while the pages passed smoothly and the winter sun glided to touch the bright heads and serious faces with a Christmas greeting.” Louisa May Alcott.
“Christmas is not a date, it’s a state of mind.” Mary Ellen Chase
“Christmas is not just a day, an event that must be observed and forgotten quickly, it is a spirit that must permeate every part of our lives.” William Parks.
“Do you have an old grudge that you would like to pay, some mistake that has accumulated in a past day? – Gather them now and leave them when Christmas arrives.The difficult thoughts are heavy, my friend, final, be kind to yourself, do not let nothing to make amends when Christmas arrives. ” William Haines Lytle.
“Christmas is a bridge, we need bridges as the river of time flows”. Gladys Taber
“I love Christmas, not only for the gifts, but for all the decorations and lights and the heat of the season.” Ashley Tisdale.
“Blessed is the season that involves everyone in a conspiracy of love, it’s Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas on the air.” William Thomas Ellis.
“The joy you give to others is the joy that gives you back” John Greenleaf Whittier.
“The best of all gifts around any Christmas tree: the presence of a happy family, all wrapped up in each other.” 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
“Christmas is for children, but it is also for adults, even if it is a headache, a task and a nightmare, it is a necessary period of thawing of cold and hidden hearts.” Lenora Mattingly Weber.
“The gifts of time and love are surely the basic ingredients of a truly happy Christmas.” Peg Bracken.
“It’s Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas in the air.” William Thomas Ellis.
“Happy, merry Christmas, which can bring us back to the delusions of our childhood days, remind the old man of the pleasures of his youth and transport the traveler back to his home and his quiet and peaceful home!” Charles Dickens.
“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
“Let us remember that the heart of Christmas is a generous heart, an open heart that thinks first of all, the birth of the child Jesus is the most significant event in all of history, because it has meant the outpouring in a world that is sick of healing medicine. of the love that has transformed all kinds of hearts for almost two thousand years … Underneath all the bulky bulges is the Christmas heart beating “. George Matthew Adams.
“Nothing is as bad as giving a small child something useful for Christmas.” Kin Hubbard.
“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.
“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.
“I’m dreaming of a white Christmas, like the ones I used to know.” Irving Berlin.
“The best part is that Christmas means a spirit of love, a moment in which the love of God and the love of our fellow human beings must prevail over all hatred and bitterness, a moment in which our thoughts and actions and the spirit of our lives manifest the presence of God. ” George McDougall.
“Santa is very happy because he knows where all the bad girls live.” Dennis Miller.
“I’m dreaming of a white Christmas, like the ones I used to know, where treetops shine and children listen to hear the sleigh in the snow.” Irving Berlin.
“But I am sure that I have always thought about the Christmas season, when it has arrived … as a good moment, a kind, indulgent, charitable, pleasant time, the only time I know, in the long calendar of the year, when the men and women seem by consent to open their quiet hearts freely. ” Charles Dickens.
“Christmas is truly Christmas when we celebrate it, giving light of love to those who need it most”. Ruth Carter Stapleton.
“For centuries, men have made an appointment with Christmas, Christmas means companionship, celebration, giving and receiving, a moment of good cheer, home.” William Jewett Tucker.
“One lovely thing about Christmas is that it’s obligatory, like a storm, and we all go through it together.” Garrison Keillor.
“The main reason why Santa is so happy is because he knows where all the bad girls live.” George Carlin