Monday, September 12, 2005

YOU magazine 15th Sept 2005 #935

Click the image above to view the star letter submitted to the YOU magazine, South Africa, dated 15th September 2005 (#935).

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Monday, September 05, 2005


Hi Dusty,

Well said. I agree totally and will be wishing everyone Happy Christmas/Merry Christmas!

Best wishes,


Saturday, September 03, 2005

Bring back Christmas

Dear All,

This is not an attack on any other religion.

As Christians we have turned the other cheek for far to long. We have allowed our religion to be insulted and pushed into the background of society by miniority religions in order that we don't offend anyone. It has become so bad that the RED CROSS refused to have anything to do with Christmas Cards so as not to insult any other religion.

Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus and it is an important time of Celebration and Joy towards all mankind, for Christians throughout the world.

With what is happening in the world now it is an important time to reclaim our right to celebrate as Christians and wish each other "Merry Christmas" not Happy Holidays or Seasons Greetings.

It is important to show others that we as Christians are proud of being so and will celebrate Christmas as Christmas.

This year when you send Christmas Greetings send them on a card that says "Merry Christmas" on it and not some message that disguises your religion and beliefs in the hope you won't insult anyone else who will celebrate their own religion proudly and openly.

It is also time to point out to retail stores that signs of "Seasons Greetings" are not good enough. They are coining it through Christians celebrating and spending money in their establishments. If they wish to decorate to encourage spending of customers for Christmas presents they should wish their clients Merry Christmas just as they do when they hang up signs for other religious celebrations.

If you feel as I do please pass this on and try and encourage Christians to promote Christmas as Christmas and not as a Season Greeting. Speak to your local retail outlet and express your opinion now before they put up decorations.

Remember for evil to succeed it only takes good men to look the other way.

Best Regards