This Outside Christmas Decorations article is all about spreading only a little Christmas cheer to some sort of in much need of some. The acknowledgment of the beloved holiday remains under attack for its ties to Christianity. More and more retailers, swayed with a very loud minority, try to walk a fine line by directly referencing Christmas less than possible, if at all. This is incredibly hypocritical when you realize that the lion-share of the beloved holiday profits are tied right to Christmas morning or “December 25th,” as Merry Christmas Wishes their shipping/shopping-days-left promotions articulate; so non-cleverly I may add. They gamble on the belief that a lot of who embrace Christmas will need the “high-road” and not create a big deal about having less acknowledgment. Meanwhile, they show more loyalty to a militant-minority, hell-bent on drawing negative focus on the existence of this kind of “exclusive” holiday. The truth is that wherever you stand in your faith, you can enthusiastically and without compromise, wish the entire world a Merry Christmas and still overwhelmingly be given a positive response.
So how do we take the “high-road,” while also showing our support for Christmas? First, never miss an opportunity to genuinely wish everyone a “Merry Christmas.” And should you happen to encounter a Christmas Grinch, just smile and turn another cheek. Don’t get trapped in a pointless, negative debate; that’s just what they want. Represent the true spirit of Christmas White Christmas Tree by sincerely being much more nice to them, effectively giving them the stocking of a hot lump of coal they so richly deserve. Secondly, carry only a little extra money to drop in the Salvation Army can, and anonymously take action special for anyone. Doing things for recognition has become so commonplace, how beautiful and magical it is when you take action for anyone in a strange and anonymous way. Finally, beautifully decorate your outdoor Christmas decor with some outside Christmas decorations that proclaim to all who pass by, that you sincerely wish goodwill to all mankind in what of; “Merry Christmas!”