Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Christmas Day

When you don't believe in Christmas Day, every day is Christmas Day.

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  1. Ok, I've been on the rum-punch concoction, so my version is: when you don't believe in Christmas Day, no day is Christmas Day. Hope you don't mind NP. I'm just chilling as a human being.

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    1. Oddly enough, I was thinking along the same lines.

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  2. No, not never, should I ever, comment on this or that on today of all days.

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  3. Marty, I see pine trees swirled in snow near you. They have no holiday label. Maybe you could write an aphorism?

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  4. Hi Marty and Happy Holidays! OK, wasn’t quite sure about this one. To me, it could mean either...When you don’t believe in Christmas Day, every day is Christmas Day because you are always expecting something wonderful to happen. Or...When you don’t believe in Christmas Day, every day is Christmas Day because it’s just another day to you. Interesting either way. As usual, you've got me thinking about it LOL!

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  5. That is the way it should be!! :-)

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  6. Every day should be Christmas Day, regardless of whether you believe in it or not.

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  7. Marty, your aphorisms are reminiscent of a well-constructed pot of chili. The first bite is pretty simple, a textural experience on the tip of the tongue with development of flavors and a little spice on the way down. After a few more bites, that spice goes from one note to complex and sensual, a true delight for the palate. Just had to say that. As for your aphorism, when I'm living in the moment, instead of being focused on expectations, every day is as magical as Christmas Day.

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  8. I normally look forward to every day with the same excitement as Christmas Day. Hard not to when I've got myself such a wonderful fiance, and family.

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  9. I'm not sure how to respond to this one because I do believe in Christmas. And I feel it more than one day a year. It's a spirit that guides me every day.

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  10. Hope you had a good Christmas! That said, then I'm going to extend this out a bit in my twisted fashion.

    If you don't believe in God, then everything is God.

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  12. I read this 3x and found a different meaning each time! Ultimately, I landed in a positive and inspiring place. Thank you for that!

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  13. Looking at it from a Christian point of view I'd have to agree. As everyday has the gift of live for me.

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  15. One way to say "Every day is a gift". Love your insight!

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