Sunday, December 24, 2023

The Secularization of Christmas

Tonight we went to Lac Lafarge in Coquitlam. Traffic was all bottle necked at one side of the lake so we parked on the other side of the lake. There was a lot of people there but it was nice. They have Christmas lights up all along the lake. It's a bit smaller than Lost Lagoon in Stanley park.

I noticed one big difference between Christmas here in Vancouver and Christmas in Central America. Here there is nothing religious. There, everything is. Religious freedom doesn't mean you're not allowed to celebrate your religious traditions. It means you are.

I think with all the Covid nonsense we saw a clear attempt to kill Christmas so many of us are making an extra effort this year to keep those traditions alive. Now we see a determined effort to secularize Christmas. I'm all for people celebrating Christmas however they want. I put a Santa inflatable up because I thought it wouldn't be religiously offensive. If the kids ask me who that is I just say he was a old man who would give gifts to children. Nothing wrong with that.

People are free to celebrate Vaisakhi, Diwali, Hanukkah or Ramadan. People can celebrate whatever they want. Usually I just enjoy making it through Christmas and look forward to the New Year but I really think it's important to see through the WEF's secularization of everything and their crazy agenda. First they take religious freedom away then they take every other freedom away after that. We need to keep Christmas. As for all the stress I think people often have unrealistic expectations at Christmas. Keep it simple and relax. That's the intent.

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