Christmas: Christmas And The Twelve Days Of Christmas

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Christmas, the season of joy and happiness. For most people this season starts in the end of November beginning of December, but for me this season means so much more and so it starts in January and ends in December. All year round I see the love of God get spread around and am constantly reminded of what it means that jesus came down and was born, died and came back to life for our sins. This is where I pull my joy from and for one reason or another it has always been the biggest holiday that I can think of to celebrate. The reason for this could come from when I was 18 months old I was having seizures and by the time I was five I was having up to 150 a day and I was barely surviving and it came down to a choice. 1) I could deal with the seizures for the rest of my life and take medication, but I wouldn 't survive for very long might die by the time I was a teenager. 2) I could have surgery and possibly die in the process but if I survive I wont have any more seizures maybe. My parents decided the ladder one, and proceeded to give me the surgery. Seven weeks later I emerge from my …show more content…
Epiphany falls on January 6th each year it is “the climax of the Advent/Christmas Season and the Twelve Days of Christmas” (epiphany). Easily one of the best days of the year also known as the twelfth night or three kings day because it is said that that is the day that the three wise men came to visit Jesus. Now I know this all sounds really weird and stuff but it really is the coolest thing that has happened to us since the day we were born. Im not saying you have to be so crazy like myself and believe in the reason behind the season. But remember that Jesus is the reason for the season, and no matter what you get or how you act there will always be jesus and his birth. Each part is important and that is how it should be not one is more important than the other but all are equally important symbolizing different

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