Christmas celebration and traditions is the biggest holiday in the world. It is a time for family and reflection and gifting. The most important thing about Christmas, however, is that we celebrate the birthday of Christ.
All over the world, Christians celebrate Christ’s birthday. Each culture celebrates Christmas differently, but the one thing all Christians have in common when celebrating Christmas is Jesus Christ’s birthday.
Every country celebrates Christmas differently. The meaning behind Christmas may be the same, but some traditions, food, and gift are different. Christmas is a time for celebration and spending time with the special people in our lives.
When I was younger, we celebrated Christmas with the family and the neighborhood.
Christmas celebration was when we made special foods like cakes, pudding, exotic fruit, and a large meal with roast beef, mac and cheese, fresh fish, and delicious side dishes.
We did not have a lot of presents, but we were happy because we were together. We would go from house to house at Christmas time, celebrate Christmas with our neighbors, eat and drink seasonal foods, and socialize.
Christmas celebration in Canada is a massive celebration. Everywhere you go, there are Christmas decorations.
Each shopping mall is nicely decorated elaborately with Christmas trees, wreaths, and ornaments. Every store you visit has some festive décor. Canadian decorate their homes with Christmas trees and other Christmas décors like wreaths, garlands, and flowers.
The meal that most Canadian have on Christmas day is turkey with all the trimming, ham, roast beef, mash potatoes, and other side dishes that complement the main course. Canadian families and friends get together to eat a special dinner, exchange presents and have a good time.
Whatever your culture or Christmas tradition, the most important thing about Christmas is a community, celebration, socializing, love and togetherness.