Here we are.. the 1st of December. Heading
into the holidays, called Christmas and New
Years Eve.. and New Years day.
Most people get the "Christmas spirit"
which is where everyone is nice to everyone.
At least they try to be.
So what is it about Christmas that makes
people think they should be nice to people,
but not the rest of the year. Why are they
even nice during this holiday season? Is
it because Jesus was born? Because Jesus
is with us year around.. so why not be nice
year around.. after all, this is the "Christian"
thing to do..
Which brings me to the politically correct
question.. are Jewish people, Muslins, and
etc. nicer during December?
Personally, if you are going to be nice to
people, it should be year around and have
nothing to do with religious reasons.