Let's extend this Christmas cheer and thanks giving all-year round!
More than anything else, we celebrate Christmas to remember the greatest gift we received from God, His only son, Jesus Christ to whom we give our greatest thanks.
The warmth and joy we feel from our loved ones is a priceless gift we’re lucky to receive!
Let December be a month of positive vibes and open our homes to friends and relatives to celebrate all the good that has happened.
Let's look past the material value of a gift and instead be thankful that the person giving it is alive and well, a friend or acquaintance who thought of you during this season.
A mountain of gifts compares nothing to spending Christmas with beloved friends and family, exchanging stories, laughter and thanks.
This season gives us a sense of joy in anticipation of the coming days to be with each other, let it fill your spirit and be at peace.
There are so many other ways of showing gratitude, why not help out at a shelter or do community service at your school. Your family and friends will surely appreciate the time and effort they get from you.
Like a good cup of tea or a Christmas jingle playing on the radio, there are so many things to feel happy about.
And how we can be kind in the simplest of forms, a compliment, a greeting or as simple as saying "Thank you" won't cost you money or effort.
Be grateful to God, to your loved ones and all the blessings in your life all year round, you don't need to wait for Christmas.
Say your thanks! It's free and you'll feel so much better doing so, others will definitely appreciate your gratitude.
Keep them in your life and express your thanks so you can in return, make them happy.
The Grinch's memorable line where he finally realizes what Christmas should be about, don’t you agree?
Before you begin writing your new resolutions, step back and check what you have accomplished from last year's, use this month to finish what you promised to do.