For many people Santa Claus and other bringers of the Christmas gifts means holidays and celebrations. This is clear on the amount of money people are willing to spend in order to show that the Christmas gifts and giving go hand in hand. This however has lead to deep moral erosion.
Christmas celebration has lost all meaning as money is mindlessly poured into Christmas gifts and parties. People think that Christmas bear or the need for serious greed. It seems that the Christmas gifts and presents we get can and will never be enough. People often feel they need to give loads of expensive Christmas gifts to ensure happiness. What they fail to see is that all these Christmas gifts and lists are just futile desires. These Christmas gifts and parties are the fuel of social immorality. They are the coal put into the Christmas gifts to make us want more. What happened to just being together? What happened to family morality and spending time without Christmas gifts and meaningless trinkets? These are the many questions asked. Of course all these Christmas gifts and trinkets mean money for the manufactures of toys and the stuff we buy the Christmas gifts and gift giving seems to be the highlight of Christmas day.
The idea for Christmas presents can be confusing if you do not know what to get them. If you have a loved one that you are having trouble choosing a Christmas gift for, then try to think of something that they would like. Everyone at some point in their life would like to have a Christmas bear, but as these people get older maybe the Christmas bear just won't cut it anymore. Christmas gifts to family and friends can be an easy task some years and a total chore other years. It can also depend on how often you have seen that person that year, if you have seen them a lot that year, then you might of heard what type of gift that they would really like for Christmas.
We all know about the traditions of Santa Claus. The big red jolly man that lives in Lapland or the North Pole (it all depends on what you have been told). He is the man that comes out to all the good children on Christmas Eve. He comes down a chimney and then delivers presents under the tree. But not every country sees Santa Claus as the same person. In Japan Santa Claus is known as annual gift man and he lives on the moon. That is why a Japanese man or women will not understand you when you tell them about Santa Claus.
We all remember staying up on Christmas Eve trying to catch Santa Claus, but we never could. Santa Claus is a man of special powers; he is able to get to all the kids in the world because of a form time control. Have you ever woken up during Christmas Eve or the early hours of Christmas day feeling totally refreshed even though you may of only had a few hours sleep? If you have then you may understand what people mean when they talk about time control from Santa Claus. Or maybe we are all crazy. But whatever the reason we can all be sure of one thing. Santa Claus will be coming to town, and hopefully we won't end up with coal under our trees.