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Happy Holidays

Jesmcd2
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It is Christmas Morning, but not everyone celebrates its. Some celebrate Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, and other religions. Some are atheist's. I'm a firm believer in every one having the right to believe in what makes them feel whole! For that reason l don't talk religion or politics πŸ˜πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

For EVERYONE in our chat family, from my Family to Yours l Truly Wish You The Very Best!

Love JesπŸŽ„πŸŽ…

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Fancy1959
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Jess,

Ditto! Right back at you!.

Fancy

Well said Jesmcd2

jesmcd2, I wish you the very best too! :)

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year too! :)

Amen, Jes!

CalfeeChick
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Thank you for sharing. I also believe each is entitled to decide their own beliefs. So whether I say Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwannza or Happy Holidays, it is always said with love and good willπŸ’ž

You are so right! Merry Christmas to all!πŸŽ…πŸŽ„

Thank you! A happy holiday season to everyone here!

Jesmcd2
Jesmcd2CommunityAmbassador

Well l put this out there as l grew up Catholic, and had a major falling out. I'm now Methodist, my girls baptised, after fighting with the ex to GET them baptised. My one daughter is atheist, one is Baptist, and 1 is still searching. πŸ’“ I hold that right strong for everyone!

Because bottom line. We are all different, yet all the same! No judgement!

Love JesπŸŽ„

Jes, you were so smart to point out that our differences should be celebrated. Way to be you clever girl! Love, Kelly xx

I grew up American Baptist. My 3x great grandmother was the first female Universalist Reverend. Boy did I grow up trying to live up to the expectations of family. Probably why I believe every belief is good and should be accepted.

Thank you for all your wonderful words! Wishing everyone the happiest time they can have!

Me too. I was raised Catholic. I remember a nun telling us, it really did not matter what religion we are, and to respect them all. A priest once told my brother to study Hinduism and Buddhism to better understand Catholicism. Seems we have so much that is similar in all the paths? I have an atheist fried who talks of being blessed by the Universe. Probably all seekers on the same path?

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