Christmas is just around the corner but how do you celebrate christmas during recession, when feeling so down surrounds you.
Christmas is just once a year but recession is here for long time now. Lets look on the brighter side of
Is it enough to have foods for Christmas time and then be worried the whole year through? It is when we are about to give up, that things start to lighten up. Looking at our child, while he is asking what is there for Christmas and wishing for things and hoping Santa Claus is real. What can you give, if you are empty pocket and out of job?
Adult would understand what a child would find it hard to comprehend, “how come others can enjoy what i can not during Christmas time? Give your child a tight hug and he will appreciate it for life. There are places you can go to that will not cost much but your child would appreciate. The saddest feeling a Mother can have, is not being able to give what her child wants during this holiday and worst is not being able to provide for the coming days too. But better opportunity might be on your way, when you least expect it.
What about feeling empty stomach for others, staying on the street while feeling so cold. Feeling like nobody cares anymore. In this busy world,especially during holidays, there are still people who really cares and it is not just by words but they are going around to share what they have, spreading love and giving hope to others.
Christmas brings hope and message that there is hope for tomorrow and every symbol of Christmas has a better message to offer.Keep dreaming, even if you are loosing hope. Show your child the strength that they need, when they are feeling low. Keep your faith, your child would feel it.
Christmas during recession is not really so much fun, more worries sometimes, but there is life after Christmas and there will always be days like that but we all know, things get better in time and we just have keep our faith, action and prayers together!
Share your blessing and put a smile on a child face and lightens the heart!
Feel Merry and Enjoy Christmas and have wonderful Holidays even during Recession!