Yes, I mean, Santa Claus is not exactly a Christian thing. And I mean the popular figure of him. I have many friends that are non-believer and they still celebrate it and it's a family thing too. It happens the same with Easter, but here is the Bunny instead. *shrugs*
holidays are no longer a thing for Christians and etc, now its just a yearly event for stores to make money, and people to have fun im still a teen, but have never celebrated holidays my parents are jehovas witnesses, so ive only have one b-day but i was 3 :/
The way I see it, Christmas has become something far different from it's original meaning. It's become a time of exchanging gifts, and simply that to many, I don't see why people that aren't religious can't still participate in that part of 'christmas'/the holidays. And when American Media advertises the holidays for nearly two months prior to most holiday dates, it seems less of a religious thing and more of just an economy booster. >.>
Unless the non-religious have something against the economy, I don't see the problem.
TinybrainhippieFeatured By OwnerDec 24, 2011Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Of course. I'm a troll (I mean atheist) and I celebrate it. Besides, they're both pagan holidays. And the fact that Christians celebrate pagan holidays kind of sums it up. Besides, whos to say we can or cannot celebrate a holiday? Merry Christmas to you all.
Christmas i just a name, this celebration was before jesus, christians just took celebrations and put theyr own rools, Chrustmas night is the longest and day the shortest, so it can be celebrated by anyone