Christmas Pictures, Images and Photos 2014

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Christmas Jokes - Christmas Funny Jokes 2014

The best collection of our favorite Christmas jokes share or send with your friends, family members or special person..

Christmas Poems - Enjoy Christmas Poems, Best Collection, for Kids

Best Collection of Christmas Poems, Enjoy reading Christmas poems, Xmas poetry online for free, Religious Christmas poems, funny Christmas poems, Christmas love poems, poetry about the Christmas...

Christmas Stories | Read Chrismas stories, Short, for Kids and All

Christmas Stories of Charity, forgiveness, friendship, unselfish love and embodies the spirit of generosity. Follow the stories, what makes you unique and special Christmas spirit so will find many examples...

Christmas History | Why Celebrate Christmas, December 25?

LChristmas is a Celebration of Jesus Christ Birth, Christmas celebration more than two millennia in many religious, Pagan tradition includes a worldwide religious and secular celebration, has been developed...

Friday, 28 November 2014

Christmas Pictures, Images & Photos 2015

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Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Christmas Jokes - Christmas Funny Jokes 2015



The best collection of our favorite Christmas jokes share or send with your friends, family members or special person. Here you will find a wide cool santa jokes and christmas jokes for you to enjoy, use, and forward.

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What do snowmen eat for breakfast?
Ice Crispies.

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What do you get when you cross an archer with a gift-wrapper?
Ribbon hood.

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Q. What do you get if you cross mistletoe and a duck?
A. A Christmas Quacker.

Q. What do call Santa when he stops moving?
A. Santa Pause!

Q. Where does a snowman keep his money?
A. In a snow bank.

Q. Why do mummies like Christmas so much?
A. Because of all the wrapping!

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-Knock knock
*Who's there?
-Mary!
*Mary who?
-Merry Christmas

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Knock, knock
Who's there?
Chris!
Chris who?
Christmas!!!!

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The 4 stages of life: 
1. You believe in Santa Claus 
2. You don’t believe in Santa Claus 
3. You dress up as Santa Claus 
4. You look like Santa Claus 

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How does Santa sing the alphabet?

A B C D E F G...
H I J K L M N
Oh!, Oh!, Oh!,
P Q R S T U V W X Y Z!

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What do you call a kid who doesn't believe in Santa? 
A rebel without a Claus. 

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What do you call a kid who doesn't believe in Santa? 
A rebel without a Claus. 

Thursday, 6 November 2014

Christmas Poems - Enjoy Christmas Poems, Best Collection, for Kids



Merry Christmas all of you :). Here this blog Provide you Best Collection of Christmas Poems, Enjoy reading Christmas poems, Xmas poetry online for free, Religious Christmas poems, funny Christmas poems, Christmas love poems, poetry about the Christmas.



(1) Christmas Is a Holiday for Friends

Christmas is a holiday for friends,
However they may be, or not, related.
Remember that the three wise kings were strangers
In search of one remote, uncanny dream.
So may we all be far more than we seem,
Together bound for dark and haunting changes,
More lovely for the loves we have created
Along the lonely paths from means to ends,
Stumbling towards that star of Bethlehem.


(2) Listening For Santa

A squeak on the stairs.
Could Santa be here?
Better pull my blankets,
Up to my ears.

He comes down the chimney,
That's how he gets in.
Santa uses magic,
To make himself thin.

I better keep still,
Can't make a peep.
He doesn't leave toys,
Unless you're asleep.

My door just opened
Someone's by my bed.
It wasn't Santa after all,
Cause Mom just kissed my head.



(3) Christmas Time

Christmas Time is finally here,
It only comes but once a year.
And it's a time to spread good cheer,
To those we love and hold so dear.

Christmas Time is a time of glee,
A time when peace and love run free.
A time for those like you and me,
To sit beneath the Christmas Tree.

Christmas Time is a time of joy,
A time to sit back and enjoy.
The smile on each girl and boy,
As they play with a Christmas Toy.

Christmas Time is a time to share,
The passing of another year.
Birth of Jesus, a joyful prayer,
To show loved ones how much we care.

Christmas Time is a time for song,
A time for us to get along.
To make us feel Lord Jesus strong,
Forgive all those who did us wrong.

Christmas Time is a time to pray,
Put love and kindness on display.
Show compassion along the way,
Christmas Time should be everyday

(4) My Christmas Wish

Dear Santa
Christmas is coming and I know I should be glad
But to tell the real truth I am really really sad
You see I have lost something so precious to me
And there is no way you could put it back under my tree

I was given a job quite some time ago
I thought I could do it, but it wasn't so
I honestly did what I thought was the best
But what I really did was make quite a mess

I was given a family with daughters to raise
Oh how I wish I could relive those days
I would do it different, be a better mother
Maybe then we wouldn't hate each other

My house is no longer a happy one
There is no more laughter, no more fun
No one talks, no one seems to care
We are all just roommates with a place to share

I don't really know where things went all wrong
I truly thought love would keep the family strong
I realize now that it wasn't enough
Neither was buying them all kinds of stuff

Somewhere along the line I believe I've failed
Instead of love and caring it's hate that's prevailed
They have all given up they don't care anymore
And it breaks my heart to it's very core

I am tired of crying and feeling so bad
I want things to be happy and no longer be sad
I want my family back is that to much to ask
I don't really think it's an impossible task

Just talk to the girls and make them believe
That together there is nothing we can't achieve
We can be a family again, I know and I pray
They are just lost, please show them the way

Dear Santa I hope that you hear my plea
And bring my family back to me
I would be ever so grateful and I promise I'd be
A better mother than I'd been previously

(5) I Want You to Be Here with Me for Christmas

I want you to be here with me for Christmas,
Even if you leave your heart at home.
I know that lately my love makes you restless,
But it's too hard to spend this time alone.
My love for you is like the Christmas season:
Joyful, yet with knowledge of the end.
My need for you has neither hope nor reason:
If not a lover, please, just be a friend.

Please, just be a friend, and come to me
When all the world is bright with love and song.
You are my pillar and my fantasy,
My earth and yet the sky for which I long.

My need for you, of course, is mine, not yours,
Nor need you answer me but out of love.
This is the season when we open doors
To let in those whose need our hearts might move.

And after Christmas you may go your way
To leave me with my sadness and my dreams.
I have no right to bother you to stay,
Knowing how your heart, unaltered, leans.

I want you to be here with me for Christmas,
Even if you leave your heart at home.
What you decide, and why, is not my business,
But still for me it's hard to be alone.

(6) Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas!
Isn't it fun
To say "Merry Christmas"
To everyone?

Time for a party
And presents and things
That make children happy
And give their hearts wings!

(7) Merry Christmas to My Love

Merry Christmas to my love!
Enjoy the holiday!
Revel where the angels move,
Rejoice in what they say!
Years burn life down to a stub;
Christmas comes and goes.
Happiness lies at the nub,
Refuse of one's woes.
Inside the husk there is the seed,
Shivering with glory;
The midnight cold, the dire need,
Mere setting for the story.
All the labor, loss, and pain
Sings of beauty born again.

(8) Soldiers' Christmas

Creeping through the silent night,
Things that move are things of fright,
Sleighbells never ringing now
Angels seldom singing, now
Nothing comes to make their season bright.

(Chorus)
Ring the bells and praise the Lord
For our soldiers' love outpoured,
Post their names upon your tree
As they fight to keep us free,
Remember ... their gift forevermore.

Helicopters - guns and tanks
Moving now in guarded ranks,
Not a bit of Christmas cheer
That must wait 'til Home next year,
Since their only present is your "Thanks."

(Chorus)
Ring the bells and praise the Lord
For our soldiers' love outpoured,
Post their names upon your tree
As they fight to keep us free,
Remember ... their gift forevermore.

Now with many flags unfurled
Boys and girls from 'round the world
Lift their voices - battle cry
Bound to win or bound to die
Brave young heroes all - to chaos hurled.

(Chorus)
Ring the bells and praise the Lord
For our soldiers' love outpoured,
Post their names upon your tree
As they fight to keep us free,
Remember ... their gift forevermore.

Here at home with Christmas cheer
In this fun time of the year,
Let's pause a bit from what we've planned,
Singing songs - with praises ... and
Send a loving hug to soldiers dear.

(Chorus)
Ring the bells and praise the Lord
For our soldiers' love outpoured,
Post their names upon your tree
As they fight to keep us free,
Remember ... their gift forevermore.

(9) Pets In The North Pole

Here Ye, Here Ye there is much to do.
But the reindeer up north have caught the flu!

The presents are wrapped, the sleigh is all set.
So instead of reindeer, we're using your pets.

Just show them this note on Christmas Eve.
So when the time comes, they'll be ready to leave.

We'll take dogs we'll take snakes, we'll take hamsters and cats.
We'll take frogs we'll take lizards, we'll even take bats!

We'll pretty much take, whatever you've got.
For Santa's sleigh, we'll need a lot.

Your pet should leave when you're asleep.
So don't make a sound or a peep.

When your pet comes to fly the sleigh,
I'll make them fly, I'll show them the way.

We'll soar through the night up high in the sky.
Looking down at the houses as we fly on by.

Oh and thank you for helping Santa Clause.
From your old pal, Santa Paws.

(10) Christmas Is a Time for Love and Fun

Christmas is a time for love and fun,
A time to reshape souls and roots and skies,
A time to give your heart to everyone
Freely, like a rich and lavish sun,
Like a burning star to those whose lonely sighs
Show need of such a time for love and fun.

For children first, whose pain is never done,
Whose bright white fire of anguish never dies,
It's time to give your heart to every one,

That not one angel fall, to hatred won
For lack of ears to listen to her cries,
Or arms to carry him towards love and fun,

Or friends to care what happens on the run
To adult life, where joy or sadness lies.
It's time to give your heart to everyone,

For God loves all, and turns His back on none,
Good or twisted, ignorant or wise.
Christmas is a time for love and fun,
A time to give your heart to everyone.


Christmas Stories | Read Chrismas stories, Short, for Kids and All



Christmas Stories of Charity, forgiveness, friendship, unselfish love and embodies the spirit of generosity. Follow the stories, what makes you unique and special Christmas spirit so will find many examples.



(1) The Little Christmas Tree 

This is the story of a little fir tree who dream of growing up so that he could go and be a Christmas Tree among the Humans.

The other, older trees, knew more about life, and they told him that being a tree with the Humans wasn't as good as all that. But the little fir tree didn't want to believe the older trees – and he didn't have long to wait.

He was so pleased when one day some children came with their parents to choose a fir tree to decorate their living room. The children adored him at first sight.

So he was dug up, then brought into the living room, where he was hung with decorations.

After they had finished decorating him, the little fir tree shone with a thousand lights.

Christmas was getting closer and everyone admired the little Christmas Tree. The young fir tree thought: “All the bigger fir trees were wrong” and he lifted his branches even higher so people could admire him better.

Up till January, he was the prince of the living room; but then he started to lose his needles.

Now nobody looked at him, touched him, or even bothered to gather up the tiny needles that fell. Then, the whole family decided to put him down into the cellar. The fir tree started to feel very sad that he had even been chosen by the family. 
After several days’ wait – it seemed never-ending to him -, the little fir tree was replanted. He was so happy to be back in this good old earth that he’d missed so much during those endless days when he was shut up in the cellar!! Suddenly he understood that the family had left him in the cold of the cellar to keep him healthy.

Each year, the family dug him up again to put him back into the living room. He was very happy with his new family. And yes, in the end the bigger trees were wrong about something - some humans are good after all...




(2) The Snowman - Raymond Briggs

The Snowman is a children’s book by English author Raymond Briggs (born 18 January 1934), published in 1978. 

In 1982, this book was turned into a 26-minute animated movie by Dianne Jackson. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Animated Short Film in 1982. 

The book is wordless, as is the film except for the song "Walking in the Air”. 

The story is told through picture, action and music. 

A groundbreaking publication depicting the birth and development of a beautiful but fragile friendship between a young boy, James, and the Snowman he has built in his back garden.



(3) The Holy Night – Selma Lagerlof

One cold winter’s night, a cruel and hard-hearted shepherd is amazed by some strange happenings. 

A man comes looking for wood for a fire to warm his wife and newborn baby, and following the man back to his cold grotto, the shepherd discovers the true spirit of Christmas. 

Selma Ottilia Lovisa Lagerlöf (20 November 1858–16 March 1940) was a Swedish author. 

She was the first female writer to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, and most widely known for her children’s book The Wonderful Adventures of Nils.

(4) A Christmas Dream


Lulu is a little polar bear who lives in an igloo on the polar ice cap.

On Christmas Eve, his eyes shining with excitement, he asks his mum: 
- Mum, I’ve been good this year, haven’t I? 
- Of course you have dear. You’re a very good little bear. 
- Can I write my letter to Santa Claus then? 
- Of course you can, replies his mum, but after that, you’ll have to go to bed, because it’s already late. 
So Lulu gets down to work, fountain pen in paw before a blank sheet of paper.

Dear Santa Claus, 
I hope that you are well, and your little helpers too. This year, I would like: 
- A long woollen scarf (I get cold on the ice cap sometimes) 
- A wooden sledge 
- A fishing rod 
Please! (It doesn’t matter if you can’t bring every single present) 
Thank you
Hugs and kisses 
Lulu

After having finished his letter to Santa Claus, Lulu went to bed. But before he went off to sleep, he thought once more about what he’d written. 
Of course, he’d really, really like to have all these presents. But what he’d like to do most of all would be to meet Santa Claus himself and to go for a ride in his sleigh. 
Lulu dozed off, dreaming of an old man with a white beard, a huge sack full of presents and a sleigh that was as fast as the wind. 
Tomorrow, he’d post his letter at the top of White Angel Hill.

The next morning, Lulu got up very early. He got his backpack ready, in which he put his letter and his lunch – it was a long journey, after all. He said goodbye to his parents and started off.
It was still cold, but the sun had started to rise over the ice pack. Far off in the distance, Lulu spied the hill. It looked like it was a million miles away! But the brave, determined little bear kept on walking, although he was already exhausted. He went a little further and then decided to have a quick break. He sat down on a little block of ice and set his backpack down next to him. The sun’s rays warmed his hands and face just a bit.

He was so tired he closed his eyelids and dropped off to sleep. When he opened them again, he was seized with panic! The sun had melted the ice, and all around him there was nothing but water, it was like being trapped on a tiny island! 

The sun was starting to set. He couldn’t go back home, or go on to the hill... He sank down onto the block of ice in despair and big, fat tears trickled down his furry coat. "I’m lost. I can’t get back home and I can’t post my letter to Santa Claus." 
However, just as darkness was beginning to spread over the ice cap, a light shone in the sky and a very faint jingling sound reached his ears. Lulu looked up into the starry sky. 
What do you think he saw? He could hardly believe his eyes... Santa Claus’ sleigh, pulled by its team of reindeer!

Above him the sleigh began to slow down, before landing on the ice, leaving a trail of silver stars in its wake. Lulu stood open-mouthed in amazement before the man with the white beard, who said: "Are you coming, my little fellow? I’m going to take you back to your home". All his sadness and fears forgotten, Lulu climbed into the sleigh. 
The little bear was dumbstruck! He – Lulu – was flying over the ocean in Santa Claus’ magnificent sleigh! He was so excited at how fast they were going, he even forgot all about his letter and the presents he wanted for Christmas. None of that mattered any more – his dream had come true!

A few minutes later, the sleigh came to a stop outside his igloo. The little bear gave Santa Claus a big hug to thank him. The old man gave him a wink and his fine scarlet woolly hat. "The pleasure was all mine, little fellow! Merry Christmas!" and quick as a flash, he disappeared into the sky. 
"Darling, you’re back!" Lulu’s parents rushed towards him and held him in their arms. "We were so scared, little cub, where were you?" his dad asked.
"Santa Claus gave me a wonderful present!" the little bear replied, still all excited.

"He’s given us the best possible present to us as well" said his mum, hugging her little bear cub very tightly in her arms.

(5) The Saga of the Christmas Loser

Late home after a night out, a youngster attempted to climb into his home down the chimney.  He did not to want to wake other residents in the Judson Center social services agency; also he had broken his curfew and wanted no trouble.

In best Santa Claus mode he climbed onto the roof and let himself down the chimney; unfortunately he was too large, and he became stuck.  The 17 year old began moaning and was heard and rescued.  Fire fighters and police officers from the City of Royal Oak, Michigan, USA, had to pull him out.  The youth suffered from minor scrapes and bruises.

Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Christmas Games | Play online Christmas Special Games



Merry Christmas all of you :), Here my friend you easily Play Christmas Related Most Special Games. Best collection of Christmas games for you to play. Click on any of the links below to load your favorite Christmas game.



(1) SANTA and the lost gifts

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(2)  Shopaholic Christmas

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(3) Rummy World

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(4) New Year in Jelly Village

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(5) CRAZY SANTA RACER

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Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Christmus Essay - Write essay on Merry Christmas




Merry Christmas is celebrated all over the world. It's a Christmas Festival. It falls on December 25th each year. Jesus Christ was born on this day.

People in their best clothes to attend services in churches. It's feasting, fun and is a function of giving and receiving gifts.

Carol singing and exchanging Christmas Eve celebration begins. It is a weekend festival.



Is there a mid-night mass on the last day, ushering in the new year, followed by the ringing of bells.

Marches in major cities and towns are taking. Tableau's life and teachings of Jesus Christ and other Christian Saints are portrayed. Fairs are held and shops set up on the occasion.

Christians decorate their houses or shops, establishments, churches etc illuminate on the occasion. Christmas trees are there and a lot of fun and merry making.

Christmas is an occasion of family reunion. Celebrate Christmas with a members of a family living in different places. It is a public holiday and closed government offices, etc.

Christmas History | Why Celebrate Christmas, December 25?



Christmas is a Celebration of Jesus Christ Birth, Christmas celebration more than two millennia in many religious, Pagan tradition includes a worldwide religious and secular celebration, has been developed. Today, the Christmas get together and exchange gifts to family and friends for a while.

Christ birth anniversary is December 25, but most scholars to date the birth of Christ are unsure about.  The decision to celebrate Christmas on December 25 during the fourth century, while the Church was by the Bishop in Rome. They had a specific reason for doing so.



Long before a true worship of God and creator of all things becoming of the Roman Empire, many early cultures had fallen in the Sun worship. Over the course of the Sun in the sky to identify their dependency, they are annual winter solstice when the days are shortest in December held feasts around. As part of their festivals, they give the power of the Sun God bonfires and designed to bring back to life. When it was clear days were longer, there will be great rejoicing made.

In Rome, church leaders in an effort to Christianize the pagan celebration of these popular Christ decided to celebrate the winter solstice during birth. For the most part people failed their efforts to conform to, and continued the pagan celebration. Today we find ourselves Christmas celebration featuring a bizarre marriage that our modern Pagan and Christian elements are left with.

So many December traditions of pagan background, and whether or not Jesus was born on December 25, regardless of, our goal is still the true creator and Christ at Christmas to turn the eyes of all people. It is the light of the world. And the celebration of the Christmas season and Church good news-men can be righteous and peace with God through faith in his son, Jesus Christ, with a wonderful opportunity to hype.


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