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If you’re a religious person, it can be difficult to retain the true meaning of Christmas when you’re swallowed up by the most commercial aspects of the season. While sending out religious Christmas cards and setting up a nativity scene can help get you and your loved ones in the right frame of mind, here are three additional ways you can make the holiday more meaningful.
Spending time with the people you love most is the very best way to make Christmas more meaningful. Carrying out fun and inspiration holiday traditions is one of the easiest ways to make holiday memories that will last. Some ideas include Christmas caroling, taking miniature Christmas trees to tenants in assisted living homes, and reading the original Christmas story around a warm fireplace.
It can be fun to shop for fancy home décor and decorations, but it is even more fun and meaningful to spend time creating your own Christmas decorations each year. Hop online with your family and choose your favorite photographs to place on customized Christmas ornaments, or cut out homemade paper snowflakes and hang them around your home. You can also make your own Christmas countdown chain with circles of colored paper stapled together like links in a chain. Remove one link each day to count down the remaining days until Christmas.
Cultivate the spirit of giving in your own home by donating your time or money to charity. You do not have to limit your giving to local soup kitchens or strangers in need. You can also prepare useful gifts for people you know who are struggling. A warm personalized blanket could be the ideal gift for a neighbor who recently lost his job or a single mother who recently moved into your area. Pair your gifts with inspiring religious Christmas cards for the most heartwarming effect.