Santa Claus

I can’t believe that there are parents out there trying to take credit for all the hard work Santa Claus does on Christmas Eve.How dare they say there is no Santa Claus? Go to a mall, any mall and there he is.Run as-fast-as-you-can to the next mall.There he is!Run again to the farthest mall in the city and there he is. He is here, he is there, he is
everywhere,

Who can do that? Surely everyone can see that he is real. You can see him, you can touch him,hear his merry laugh, Santa is right out in the open where everyone can see him, unlike those secretive deities who remain invisible while watching what you do in bed. ( And you know what you do in bed.)

I sure would hate to be the one who does not believe in Santa when the Final Presents are handed out at the North Pole.
So please, friends,save yourself–worship Santa at the Mall of your choice and let’s all fight to bring Santa Claus back into our lives. After all, Santa Claus is what Christmas is all about.
Merry Christmas to all
Andy Mulcahy

About Monist

Hi, my name is Andy Mulcahy . I consider myself a monist and I am retired from steam engineering lo,these many years ago, and the Portland Cement industry. I have evolved into a Humanist-am a member of the Victoria Secular Humanist Association and The Humanist Association of Canada.
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2 Responses to Santa Claus

  1. helenbw says:

    what a question
    what is meant by good
    and what is meant by god

  2. Monist says:

    Good point, Helen: What do these two words mean to a particular individual? There are so many descriptions of a deity and what is good for the gander is not necessarily good for the goose, so to speak:)::)
    No rational argument can be based on these words without further clarification, further defining of the word, in my humble opinion
    Cheers
    Andy

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