24 December 2012

Buon Natale 2012


Self Book Publisher said...

Loffio come il resto dell’anno, Natale 2012 รจ alle porte. Rispendo va un po’ in vacanza e, oltre al tradizionale Merry Christmas, augura a tutti di realizzare – o che si realizzi – almeno un desiderio. Arrivederci al 29 dicembre

Self book Publisher Blog said...

Christmas, as it is celebrated in Italy, has two origins: the familiar traditions of Christianity blended with the pagan traditions predating the Christmas era. The greatest feast of the ancient Roman Empire, "Saturnalia" (a winter solstice celebration), just happens to coincide with the Christmas celebrations of the Advent. Consequently, Christmas fairs, merry-making and torch processions, honor not only the birth of Christ, but also the birth of the "Unconquered Sun." "Natale," the Italian word for Christmas, is literally the translation for "birthday."

Removing An old oil tank said...

In these days of celebration there is much to say, but one of the reasons that make it so 'fascinating and magical and this time' we all try to be better prepared positively towards other people.
Regardless of religious significance, this different attitude to the air you breathe.
It creates the magic. Like magic to find himself laughing and joking with the family who is never seen, or an acquaintance on the street.
Every time that this' happens, we can not think about how these spells can be at our fingertips every day.
So you WISH heart to bring a little 'of this magic inside you. Forever.

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During the thirteenth century, among the early Franciscans, Saint Francis of Assisi introduced the carol, which soon spread all over Europe. He had a particular devotion and affection for the mysteries of the holy childhood of Jesus.