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With Merry Christmas in Different Languages
Australia is such diverse multicultural society that a guide to giving this traditional greeting in a few different languages seems warranted. This diversity in our population brings a variety of holy days, celebrations and traditions as well as modern variations for us to enjoy.
Please share other greetings, languages, practises, traditions, anecdotes, stories or memories as you like, in the Comments.
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The website has the most comprehensive list of translations.
TRUE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT.
KYIV Children′s Choir singing ′The Carol of the Bells’ in Carnegie Hall to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of its first performance there
It was written by Ukrainian musician Mykola Leontov. . The children′s bravery, singing in Carnehie Hall as their country is beset by invasion, is awe-inspiring and humbling. No doubt some of them have experienced loss of loved ones and homes, while practising in the dark as Russian missiles hit their citiesand villages.. Or their families are in danger back in Ukraine, their parents, siblings, in a war zone.
If anyone deserves love and mercy this Christmas it is the children of Ukraine.
May it be so.
Princess Lily White with a Xmas Rose.
AND…Grand Dragonette’s hand-made Christmas decorations, do you notice the grumpy koala? 😁