Before we even put a dent into the Thanksgiving leftovers, we leap wholeheartedly into “the most wonderful time of the year!” But, when the décor switches from gold and orange to red and green, do you find yourself wondering if you can use the “C word” when you interact with a cashier, co-worker, or barista? You know the word I mean . . . Christmas. Should you abstain on the chance you might offend someone or seem non-inclusive? Dennis Prager, a Jew, radio talk show host, and author, emphatically says, “No.” We couldn’t agree more!
In this video, Prager lays out a solid, common sense defense for the use of Merry Christmas, Christmas vacation, Christmas party, and the like. What Prager shares will prepare you to confidently articulate why Merry Christmas is actually an inclusive and wholly appropriate greeting.
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