All I Want for Christmas…

is for the World Not to End.

There is lots of talk about the worlds end, to be quite precise December 21, 2012 is that date. The Mayan calender ends on this date which is odd that we follow it because it looks nothing like any calender I’ve ever seen, who’s to say that it’s even a calender. Oddly enough, predictions of climate change, aliens, zombies, blackouts, and many others have surfaced with relation to this date. However, people seem not to be  so shaken up by any of these events; with 19 days left you’d think everyone had lost their minds and began to cause mayhem everywhere. To be quite honest, I have a slight belief that something will be happening this month; all viral information has me in slight belief that there will be a significant change to the course of human life. Hopefully, these negative predictions are wrong and if not, I pray we survive it, learn from the mistakes that caused it, and change ourselves to prevent it from happening again. You see, how could I worry about an Iphone 5 with the thought that my mother would be investing her time and money in a gift that I will never be able to open. If these theories are true, we must add value to the time we have left. This Christmas I wish that we all put aside our differences as well as our wallets and spend this time with the people that really matter. What’s the Iphone 5 without a friend or loved one to call? A material item can never replace the wonderful feeling of love and joy. With the consumer qualities that we have all become accustom to since the birth of America maybe the world is in need of a life changing event. Not to say that consumerism is bad and money isn’t nice but what is most important to you? Throughout history we have witnessed many lives come to short and unexpected ends. Even if  you don’t believe the world will end in 19 days, live this holiday like it’s your last.

Merry Early Christmas,

Daisha Perez

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One thought on “All I Want for Christmas…

  1. Very much value your thoughts. And in particular the sentiment that you conclude your post with—“live this holiday!!” Best for a happy, healthy, holiday! Cheers…h
    (On somewhat of a lighter note—i just came back from a Target run….the beau wanted to know if i was “doomsday prepping” as i (erroneously) bought/stocked up on so many things I already had—baggies, laundry detergent, paper towels, etc. Eeesh, I live in NYC—no room for all of this stuff!!!!)

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