Comment: I've always seen that as a way to get the people to

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I've always seen that as a way to get the people to

break away from all spiriutal relevence of every holy day they hold.

Easter, Christmas, Thanksgiving, being the predominent ones that come to mind. Easter bunny and egg hunts, instead of focusing on the Ressurection of the Christ; Santa Claus and lots of expensive presents, instead of the miracle of Christ's birth; and gathering around the tv watching football, instead of sitting around the table giving thanks to the Almighty for every blessing in our lives.

Just my take on it for many, many years of watching the progression away from faith and towards commerce and new priorities.

“It is the food which you furnish to your mind that determines the whole character of your life.”
―Emmet Fox