Brain is Wealth Money is Temporary | Celebrating Paganized Holiday’s ( Do we as a culture accept anything we are given as the infinite truth)
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12 Jan Celebrating Paganized Holiday’s ( Do we as a culture accept anything we are given as the infinite truth)

Christmas bothers me a lot all the paganized roman holidays bother me personally, but Christmas really bugs my nerve. This day alone single-handedly puts a lot of individuals in debt. More important than the debt, is the constant lie that’s told to our children. About some fat white man in a red suit with reindeers and presents. Parents that work hard don’t even fell some way about getting the appreciation from your child. We as a collective give all the appreciation to Santa Clause another idol god. In my opinion, it’s all created to keep the parents of our culture inferior to the Patriarchal infrastructure that’s built in this society.

This is a list of holidays in my opinion that we as melanated people in urban communities tend to spend the most money on but, even worst spend the most time thinking about.

  1. New years day
  2. Valentine Day
  3. President Day
  4. Easter
  5. Mother’s Day
  6. Memorial Day
  7. Fathers Day
  8. 4th Of July
  9. Labor Day
  10. Columbus Day
  11. Halloween
  12. Veterans Day
  13. Thanksgiving
  14. Black Friday
  15. Christmas

These are all the major money making holidays all to keep us all materialistic consumers and focused on looking for something or obtaining something. Instead of spending on these man made-created days, let us start investing as a community and the culture so our children, children can have something real and not a new pair of Jordans

 

 

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