There are times to be sad and there are times to be happy. That is the simple nature of and prescription to life. There are seasons to be merry and there are some seasons also for sadness. There are some reasons to be sad but there are also many reasons to be happy. There are some things to be sad about and there are plenty of things to be happy about.
Having to wake up in the morning and go to work is not something to be sad about . There are much greater things in the world to be sad about. Having a job to wake up to and go to should be something to be happy about, even if it is not the most wonderful place in the world to go to. Some people have no job to go to, no pay check to look forward to and maybe no car to get them from A to B.
Every day is not Christmas but each day can be a merry day, if you set your mind to making it a merry day. Christmas is one of those merry seasons but you can make your own merry seasons. Christmas day is meant to be a merry day but you can also make your own merry days.
Think about what makes the Christmas period a merry season, apply it to your daily life and you may find yourself waking up a much more merrier person each day. Christmas is of course about the birth and celebration of Jesus Christ but it is also about the celebration of life, of love, of family and friendship. It is about having something to look forward to, about giving and about receiving. Think about giving, think about family, think about what you love doing and be merry.