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    who brings gifts to good children on Christmas Eve. Yes santa! Santa is the person who has most greatly affected my life. Santa Claus‚ also known as Saint Nicholas‚ Father Christmas and simply "Santa"‚ is a figure with legendary‚ mythical‚ historical and folkloric origins who‚ in many western cultures‚ is said to bring gifts to the homes of the good children during the late evening and overnight hours of Christmas Eve‚ December 24. Santa Claus is generally depicted as a portly‚ joyous‚ white-bearded

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    time period in my life that had involved countless disillusionments. One of the disillusionments being the existence of Santa Claus‚ which had been set up by my parents. With endless movies based on Santa‚ the media also had been a substantial factor in my belief of this fictional character. With this disillusionment came disappointment when I had come to a realization that Santa is in fact a fictional character. It was Christmas Eve in the city of Vancouver‚ in the year of 2008. I had woken up

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    Santa Claus is real “There are three stages in a man’s life; When he believes in Santa Claus‚ When he doesn’t believe in Santa Claus‚ and when he is Santa Claus” – Author Unknown How many people do you know who believed in Santa Claus as a child? Some say the image of Santa Claus takes away from the fact that Christmas is to celebrate the birth of Christ. Some opinions are “What is Christmas without Santa Claus?” The innocence in a belief of someone who gives and doesn’t expect anything in return

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    The following is a book report about: The Leadership Secrets of Santa Claus‚ and was written by‚ (Cottrell‚ et al.‚ 2003). This is an eighty-page leadership skill-building book‚ published by the Performance Systems Corporation in 2003. There are eight main points (Santa Secrets) discussed by the authors in this book and I agree with them all. However‚ I will attempt to reveal why I agree that to "Build A Wonderful Workshop" is important‚ discuss one secret ("Listen To The Elves") I see being

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    would ever find was a dollar hidden under my pillow. Out of all the things I believed in‚ I believed in Santa Claus the most. However‚ on one fateful Christmas Eve‚ my beliefs were shattered. As my father and I were driving home from Pizza Hut‚ I kept telling him to drive faster so I could get home in time to see Santa Claus. He then told me five words that completely changed my life: Santa Claus is not real. I was shocked. Everything that I believed in seemed to come crashing down. What else was not

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    Meanwhile‚ Across Town... Narrator: Meanwhile‚ across town... Everybody: Every Who Down in Who-ville Liked Christmas a lot... Student 1: But the Grinch‚ Who lived just north of Who-ville‚ 1/2 Class: DID 1/2 Class: NOT! Everybody: The Grinch hated Christmas! The whole Christmas season! Now‚ please don’t ask why. No one quite knows the reason. Student 2: It could be his head wasn’t screwed on just right. Student 3: It could be‚ perhaps‚ that his shoes were too tight. Student 4: But I think that the

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    hear the sound of hooves on my roof. I desperately hoped that Santa had gotten my letter and was going to bring me every present I had asked for under my Christmas tree. I tossed and turned all night. Sleep was impossible. I kept waiting for the sun to come up so that I could go in and wake my parents. At the first peak of a sun ray I ran into my parent’s room to wake them up and beg them to please get up so we could go and see what Santa left for us. When my brother and I were given the green light

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    The first time I ever tried to catch Santa Claus. I was only maybe seven years old. One Christmas I was super excited for Santa Claus to bring me presents. I made up my mind that I was going to go to sleep early and try to catch Santa Claus. On Christmas Eve we put up our Christmas tree‚ but we did get to put the decorations on the tree. We rearranged the furniture in the living room so we could put the tree up. Then we went outside to put up the outdoor decorations. We put lights around the

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    Believing in Honesty They say honesty is the best policy. But when it comes to Santa Claus‚ the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy‚ are we being dishonest with our children or just telling those stories. In the essays‚ “Santa Claus Isn’t Coming to Town” written by Allison and “Truth and the Santa Claus Moment‚” written by Corey Harbaugh‚ the writers discuss the values of honesty and the moments we choose to believe in. Allison believed in honesty. In her essay‚ she talks about how she was always

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    Project 2: Santa Claus Interview Reporter (holding a mic‚ toward the camera‚ snow storm blowing harshly‚ yells): Greetings‚ everyone! This is Jack Li from Centuries News Delivery. Our staff has been receiving request to interview the famous Santa Claus since the last millennium. After tempting him with 10 tons of chocolate chips cookie‚ we finally got past the elves and caught his attention! Let’s enter this door together and have a peek of the living place of Santa Claus! Santa Claus: Well‚ well

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    busy shoppers‚ jingle bells‚ colorful lights and Santa Claus‚ Christmas is thought by many people to be "the most wonderful time of the year". Winter‚ snow‚ Christmas tree‚ decorations and Santa Claus are very important things which makes us think that it is the most beautiful day of all the year. Everybody waits for Christmas‚ because that day has varies meaning for different people. But for kids‚ rather than shoppers‚ colorful lights‚ Santa Claus is their main reason why they count the days till

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    legend of Santa Claus has been told for centuries and is still told to this day. Every year‚ many children make Christmas lists and send them to Santa. If they are good‚ they will get presents‚ but if they are bad‚ they will get a bundle of coal in their stocking. Santa is usually visualized as a happy‚ white-bearded man‚ with a red stocking cap‚ and a red suit with white cuffs and black boots. In other cultures‚ he is referred to as St. Nicholas‚ Sinterklauss‚ and Father Christmas. Santa Claus supposedly

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    my mom that I know no santa‚ she will not put the gifts under the christmas tree‚ I thought. I believed in santa for 9 years‚ but when I was 9 years old‚ I knew that there’s no santa. Many 10-12 years old kids figured out that santa is not real. Some of them heard it from their parents‚ their friends‚ or their siblings. Me‚ I figured it out by myself. It was so shocking to me but I kept pretending that I believe in santa. I was afraid if I can’t get any presents from santa nor my parents. There

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    not believe in Santa Claus‚ this saying should make them reconsider their doubts. Generations of children from across the world have been waking up to presents from Santa for what seems like forever. There have been countless Santa sightings‚ reindeer and sleigh tracks in the snow‚ and half-eaten cookies found on Christmas morning. The children know that it is Santa who has been responsible for these things. They cannot all be wrong. Santa is real. Non-believers say that Santa is really just

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    Memoir: The Truth about Santa It was that time of the year again. Christmas. A time when the dusty tree emerges from its hiding place‚ the shiny ornaments come flowing out of boxes and family and friends gather to have a good time. Nothing but joy and cheer in the minds of everyone as the holiday spirit strikes them all. Yet it is also a day where parents around the world bring forth an unconventional lie in the utmost sense‚ one born from tradition and elaborate storytelling – Santa. Like all other children

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    Santa Claus is Coming to Town “There are three stages in a man’s life; When he believes in Santa Claus‚ When he doesn’t believe in Santa Claus‚ and when he is Santa Claus” – Author Unknown How many people do you know who believed in Santa Claus as a child? Some say the image of Santa Claus takes away from the fact that Christmas is to celebrate the birth of Christ. Some opinions are “What is Christmas without Santa Claus?” The innocence in a belief of someone who gives and doesn’t expect anything

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    out of bed and run over to your siblings bed to wake them up too. After they get out of bed‚ you guys run across the hall to get your parents up. Shortly after that‚ you race your sibling to the living room and discover the handful of presents that Santa left for you. You rip open all six of the gifts left underneath the tree and you couldn’t be more grateful. After that‚ you play with your toys for hours on end and you couldn’t have asked for anything better. Now imagine this: it’s December 25th

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    to find a stack of presents under the tree‚ having no doubt that Santa is real. But‚ once their parents confess the truth about Santa Claus‚ they are devastated. It looks like parents want their children to be wounded for all the rest of their Christmas’. Instead of destroying one of the significances of Christmas‚ being truthful and kind to each one and all‚ parents should rethink before talking their children into believing the Santa myth. Maybe this reconsideration could change all the lives of

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    Stephen Tobolowsky relays what he labels his “first crisis of belief” in his article “The Santa Conspiracy.” This “crisis of belief” occurs when he has a conversation with his six-year- old friend about his own questioning of whether Santa is real. Tobolowsky is struck by the confrontational and profound statement of this friend: “’It is always easier to want to believe in something than to say it never was true.’” Stephen is five years old when he is jolted by this philosophical maxim from his

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    Today‚ he is envisioned as a mystical figure dressed in red clothes while carrying a sack of toys to the little girls and boys of the world. The legend of Santa Claus can be traced back to a bishop named‚ St. Nicholas. St. Nicholas was known for his unending kindness and piety. He was just a man who dedicated his life to helping those who needed it. Word spread about him and he became the subject of many legends

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