To begin with, the mere concept of "true meaning of Christmas" falsely frames the meaning of Christmas as something that can be easily obscured, buried, neglected, overlooked, misunderstood, or forgotten. This premise reveals nothing about the quality of Christmas, but it does reveal a great deal about the quality of our world.
Contrary to the countless trite and vapid stories, movies, television specials, sermons, homilies, and articles that have been dedicated to that moment of epiphany when the "true meaning of Christmas" suddenly breaks through the darkness, the mere fact that the "true meaning of Christmas" can be so easily lost, so conveniently misplaced is a testament to how much distance people have actually put between themselves and the Light of the World.
And what "true meaning of Christmas" did those countless trite and vapid stories, movies, television specials, sermons, homilies, and articles end up discovering?
Be nicer to people? It's not the gift, but the thought that counts? Christmas is a time to be selfless and altruistic? Christmas is a celebration of the universal love of man?
It's the first Sunday of Advent; Christians have begun preparations to celebrate Christmas and the birth of Jesus. At the same time, the side that opposes God and Creation have filled their media with stark warnings of a "dark and sad" Christmas.
Dark and sad Christmas? Is that even possible?
I beg to differ.
Despite what our Satanic overlords promulgate through their media, Christmas can never be dark and sad. On the contrary, the darker and sadder the external world becomes, the more joyous and brighter the awaited arrival of the Light of the World becomes.
How could it be otherwise?
John 8:12 - Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.