Why does the WORLD CLOSE at Christmas and New Year? Or does it?



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It is very easy if you live in the developed or western world to see that everything seems to be building up to that big 25th of December day where all things will finally be at peace and serenity for a week then New Year’s eve pops up and good cheer reigns for a few more days still!  It really is as if the world stands still, or even dare I say it, closes! Well, yes, for some that is.

In the world I grew up in Christmas was about barbecues. swimming at the beach and long school holidays, while for other places it was about snow skiing, snuggling up next to an open fire with an egg nog, and shoveling the 5ft high snow from the door. Even in Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, which is predominantly Muslim/Buddhist/Hindu, there are still massive unmatched traffic jams…

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