Santa Claus is Jewish!
Sandra Klein was playing with her 3 five-year-old friends in her family’s playroom, one snowy winter’s night.
“Sandra”, her friend Kim said,” how come your house isn’t decorated for Christmas? You don’t even have your TREE up yet!”
“Yeah”, said Judy, “you don’t even have MISTLETOE hanging over your doorway or pretty tinsel on your windows, or nothin’.”
“Maybe your Mommy and Daddy don’t have enough money,” Tammy suggested.
“No, that’s not it. My Mommy and Daddy have the SAME amount of money YOUR Mommies and Daddies have”, Sandra answered. “We just don’t BELIEVE in Christmas like you; that’s all…”
“How come?” they all asked. “EVERYBODY believes in Christmas. You’re just being silly, Sandra.”
“I AM NOT!” Sandra protested in a loud voice.”Mommy and Daddy and Me are JEWISH! We have our OWN kind of Christmas. It’s called ‘CHANUKAH’ and we have lights and presents, too. So don’t tell me I’m being silly. My holiday is JUST as nice and special to me as yours is to you”, stated Sandra proudly.
“Well, YOUR holiday doesn’t have a SANTA CLAUS, does it?,” Kim asked with a little sly grin.
“No it doesn’t, Kim”, said Sandra, “but the teacher said that SANTA CLAUS is a friend to EVERYBODY; he’s EVERY RELIGION AND EVERY COLOR. He doesn’t just give presents to good girls and boys who only celebrate Christmas.”
The girls all thought about what Sandra had said, looked at each other and then looked at Sandra, and, in one voice said” Well, if that’s true, we guess you could say that SANTA CLAUS IS JEWISH!”
Then they all sat down together and continued playing their games; friends once again…..- Total nr. of readings: 976 Copyright © The author  All Rights Reserved. This story may not be reproduced without the express written permission of the author except for personal use.
Enjoyed that? Then you might like these...
A dog tells its story of living in a Dogs' Home and the other dogs living there.
Raggedy Ann and the Kite
Raggedy Ann gets to fly high on the tail of a kite, but then things go wrong.
After a sleepless night, Marshall make his way to a special place where grieves for a love he once found but lost again.
The Clever Trick
Mr Squirrel and Mr Rabbit have a clever plan for collecting blackberries in spite of the dog.
The Cat and the Fiddle
Classic nursery rhyme involving bovine satellite circumnavigation, amongst other things.