Name isn’t Winnie-The-Pooh, which it is. Winnie presented a special challenge, finds out that coming down the chimney, not a feat necessary to his Merry Christmas. He tries everything he knows to give all of his loved ones around him a special gift this year.And yet perhaps, the gift of the heart, a home made cookie, or a tier of candies mad a home-made family cooking event more than special. After Santa delivers a mobile home to one family, upset about that ~ But from the most darling & because truly humble bear, the small honey-loving creature has been loved and held in the heart of children for ages. Big, gentle, tender loving arms, he gets to meet a Polar Pole gentle man as well ~ Pooh leaves for the home of Santa after he sees his sad family members bereft of the gift each really of the heart so soft wanted and desired.
But now, Pooh gone away, gone forever, he departed to go to deliver the I Want Letter to Santa himself. Poor Pooh, so sad about the inability to get his letter to Santa for the others, said he now deserves nothing. Yet, he made the way for each special little one just so very good. After Santa delivers a mobile home to one family, upset about that ~ But from the most tender, kind and compassionate heart Pooh leaves for a better and a different journey.
Santa Clause, the subject of thousands of books, shows, and films Winnie-The-Pooh story describes a fictitious man named Santa Clause, while an adorable toddler tale, the Santa Clause of tradition whom parents for centuries have told children worldwide will bring them material gifts on Christmas eve. A more original Sinterklaas (Dutch) whom the made-up child stories all own a basis for, Myra means the giver who brings children gifts, and Saint Nicholas is a historic Greek bishop. The very real 4th-century Christian man from which most of the stories ascend, gave beautiful dowries to impoverished daughters so that they could marry and would not have to be forced into prostitution due to such a great poverty. A kind man, obviously, he brings to mind the true meaning of Christianity, which used to protect and show compassion to single women of every age. Surprising, that most people since they do not do their research believe that Santa is only for small children. And while the prior saint did love children and the humble poor as well, the more calm, quiet & loving and gentle man who once frequented mostly the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria and Germany obviously loved the idea of love & peace for all nations.