Christmas is approaching and almost everyone is trying to decorate their homes and workplace. Many retailers offer some good amount of discount in this season because they understand that everyone has a right to celebrate Christmas. However, this one neighbour has different perspective when it comes to celebrating for Christmas. He had a problem with the Christmas decoration and thus he decided to write a letter. This letter made its way to the news and now circulates on the social media for an open debate.
Diana Rowland decided to use some dragons for the Christmas decoration purpose. This might not be a traditional way to celebrate Christmas however she attempted to celebrate her happiness. She used those festive dragon displays instead of Santa and Baby Jesus.
Diana got worried with the accusations of the neighbour and she decide to share her opinion. She said that on the eve of Christmas no one should be judgmental about the happiness of the others. She further added that dragons were not meant for Halloween celebrations, only. The angry fan letter read the following:
Your dragon display is only marginally acceptable at Halloween. It is totally inappropriate at Christmas.
It makes your neighbours wonder if you are involved in a demonic cult. Please consider removing the dragons.
May God bless you and help you to know the true meaning of Christmas.
Many people supported her and gave their point of view on the matter. They shared similar thoughts like the woman and declared the letter sent by the angry neighbour as a wrong move. One person wrote that the neighbour might be jealous of the amount of dragons which she had on the display. People even asked her to create a fund campaign for buying more dragons and putting them all on the display.
So, Diana decided to open the fund and instead raise the money for bringing in more joy to the needy in Christmas. She intends to use the raised money for helping the people who might be in need, instead of using it for buying more dragons. She has decided to name the campaign as My Dragon Army.