You might have already seen this, but if not, check it out and show it to your friends and family.
Mind you, it might make you feel a little guilty.
On my wife’s side of the family, we give TEAR gifts at Christmas.
On my side, we do a “lottery” to see who is buying for who.
It’s virtuous to give TEAR gifts.
It’s fun to get and give presents.
Except: when the gift you get really is unwanted or pointless. That happens.
So where does that leave me? With a guilty delight (or as Chesterton might call it – a natural joy) in spending money to give nice things to those I love. And an even guiltier joy (or perhpas even more natural) in getting nice things from the same!
End of confession. Time to rewatch the video and get all virtuous again for Advent…