Merry Today, Happy Tomorrow!

Merry today, happy tomorrow would be pretty much being merry always.

Slip in Christmas, and New Year, and it reads Merry Christmas, Happy New Year; or Happy Christmas, and Merry New Year, which is the most conventional form of Christmas greeting.

That is pretty much saying:

“Rejoice always, and again I will say, rejoice!”

“Rejoice always.”

We don’t always realize that, do we?

Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year 2018.




Published by Alex Abraham

Professional Engineer, Project Management Professional and Six Sigma Black Belt. Successful Lean through Authenticity, People, Process, Passion!

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