#GiveTheGift – St Francis Primary School pupils talk about love, joy, hope and magic

#GiveTheGift – St Francis Primary School pupils talk about love, joy, hope and magic


Love, joy, hope, magic. Not everybody has love and everyone needs love to survive because if they don’t have love, they’ll always be lonely. Love means you love your family, and they love you so much because you’ve been a very
good boy and stuff. I think that love is in everything. Love is in joy, it’s in hope, it’s in magic – it’s in children, it’s in parents – it’s in everything! Joy is a feeling but it’s not like any
feeling. It’s like the feeling that’s the best out of every single feeling. I like having joy because then I can feel I feel different things with joy and that’s
nice. Christmas is a nice festive time a time you spend with your family and that
always brings me joy. I hope the people that don’t have anything get some blankies so
they can stay warm and get some food so they can survive the winter. And hope they
get some clean water and some nice wee comfy beds to sleep in. I hope they
actually they have fun at Christmas and they feel joy and they have time
with their family. I hope they spend time with their family on Christmas and get
lots of presents and be happy. I can’t remember…! Hope is when you wish for something really, really, really hard and you have this strong belief that it’s going to happen. Hope’s a Christmas word. It’s my name and I’m born that day. I think it means ‘magical’. Magic I think is unexplainable. It’s just unexplainable – you can’t explain it! Magic is about when magic comes true. There’s stuff comes true. So if you didn’t believe Santa and you went to the North Pole you would believe Santa –
he was real. And if you didn’t think you get presents, it’s
true, you get presents. This one, this one, this one and this one: they all come together to make Christmas!

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