There is controversy often surrounding the 25th of December as being the birth of Jesus and how it isn’t actually the right date for “Christmas” and stuff like that, but on the other hand, when you check other realities outside of this, what comes to mind also is how do we know these other regular days during the week are exactly as they are commonly perceived?; how the frig do some of these same individuals authenticate that the days they see as “monday” or “sunday” are actually supposed to be “Monday” and “sunday”?. How can they be so sure that “january” is actually “january” and “March” is “March” and so on?, how do they know that these other things that they accept or willfully ritualize are “accurate” and “truer” than these other “questionable” things? — regardless of what they identify themselves as, or what “label” they associate with; i.e, “spirituality”, “atheism” or something else, people just believe what appeals to them, it doesn’t mean they actually factually know much of anything about their preferences. I am not confirming that the 25th of December is the accurate date , but it is obviously a convenient day of the year in western societies used to commemorate the birth of Jesus, which seems to be based on circumstantial historical material and discoveries. This is just my token of things to think about and to consider in the context of issues such as this.