It’s one thing to wish folks a merry Christmas, or to wish for one ourselves. But the proof can sometimes be far from the figgy pudding (which, though scrumptious, doesn’t contain a single fig?). If you’re like me, you know that the busyness of life, and world events, endanger what could otherwise be a very Christ-centered, truly merry Christmas. How can we get beyond just wishing each other a “Merry Christmas” and increase the odds that it will truly be rich and meaningful, worthy of the merry monicker? Here are a few simple, significant things you can do to fight back and do all you can to ensure that this Christmas doesn’t pass you by . . .