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Holidays Quotes

Holidays are something that everyone looks forward to with a lot of excitement. They are an essential part of life and is the perfect therapy to relieve you from a stressful and boring lifestyle. Catching up with close friends, family members and recollecting the good old times are probably the events that make holidays special. Festivals are also times that bring people together. There are many festivals celebrated globally by the masses, for various reasons. A few festivals celebrate the seasonal changes or New Year, or can be national festivals like the Thanksgiving Day in the US.

The best part about vacations is that it makes you feel warm and content and leaves you with plenty of moments of togetherness in the company of your family and friends. You shift to a new place for a short period of time and cherish all the local cuisines. You get to see and enjoy the local life there and get to know about how people live there and various other things. The most significant part is that you realize that your home is not just a place where you live. It also helps you know the real you. Holidays give you that much-needed respite from the hustle and bustle of life. To experience the real essence of holiday, read these famous holidays’ quotations & sayings listed below.

Kim Kardashian

Holidays are the best. I couldn't imagine being from a small family.

Kim Kardashian

I was raised with a huge Armenian influence, always hearing stories of Armenia, celebrating Armenian holidays.

David Lloyd George

With me a change of trouble is as good as a vacation.

Nina Dobrev

Over the holidays is when I have the most occasions to cook and bake.

Roger Federer

I have to fit holidays around tournaments, particularly the grand slams, in Melbourne, Paris, London and New York.


Being a Jehovah's Witness, I don't celebrate birthdays or holidays. I don't vote.

Ben Shapiro

Bad presidents don't deserve holidays. They deserve scorn.

Ron Howard

I don't believe in perfection, but those acrimony-free gaps during our family holidays can be downright blissful.

Hanukkah is the ideal holiday to heal the pain because one of its major themes is the triumph of good over evil.

Hanukkah has very little accouterments attached to it ... Besides dreidels and gold, foil-wrapped coins, the menorah is the way to showcase the holiday.

Holidays help because they come with stories, and the Hanukkah story is good for relaying that the divine pervades everything, even darkness.