I kind of don't like Christmas because there's not enough emphasis on Jesus and there's a lot of pressure to spend money you don't really have on lots of/expensive gifts, to bake too many cookies, to decorate the house and tree, to cook a big dinner, etc. Celebrating Easter (Resurrection Day) is so much more enjoyable and meaningful to me.
Because it has nothing to do with the birth of baby Jesus and it has become too commercialized. To celebrate the birth of the son of God is one thing...to go out shopping on black friday and spend hundreds of dollars buying gifts is another thing. And last but not least Santa has stolen the spotlight...it's either the nativity or Sata's day!!!!
The commercial side of Christmas has made it really stressful for a lot of people. It's sweet times for young ones but adults go through huge expenses during this time and they have to deal with it in January and even February. Other than that, if its about having families getting together and exchange love, it's wonderful. I love it. I don't even consider myself Christian but I have set up the most beautiful tree at home. :)
Jesus wasn't born December 25. The Romans changed a pagan celebration to Christmas because people were converting to Christianity. The origins and traditions of Christmas originate from this pagan holiday. Also, Jesus is usually the last thing on people's minds during Christmas. It's all about commercialism and greed and hypocrisy. The Bible urges us to love one another and give gifts from the heart. Why wait for one specific day to gather with loved ones or give someone a present? Why not do these things any of the 364 days of the year?
Because the very prelude of Christmas, that being Jesus' birth date, is FALSE. You can not forever impose a fraud upon mankind even under the disguise of god. Such LIE, as a rule, fades away. Remember that great saying, "you can fool some of the people, for all of the time; or all of the people, for some of the time; but you can not fool all of the people, for all of the time".