Everybody loves Christmas.
The sound of bells jingling with the laughter of children. The noise of slushing snow on the tracks. The smell of pies and cakes from every single stall. The warm company of people. The laughter of children. The talk and gossip of adults as they stand under the white canopy of snow. Everybody loves Christmas.
But sometimes in the world, on some places, Christmas doesn't come to people. Some people don't even know Christmas exists. So they grow up and never - ever - see a single Christmas in their life. How sad!
Christmas is a time for joy and reunion and fun and excitement! It's a time for joyous celebration and fantastic gifts and streamers and balloons and cakes and Santa Claus! It's a time for Santa Claus!
And the toys - oh, the toys, aren't they beautiful! Tiny little things that every child wants as they walk past the windows, eying the latest little gadget or noisemaker with their hungry eyes. Oh, those little hungry eyes - how do they ever need their toys! But sometimes, on these little planets, Christmas never comes at all.
So children never see it. They never experience the joy of opening toys and fun and all that! Isn't that cruel? So one day, a little toy - how smart he was! - said 'maybe I'll bring joy and Christmas spirit to all the little boys and girls in the world!'
And he did! He did, and everyone was happy! Everyone! Eventually, he and his brothers made more toys and more toys, and together they brought more and more joy to the world! And when that world was happy, he said 'we should make the entire system happy!'
And they did! And every little boy and girl at the end every Christmas had a smile on their face, and soon the whole system was smiling! It was amazing! It was a Christmas miracle!
And here, this little planet had nothing. They had nothing of the sort: no Christmas, no happy little boys and girls, no little white snow. So the smart little toy said 'we will make a Christmas miracle like never before!' And the other toys rejoiced - Christmas was coming again!
And this little planet one day, on the eve before Christmas, looked out their windows to see the white fluffy snow touch their grass. And they went outside and touched it. And they raised their arms up, wildly anticipating Christmas! They said 'Ashes, Ashes!' in their un-Christmas-like and unhappy tongue. 'It's raining ashes!' they said, and the toys continue to make it snow! And it kept snowing, and snowing, and snowing! What a wonderful day!
And then, just before midnight, only a few minutes before Santa Claus, the toys dressed up as Santa Claus! But they didn't have any red paint, so they took little boys and girls and opened them up! And there it was - red paint! And the smart little toys took the red paint and smeared it on themselves and plucked the hairs from the little boys and girls and made little white beards on them and they borrowed the fur from the little boys and girls and made long blankets out of them! What smart toys!
And then, on Christmas morning, the toys came to that un-Christmasy planet - each of them was dressed like a little Santa Claus! And they cheered the Christmas cheer, and the adults - oh, those evil adults - they didn't like the toys, no siree. They took their own toys and said 'this is what happens to aliens!' they said, but in the end, even the adults loved Christmas! Everybody loves it.
And at the end of the Christmas joy the smart little toys took the little boys and girls (and even the mean adults) and said 'It's Christmas!' and their mouths opened wide, and the toys stretched the mouths open and said 'smile, it's Christmas!'
And guess what? They smiled. Everybody loves Christmas. Forever!