Humanitarian aid packages are nothing like the dishes from the Christmas table. Instead of the bells calling for the service, you can hear the hum of the generators that have to keep the water flowing. You won't survive without them.
When escaping underground, you can take a backpack with the most necessary things, with something that will occupy the heads of children who are starting to get used to the sounds of sirens, although they are afraid the same way every time. You can sing Christmas carols together, share prosphora or a piece of bread. And wish yourself and others safety. The youngest children have to wait until the next Christmas to get to know the sweet taste of kutia and candlelight, and in their memories of their first years there will be the taste of fear and the light of flashlights in shelters.
Let's not forget about the families in Ukraine, for whom the upcoming holidays are a time of fear and uncertainty. And who believe that soon they will meet their loved ones again.