Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posts photo of his own face to mark his #MerryChristmas

Zuckerberg posted a selfie on his Facebook profile with a message for all those who don’t get Christmas cards.

The post shows Zuckerberg smiling and holding a white envelope, which he wrote, “Merry Christmas, everybody.”

The post was shared by more than 6,000 people.

“As you all know, this year I am not only planning on giving my own photo of myself to you all, I am also doing so for all the other people out there who don and/or won’t get a Christmas card,” Zuckerberg wrote.

“It is not just me.

We have all grown up with the idea that Christmas is a time for us to come together as a family, a place where we celebrate the holidays and celebrate together. “

I want to say thank you to all the friends and family who are taking care of Christmas this year, and I want to tell you a bit about the Christmas spirit in our community.

Our community has grown by leaps and bounds since Facebook was founded, and that is the reason why I have decided to share this picture on my page to let everyone know that it is the true spirit of this year. “

This spirit of Christmas is also what drives the community of Facebook.

As a result, our community has been able to grow over the past decade and have become a beacon for many, many more people around the world to come and express themselves in the digital world. “

As we all know Facebook is an online community where people can share their stories and ideas with each other and with the world.

Facebook has been on a Christmas shopping spree, offering a free gift card for everyone who signed up for its Facebook Messenger and Messenger Premium service, along with a $1.99 gift card. “

To those who aren’t able to get a holiday card, we hope you enjoy the season, and if you do, I hope you take a moment to appreciate the warmth and the generosity that has been shown to all of us.”

Facebook has been on a Christmas shopping spree, offering a free gift card for everyone who signed up for its Facebook Messenger and Messenger Premium service, along with a $1.99 gift card.

The company also started a program for anyone who is interested in giving to the United Way and other charitable organizations.

Facebook has also offered free gift cards to users who bought a Facebook subscription or a gift card with Facebook Messenger, the company said.

Facebook has said it has over 500 million members worldwide.