Like a normal day at the station in Kraków. A cleaner enters the platform No. 3, a traveler checks departure times, and a person who apparently is looking for someone. Finally, old regulars-the three homeless appear.
In an conversation that follows they state that the station is empty because of the Christmas Day. A person appears and invites them for Christmas Eve, but they drive him away. One of the homeless people is very surprised when he hears the announcement that the train from Bethlehem arrives. An even bigger surprise, this time on the faces of all three calls the strangely dressed, pregnant woman and her husband. Then as weird-looking man appears, is it a new homeless? No, it's a shepherd looking for a Messiah. The homeless, ask the leaving shepherd to greet his doctor. The laughter of station’s residents is interrupted by a cry of a tiny child. Another surprise – a woman enters, but with the baby in her arms, her husband and a shepherd who enjoys finding the Messiah and offers him the gifts. He takes care of the child and asks for a place where they can find a shelter. Homeless show them waiting-rooms. On the third platform, the growing consternation. Herod enters with two women and sit to a feast. Then the international train from India, Persia and Babylon arrives and the three Magi disembark. Herod knows nothing about the Newborn King of the Jews, they do not want to go to him, so he leaves the platform. The Magi are wondering where they can find the child. One of the homeless, offers assistance in finding the child, but for a fee. He gets the money, goes out and comes back with Mary carrying Jesus, Joseph and a shepherd. To one of the characters it reminded something! Christmas, but it was a long time ago – said the other. Mary says: Jesus comes into the world every day. He is born in the heart of a man. You only have to open your heart to Him. And you closed the door of your hearts. And He stands and knocks, because He wants to live inside of you. There is a warning before Herod, who wants to kill the child and visitors depart. Homeless people stay alone, however, a person enters with wafer and white garments, which means a New Life!
That is the concept of our school students to celebrate the feast of Christmas. A celebration was ended with the wishes of the President of the School Self-Government for the Headmistress Dorota Kocur and the Teaching Staff, teachers, students and employees of the administration. The Headmistress Dorota Kocur wished all the best and happy season greetings to all present.