The narrator introduces the main character Ebenezer Scrooge, and tells us that Scrooge's business partner Marley has died.
Fred, Scrooge's nephew, visits him to wish him a Merry Christmas. Scrooge is visited by Marely, a ghost, with a warning that he needs to change unless he wants to be condemned.
when Scrooge visits the site of his own grave during the visit from the ghost of Christmas future. ... He begins a new life of charity rather than greed, and the story ends happily as Scrooge becomes a benefactor rather than a miser.
Scrooge makes good on the promises he made to the spirit to keep the lessons from all three spirits alive within himself: he joins Fred and his wife for Christmas dinner, he sends food to the Cratchits, he is kind to Bob and offers to better his situation and take care of his family.
Tiny tim gets better and Sctooge is more giving and thankful.
compassion or forgingness, The most evident of all of these is probably the change Ebenezer Scrooge experiences because of the spirits he encounters.