Pages tagged with Traditions

I love to hear the national anthems of different countries.
Be ready to be Filipinized... and try to embrace our cool and unique characteristics
Good food whether it's a tradition or not. Good wine to wash it down and friendly people around is all what we want for a memorable Christmas meal.
A cynical yet honest and realistic look at traditional Independence Day waste.
St David's Day every March 01st, stirs the heart of every Welshman , woman and child, however far away they may be from home.. There is a pride and sense of community within the Welsh Valleys that flows through the blood uniting each and every soul to the beloved country of their bir...
This involves every day life in the northern town known as The Dalles, Oregon and the local Indians that live along the Columbia river.
When we're little, we do what we're told because we're told to. As we get older, we wonder if our kids will listen to us -- or should we listen to them? If you like "They Might Be Giants," you'll probably like this. But maybe not. ;) It is set to music, but sorry, I'm not uploading my...
New concept? Those introducing something new will be crucified like always. Heaven vs Spaceships up there in your normal night skies as against our escape route to the paradisaical universal home? Give me a break, you say? Yes, I will meet Galileo there and I will relay his hello...
Easter is not Christian, it predates Christianity and is a pagan fertility holiday. The Christian holiday is correctly known as Passover and was designed to often coincide with Easter to erase memory of it from history.
St Patrick's Day on March 17th, holds a very special place in the heart of every Irish man, woman and child. It is a time of celebration, of honouring their rich Irish Ancestry..but how and where did it first begin...? You might be surprised at what history reveals..
Every year Holi festival was celebrated in several parts of India mostly in West Bengal and Punjab and now it is popular in most of the state capitals celebrate it.
Have you ever wondered why Santa's laugh is "Ho, ho, ho", or why we kiss under the Mistletoe?
There are so many wonderful Christmas traditions, traditions we remember fondly from childhood and new traditions we start with our family that makes each year special.
This article gives the importance of the habits which we inherited from our family members
An example of forgiveness is given in a tragedy that happened a few years ago in Pennsylvania.
This Article Discusses About The Discrimination Against Girl Child And Her Plight In Rural India!
The 'Old Age Homes' Are On Increase In India Which Is Definitely A Question Tag On The Traditional And Cultural Values Of Typical Indian Family!
We have no choice about the circumstances of our beginnings. What happens, though, as we advance through life, involves more than the fate of birth but is directed by the direction and strength of our own will.
This page is about selling the old and unused things and collections
An insight into the traditions and cultures experienced when travelling to Sri Lanka.
March 18th in the UK is Mothering Sunday. Some may say it is just another over-commercialised day that takes advantage of kids and adults alike, but giving thanks comes from the heart, not always the pocket. A fascinating insight into the Origin and Tradition of Mothering Sunday.. It ...
Ah Leap Year, that time when all single men fear for their lives and run for cover as girls get that certain look in their eye as marriage bells chime. A light-hearted poem to tie-in with my recent article on February 29th.. A Ladies Privilege To Propose...
Marriages are great occasion and people from India are celebrating Marriage as a ceremony and have lot of fun and enjoyment with it.
King Cake is used during Mardi Gras. The cake takes from the biblical three kings. This article goes through a little bit of it's history.
Mardi Gras is fun and interesting time of the year. It is also known as Fat Tuesday. It is celebrated before Ash Wednesday and the Lenten season.
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