Traditions of the World

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We are so rich! We live in a world full of Myths and Legends. Our history defines our culture and beliefs.Most Traditions were born thousands of years ago, they come together with rituals, many of them are so fun, like Christmas, Halloween, or Easter.

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Hi, I am Martin!

Welcome to Traditions of the World®

Traditions usually come from very old myths and legends. They tell a lot about our origins and define our culture. These differences make us unique and rich. Traditions help us to understand others better.

Come join us in this journey full of stories, myths and legends, we will see magic, fairies, some monsters too. All of them are part of the Traditions of the World.

Halloween

Many years ago, like 2,000 years ago; Celts used to celebrate Samhain. To them, Samhain was New Year, as well as the ending of the old, and harvest season.

This day was both magical, and also the most frightening time of the whole year.

At Samhain's Eve on the last day of October, time lost all meaning and the past, present, and future became one. The line dividing the world of the living, and the world of the dead were so thin; that the dead people were able to walk into the world of the living. It was a night of ghosts, demons, and witches.

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Traditions Calendar

27

Oct

Diwali

Origin: India

It’s the “festival of lights,” it celebrates the triumph of light over dark and good over evil, and the blessings of victory.

31

Oct

Halloween

Origin: Old Ireland/Scotland

The night when the line between the world of the dead and the world of the living becomes thin and the dead ones can visit us.

1

Nov

All Hallows

Origin: Various

Many cultures honor their ancestors on the Day of All Hallows by leaving food for their spirits crossing to visit them.

A Word

From Our Manager

Some of my happiest memories come from the Traditions.

I remember this family Tradition; every Sunday we all would go to a picnic with my grandfather. Sundays were Fundays.

As I grew up, I became more curious about people’s culture. I realized that the more I learned about people, the more my appreciation and respect would grow. I made friends from many countries.

Learning about others is the seed to kindness, tolerance, appreciation, and friendship. Our differences make us rich..

– Monica Paul

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A blog of traditions

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I am so looking forward to hearing from you. I would love it if you share your ideas.

Is there any Tradition you would like us to consider?

Martin.

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