Traditions of the WorldWelcome to a Blog of Fabulous Stories!
I have a question for you. Do you have any family tradition? Children are always pleased to start and participate in family traditions; parents should appreciate this, as well; even harness this!read more
What we learned is that on every April 23rd “National Take a Chance Day” encourages all of us to give a step out of our Comfort Zone.
How can we celebrate Earth Day? From simple things like using a recycled paper bag instead of a plastic one, to making your business sustainable. We can make it a #TraditionsOfTheWorldread more
Once upon a time, there was a beautiful goddess named Ostara, she was the goddess of the dawn and the spring. Ostara would come to the earth every year to bring the spring and help the world rebirth after the cold Winter.read more
The Holy Week is a Christian tradition, and in some countries like Spain, UK, and Mexico amongst many others, people create impressive performances that are considered a Cultural Treasure.read more
World Art Day in the international celebration dedicated t the fine arts. It was declared back in 2012 by International Association of Art (IAA/AIAP), a partner of UNESCO.read more
Baisakhi is one of the major festivals of Sikhs and is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and gaiety in the state of Punjab and all throughout the world where there is a significant Sikh population.read more
Hi Friends, today I want to tell you a little bit about it. Palm Sunday is a Christian Tradition. It is a movable day, always the Sunday previous to Easter.read more
Health is our number one gift; we must appreciate it and take care of ourselves thoughtfully.
How can you celebrate the “World Health Day” in your community?
April is here, and look at it! It’s no joke, it’s full of holidays. Holidays are sources of joy and celebration, a reason for a happy moment where ever we are.read more
Do you know why today is called “April Fool’s Day” and we make pranks?
It’s a very old tradition.
April is around the corner, and this means not only warmer weather and flowers blooming but an opportunity to practice and enjoy some holidays.read more
Very long ago, in the fourth century BCE, Judah was destroyed, and all Jewish were taken captive to Babylon, a city controlled by the Persians. Jewish set themselves free with Esther’s help. This is Purim, a Jewish holiday that celebrates the salvation of the Jewish people in ancient Persia.read more
Let’s have fun with the spring myths and legends! Demeter, the goddess of nature, had a beautiful baby girl she called Persephone; she grew up to become a gorgeous young lady always very kind and close to her mother. Image by Jynette Tigner.read more
Historically, cultures have celebrated the end of the winter and welcome the spring with all sorts of festivals and activities. Some of them are relatively new, some others are thousands of years old.
Let’s go around the world to learn about some of them:
In the ancient cultures people used to receive spring with numerous rituals, some of them turned into traditions. Spring is the season when mother nature shows her generosity and her power to create, heal, and reproduce.read more
St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most amusing traditions. Funny Leprechaun pranks are one of the best things about St. Patrick’s Day!
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Ayurveda is an ancient health care tradition that has been practiced in India for about 5,000 years. The word Ayurveda comes from the Sanskrit, its meaning is Ayur (life) Veda (knowledge).read more
Every new year we are optimistic to believe that things will change. Nevertheless, crimes, incidents of hate, cruelty to animals, abuse terrorism and bullying continue and even grow.read more
Carnivals are annual festivals. Today I want to extend about the Venice Carnival. This fascinating city held the very first carnival in the 11th century.read more
I am so looking forward to tell you more stories about fabulous Traditions of the World.