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  • My Family is Defined by Our Indian Patriotism, Bond, and Traditions

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    of culture with every city, every state having a new experience to offer. However what binds us all together is our National Flag, the Tricolour. The flag is probably the biggest symbol, not just of our independence but of the lives of Indians. My family epitomises the true meaning of our flag. The first colour, saffron, is a symbol of sacrifice and courage. Because of my father’s job I have had to change cities constantly. Every three or four years there was another transfer, another city, another

  • family traditions

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    The first family tradition I want to talk about relates to the fact that I'm half Moroccan. Ever since I was a child, we would go as a family every summer vacation to Morocco. It started longer than I can remember, and it is still continued until today. I would say that my mother was behind the idea of this tradition, but definitely my father has as much appreciation for the tradition as her. My mother's appreciation for this tradition comes from the prospective of meeting her family and friends

  • Family Traditions

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    little, dead, bare Christmas tree was prophesying what the season would really bring that year to the family, almost nothing. How could they save the holiday? It seemed almost hopeless, but it turned into my family’s most loved and fun family ritual. To this day, I cannot remember a Christmas morning where Santa did not fill the entire living room floor with balloons. Every Christmas morning my family wakes up to a jungle of balloons; long skinny ones that look like baseball bats, the regular round

  • Tradition: My Family Tradition

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    Family Tradition Eyes glowing in excitement, body squirming in thrill for the weekend that is about to happen. My mom asks me “Are you all packed and ready to go to the cabin?” I reply anxiously “YES,YES, yes!” Every year on July third, fourth and fifth of July my family gathers at my family’s lake cabins. It is like a huge party only for the Scott’s! My family has property on Mokins Bay on Hayden Lake there is a total of four lake cabins all right next to each other. My dad and his two brother’s

  • Importance Of Family Traditions

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    Different families have different family traditions. Meaningful family traditions provide parents with an invaluable tool for carrying out their divine responsibility to rear children in love and righteousness. As families establish and follow traditions, each family member is strengthened and the family as a whole grows in unity and love. The Family: A Proclamation to the World states that wholesome family recreation is important in building successful families. By creating traditions that bring

  • My Family Traditions

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    Traditions are so individualized and exclusive to each person or family. Traditions are basically a standard set of beliefs or customs that your family teaches you or perhaps you create and you pass down to your children. My own life has been impacted from the core due to the beliefs that my own parents have taught me. Throughout the time, I have modified some of those beliefs. Other traditions I have kept and taught my child because they hold value to my heart and society. Throughout my paper, I

  • My Family Tradition

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    My Family Tradition While preparing for this paper, I thought very hard about any specific traditions that my family has or has had in the past. Although thinking and brainstorming for a long time I could not come up with one tradition that my family has. I think that the main reason for that is because, almost everyone in my family has gone through a divorce. Ending a marriage seems to be very popular in our society today, one statistic states that, “50% of first marriages end in divorce.”

  • Family and Tradition in The Lottery

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    reading it would seem as though the lottery that took place in the village was a family friendly tradition that had been carried on for many years. However upon a closer look, it seems as if “family friendly” could be the wrong term to use to describe the lottery due to the nature of what takes place during this tradition. So, the question stands, is the lottery really a family friendly tradition in the village? The tradition of the lottery had been around so long that it was never a question as to whether

  • Essay About Family Traditions

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    statement about families, “You don’t choose your family. They are God’s gift to you, as you are to them.” (Tutu, 1986) With that being said, every family has its own unique traditions, values and beliefs. My family’s values are very broad starting from church and going to education. We believe in only drinking moderately and respecting elders. Our traditions go from cooking food and celebrating the holidays, to learning how to swim. The traditions, values and beliefs of my family may have come from

  • Importance Of Family Traditions And Cultural Legacies

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    How do family traditions and cultural legacies contribute to and/or inhibit an individual’s self-identity? Traditions and cultural legacies has always been a thing of the pass going to our future. Families study the form of traditions for many years. It’s in insight in to what is our pass and to what may become our future. Families have worked hard to keep this a alive in each one of the generations that is coming up behind them. Traditions and cultural legacies has been the idea was of identify