Why Do We Celebrate Holidays?

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Holidays the world over are held to celebrate many different things. From Christmas to Easter, Halloween to Thanksgiving, we do this to either have fun, remember or commemorate special occasions, or simply have legal time away from work or school. Depending on the occasion, holidays are a good way of bringing people closer together.
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To my knowledge most of us celebrate holidays due to family traditions or our religious beliefs. Holidays are fun and exciting times to get together with the family.
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