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    #1

    The festival is not related to me, so i don't celebrate it.

    1) The festival is not related to me, so i don't celebrate it.
    2) We should celebrate the festival indirectly even if it is not related to you background.
    3 Celebrate a festival which is not related to your background.

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    #2

    Re: The festival is not related to me, so i don't celebrate it.

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    1) The festival is not related to me, so i don't celebrate it.
    2) We should celebrate the festival indirectly even if it is not related to you background.
    3 Celebrate a festival which is not related to your background.
    What is your question?

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    #3

    Re: The festival is not related to me, so i don't celebrate it.

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    What is your question?


    But generally a festival isn't related to you. It has relevance for you.

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