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#1 of 2 Old 12-07-2002, 03:38 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Do you think that the Gods and/or Goddesses care about what holidays we celebrate? Is it an insult (for lack of a better term) to them if we celebrate holidays outside our specific faith?

Do you see all holidays as religious?

I'm thinking about this because I have specific festivals that are for honoring my Gods/Goddesses but also feel culturally drawn to other celebrations probably out of habit.
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I think what's in your heart and mind is more inmportant than the tradition behind the holiday that you're celebrating. If you're drawn to a certain holiday, celebrate it your own way. If you trace any holiday back afr enough or through different cultures, you are bound to find some aspect that rings true to your heart.
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