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Why It Is So Important to Uphold Traditions While In the Midst of a Global Health Crisis

Why It Is So Important to Uphold Traditions While In the Midst of a Global Health Crisis

In times like these, it’s important to keep the things we can control as normal as possible. Because of the global health crisis we are all living in, our ways of life have changed a lot and all of a sudden, so when it comes to traditions, it is more important now than ever before that we stick to those traditions when we can. With Easter just around the corner and Passover already underway, there are a lot of traditions that families won’t be able to uphold as they normally would, but it is possible to modify some of those traditions in order to keep the holidays feeling like they normally would. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: This Dad Thought It Would Be Funny to Wrap Bricks Up for His Kids as Fake Christmas Presents, But It Didn’t Go So Well For instance, yes, a lot of our local churches and synagogues have been closed in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19. And yes, we might not be allowed to go to our grandmother’s house to enjoy her home-cooked ham and scalloped potatoes, but we can listen to mass and enjoy a meal with the sound of our loved …

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