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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

The Culture of the people





The way of life of particular people is Culture.It differs from one geographical area to another. They way a person eats, dress, dance, talk and do things tells the culture of the person. When a person is born, then he is raised through the culture of his people. The society also contribute a lot when it comes to culture. The activities of the society help shape one's life. For example Children in my society knows that, there is story telling time during every Saturdays at 7. The story telling is normally done by an elder in the community. As children assembles by the fire side, there is drumming and dancing and songs are used to intersect during the story telling. This serve as a break to relax your nerves and be awake if one is falling sleepy.

Through these stories, we are able to learn more about our culture. So by the time you grow up then you will be familiar with all the things surrounding your culture. some of the things we learn from these activities are.
Mother and Son



Pam McCabe


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Obedient. As the Good book tells as to obey our parents, so are we taught to obey not only our parents but the elderly, because blessing comes with obedience.

Respect. We are taught to respect others and most especially ourselves, since if you have respect for your self, there is no way, you will disrespect others. That brings to mind, the great respect we have for our Kings and Queens. That have kept our kingdom growing.

Peaceful. We are taught to always be peaceful, because there is a saying that, soup taste good, which simply means, if you don't take good care of your self and you find your self in trouble, then it is your own. This has stick in our minds and we always stay peaceful.
The Café Terrace on the Place du Forum, Arles, at Night, c.1888



Vincent van Gogh


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