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November 03, 2008

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Ericka

I am so glad that someone else celebrates El Dia de Los Muertos. I grew up on the Mexican border, so I celebrate it every year. Although I am not a Christian, all my friends who celebrate The Day of the Dead are Christians. Mexico is, in fact, a mostly catholic nation. But, people in this country tend not educate themselves about other cultures. I can't tell you how many times I've had Christians admonish me for my love of Halloween because they believe it to be a holiday that glorifies demons. Not only is that a completely false classification of Halloween, but these same people put up Christmas trees every year and dye Easter eggs for their children. They get upset with me when I point out that Christmas trees and Easter eggs are also Pagan practices(see the Pagan holidays Yule and Ostara) that Christians have embraced, but nobody ever complains about those.

Anyway, great post! I'm happy to know there are people in this country who are open to other cultures.

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