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Keeping cultural traditions alive once you move out and are on your own can be a struggle. Not only do some traditions require extensive time (baking all day, creating certain crafts, etc.), but they also can be a hefty financial investment if you don’t have the correct supplies.

To most people, cultural heritage is still very important to them, even if they have trouble embracing it in their daily lives. Read about some ways in which to keep yours alive below!

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How to Keep Your Culture Alive

How to keep your culture alive Culture is an identity of an individual. It is a set of rituals, traditions and belief system that we follow. Culture gives us a presence in the society, which also works as a tool to identify others and their culture.

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How to Preserve Your Culture

Culture is an important factor in everyone’s life. It’s the foundation to a prosperous lifetime. In order to keep it alive, doing your part to preserve it is extremely necessary. This article will help you identify and act accordingly to the key factors in preserving your culture.

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Keep Your Own Culture Alive | Global Oneness Project

Tibetan monk and scholar Geshe Kalsang Damdul la emphasizes the importance of preserving individual cultures in the contemporary age of globalization, as they each offer something unique to humanity.

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Keeping Cultural Traditions Alive and Passing Them Down to Our Children – modernmami™

I’m on maternity leave as of December 8: The following is a guest post by Roxana A. Soto. There’s really no better way to expose our children to our Latino culture than to travel with them to the place where we – or our family members – were born.

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Author

Pam Didner

Posted on

August 9, 2013

Category
Personal Journal