I thought this would be an interesting topic for discussion...the comment came up in another topic, and figured it was pretty valid--particularly since I am one of the non-Christians that includes the "accessories" from what are seen as "Christian" holidays in our families celebration, and I didn't want to take up the other posters questions answering it.
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Because we can..That's what so great about America.
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Answer by Anonymous at 12:10 PM on Oct. 29, 2008
Because America over-emphasises the celebration of these holidays that you have no choice but to celebrate with our Christian counterparts. In India, many people will celebrate all holidays with each other, Christmas with the Christians,Eid with the Muslims Diwali with the Hindus, etc etc...I think its great that we can all get together and celebrate giving and family with one another.
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