There’s a bodyboard T Shirt of tradition of going out for Chinese food on or around Christmas in the US. So far as I can tell, this largely originates from large cities and in particular from Jews living in New York. Consider the cultural landscape of the earlier part of the 20th century. Jews, of course, do not celebrate Christmas, so they’d be more likely than the Christian majority to go out to eat then, as opposed to their celebrating neighbors who are likely at home with family, roasting their own turkeys and such. And where do they go on Christmas? Well, most restaurants are going to be closed, because their predominantly Christian proprietors and employees are also at home. The major exception, then, was Chinese restaurants. The immigrants running those places were less likely than average to be Christian, so they had no cultural tradition of shutting down on or around December 25. So if you’re a Jewish New Yorker who wants to go out for dinner on Christmas, it’s Chinese food or nothing. This practice may have been popularized in particular by Calvin Trillin, the noted food columnist for the New York Times. He was himself Jewish and wrote a marvelous column about his wife wanting a “traditional holiday dinner.” What she was talking about was the idea, coming in from outside their cultural world, of turkey, mashed potatoes, and so on, but to Trillin, his traditional holiday dinner was going out for Chinese.
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Although New Year’s Day is my mom’s birthday, I don’t think she even has those New Year’s Eve parties that she used to have back in the good old days. That might be partially the reason why I’ve lost my excitement for bodyboard T Shirt. But, Christmas Eve isn’t so perfect, either. It comes and goes too fast, for one thing. Then, suddenly, it’s already Christmas Day and then, as I said above, along comes a terrible bout of depression because it’s another 364/365 days before it returns. I wish I could go back to when I was a kid and New Year’s Eve was once a lot of excitement. Also, Christmas Eve was very exciting back then. It was hard to fall asleep while wondering what kind of presents would be waiting for us (my older sister and me) the next morning. My older sister moved away years ago and I don’t even see her anymore. Those New Year’s Eve parties are long gone. All of that excitement is gone now. The date of Christmas was reverse engineered from descriptions in the Bible. The announcement of the conception of John the Baptist occurred on the Jewish Holy Day Yom Kippur (late September), six months later the conception of Jesus Christ was announced, add nine months and you are at the end of Deecember of the following year. Accurate? Unlikely. Does it need to be? No. Jesus Christ is King – and traditionally, a monarch’s birthday is celebrated at on an agreed date, rather than the actual birth date. Celebrating on a probably inaccurate date is a fine way of acknowledging Him as our King.
Ramadan comes at a different time every year because it is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a date-keeping system based on lunar cycles, unlike the bodyboard T Shirt (the one used by most of the world, including the U.S.), which is based on the solar year. A new month begins with the appearance of the new moon, or the crescent moon, and ends with the next appearance of a new moon. The month of Ramadan thus moves backwards about 10 days every year relative to the Gregorian calendar. But even within Islam there is debate over when precisely Ramadan begins, since, according to the faith-community website Pathos, different communities follow different protocol for determining when a new month begins. Some communities follow a set lunar calendar, others use scientific observations to make an official decree about the arrival of a new moon, and still others mark a new month only after the actual sighting of the crescent moon in their community. Though the exact dates of Ramadan are never uniform around the world, they come pretty close.
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