The Importance Of Our Culture

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Every culture that has existed and will ever exist has ideals about what it means to be a part of their heritage. An example of this in American culture would be the idea of having a nuclear family and working diligently every weekday at an office job from nine to five. Another example of American idealism is how the American populace is expected to follow patriotism, to the point of being blinded by it. Ordinarily, this idea is reverberated everyday when defenseless citizens are mowed down by police brutality. Ultimately, it is the duty of each of us to remember our culture and exactly what it means to us. As Elie Wiesel stated in an essay “Without memory, there is no culture. Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future.” (Wiesel). I am not exempt as I have my own culture and so does everyone else on the Earth and in the next few paragraphs I will compare my culture with my suitemate Enzo Vavassori’s culture.…show more content…
This tradition has existed in the Dailey section of my bloodline longer than any of my living relatives. This devotion to fishing has caused my family to respect the water as well as the creatures that dwell beneath the waves. Another tradition of my family is having a tremendous summer vacation. Naturally, with my family’s love of the water, it would be safe to assume that no matter where we would go that the water would not be more than a cast away. Every year as a family we go to Branson, Missouri to a fishing camp called Lillie’s Landing. The camp itself is like something you would expect on a camping trip, and each room is essentially a log cabin divided into several massive

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