Does celebrations leave you ashamed?

@dee777 (1418)
South Africa
January 1, 2013 2:44am CST
We should celebrate life, and birthdays and holidays and birth of babies. Celebrating the beginning of another year is also nice, but how do you do it? I have seen so many drunk people the past couple of days...not knowing where they are... I would not be able to celebrate something good if I cannot remember anything about it the following day...
2 responses
• Marikina, Philippines
2 Jan 13
Ha ha Drunk people e? Maybe they drink a lot because their Christmas is so lonesome that they don't want to remember anything. Anyway, though we have a financial problem at home, we still celebrate Christmas. The food we prepare is not too much and we're so lucky that our relatives invite us to their Christmas party. I think that would be enough for us.
@dee777 (1418)
• South Africa
2 Jan 13
Hi there again! We also never go out of our way and then get into debt with our Christmas lunches. We always keep it very simple.
• India
1 Jan 13
Hi! I usually don't celebrate birthdays or holidays in a grand manner,I just have some of my favorites dish, spend sometime with the underprivileged children and offer them some good food and some clothing.After this I meet some of my friends relax and just stay free the whole day.I don't drink and I don't prefer partying because that cash can be used for some charity which may be a little helpful for them.
@dee777 (1418)
• South Africa
1 Jan 13
Wow! You have a huge heart. You put others first and that is so unselfish. I wish you well with all your endeavors for the New Year.