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Old Long Since: New Years Superstitions

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Ever wonder why we kiss our loved ones on the stroke of midnight on New Years?

Did you learn this from watching your parents?

Why do we sing songs and make noise to ring in the new year?

It’s because our old humanity, locked deep in the recesses of our minds, is holding onto something that we lost so very long ago.

Scratch a holiday deep enough, and you’ll reveal a lot of superstition. Dig a little, and you’ll find the husks that carried the old stories that were once born upon a kernel of truth.

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