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Why is a BIRTHDAY important to everyone? Because it’s a time when a person acknowledges the anniversary of his or her birth. People often celebrate their birthdays with a gift, party, or some special act.Did you know?
The idea of celebrating a birthday is a pagan (religious) tradition. In the past, Christians didn’t celebrate birthdays because of the link to paganism because as per pagans, evil spirits lurked on days of major changes, like birthdays. Ancient Greeks believed that every person had a spirit that attends on people’s birthdays and kept watch.
However, now that people have changed and the mindset has changed, we all have started taking it in a positive note and started celebrating their birthdays. Here are the reasons why birthdays should be celebrated?
Birth is the beginning of life- God has created us to serve a purpose in this world; every time we celebrate a birthday, it indicates that it is another chance to fulfill our mission.
It is an expression of thanking God for being born and still being alive!
Chance for a refresher-Birthdays is a refresher, a chance to regeneration; so no matter how things went yesterday or last year, we always can try again.
Acknowledge your existence- Celebrating a birthday is acknowledging our existence on this earth.
Bond with people on your birthday- it is an opportunity to bond with friends and family.BIRTHDAYS AND CAKES!
Can you imagine a birthday celebration without a cake? Can you imagine your wedding anniversary or an engagement ceremony without a cake? Yes, A party isn’t just a party without a CAKE! We believe there is no being in this world who doesn’t like cake... But have you ever wondered how this tradition of cutting cakes started? Well, this tradition holds back to the time even before history was recorded. Yes, it’s that old.FIRST CAKE EVER!
The actual, first birthday cake was made in Germany in the Middle Ages; the Germans would celebrate birthdays with cake, calling the celebration Kinder fest. However, the relation between cakes and birthdays may date back to the ancient Romans. The traditional Roman cakes were a course, bread-like product, and later became a much sweeter version, called Geburtstagorten. In the 15th century - Bakeries in Germany marketed one-layer cakes for birthdays and weddings, and that's how the modern birthday cake was born.
During the 17th century - The birthday cake took on its contemporary form with multiple layers, icing, and decoration with flowers. However, these cakes were only affordable to wealthy people.
In the 18 century - Cakes became accessible to the lower class with the industrial revolution and increase of goods and materials.Why Candles?
There are various theories related to this. Few scholars believe that the Greeks would make round cakes to honor Artemis, the goddess of the moon. The candles on the cake represent the moonlight, and the smoke from the candles carried their wishes to God's living in the sky.
Some scholars believe the tradition started in Germany, wherein a candle on cake represents “the light of life.”
Today, western cultures celebrate any occasion with cakes, candles, flowers, and songs. The number of candles (in a birthday cake) usually represents the age of the birthday boy/girl. People believe that a silent wish must be made while blowing out the candles; the wish cannot be shared with anyone, or it will not come true.Cakes in Different Cultures!
A simple single-layered bread-like product has now become a world of complex varieties and flavors. Different people in different countries celebrate cakes in different ways!
The typical Chinese birthday pastry is a lotus-paste-filled bun made of wheat flour and shaped and colored resembling a peach. Rather than serving one large cake piece, each guest is served their small cakes. In Western Russia, children are served fruit pies with a birthday greeting carved into the cake crust. The Swedish birthday cake is pound-shaped cake topped with marzipan and decorated with a national flag. Birthday pastries of Dutch are fruit tarts topped with cream. In India, there are varieties of cakes available. Few people in villages and small towns still cut the traditional bread cake, whereas city guys opt for various designs and flavors. Some popular flavors include red velvet with cream cheese frosting, vanilla bean with buttercream frosting and the classic Chocolate Cakes.
The next time you’re happily celebrating a party with friends and family, think of the long history of this fun and exciting tradition and share these stories with your friends...
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