Celebrate: v. to use a subset(s) for happiness and/or to get happiness using a special subset(s) and/or to get happiness by not doing a subset(s) for duration


Many of us like to celebrate because it is frequently a special occasion during which we indulge in interactions with close family and/or friends and generally experience much happiness.

An example of a celebration is also not doing very much but taking a vacation or sabbatical during which time we do very little work and indulge in some pleasant pastimes. Celebrations vary from culture to culture and significant celebrations are a little different in all of them but the urge to celebrate is universal for human nature.

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