Reasons for Gifts

When you give a gift, what are the usual reasons why people give gifts to someone? Sometimes, gift are given as an expression such as of love or friendship, as an expression of gratitude for a gift received or of something else, expression of piety, in the form of charity, as an express of solidarity in the form of mutual aid, and many more. Visit an online Gift Philippines site to learn more about how to send some gifts back to the Philippines.

Other reasons has also been cited that gifts are also given as a way to share wealth with friends, employees, family members and more. Other reason involve gift given as a way to offset misfortune, These reasoning is more commonly associated with the Chinese culture where feng-shui experts would give out gifts to offset misfortune due to their readings or to give more luck.

Gifts has also been considered as a form of a souvenir commonly given on weddings where the couple would give a souvenier to their guests as a sign of thanks or more commonly seen when someone visits a certain place. Give flowers to your loved ones by visiting an online Gift Philippines shop to learn more about how this can be done.

Gifts are also given to celebrate a special occasion or event, or as a tradition practiced for many generations. These occasions and events are as follows:

* A Birthday where the person who has his or her birthday gives cake, etc. and/or receives gifts
* A potlach in societies where status is associated with gift-giving rather than acquisition
* Christmas where people give each other gifts, often supposedly receiving them from Santa Claus
* Saint Nicholas Day where people give each other gifts, often supposedly receiving them from Saint Nicholas (other than Christmas, Saint Nicholas Day is celebrated mostly in european countries.
* A wedding, where the couple receives gifts and gives food and/or drinks at the wedding reception
* A wedding anniversary where couples celebrate their wedding anniversary by giving gifts with each other. Gifts may vary between cakes and material gifts.
* On funerals where the visitors bring flowers, the relatives of the deceased give food and/or drinks after the ceremonial part
* To celebrate a birth where the baby receives gifts, or the mother receives a gift from the father known as a push present
* Father’s and Mother’s day where parents would receive gifts from their children
* Exchange of gifts between a guest and a host, often a traditional practice

If you want an easier way to send some gifts, may it be flowers or other material objects, back to your loved ones in the Philippines, then visit an online Gift Philippines shop to learn more about how to do this.

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