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  • Katerine Chung Chen

Family Together, We Have It All


“Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind, or forgotten.” - Lilo & Stich

Today is Visit Your Relatives Day! This another unofficial holiday that encourages you to visit our relatives and loved ones. This day is intended to give you the opportunity to get closer to our relatives and to build (or rebuild) family ties and relationships.

Nowadays, since it is common to let busy lifestyles take over, it is easy to lose touch with the people we care about. Sometimes, you only get to see your family around the holidays. And if they live really far away, you may not get to see them at all. In case you cannot visit your relatives today, we suggest you call them and/or send them a card. A visit can be a phone call or a face-to-face live chat on the computer. With today’s advanced technology, you can communicate with loved ones that live far away with a simple tap on your smartphones. It makes you feel that they are close, even if they are miles away. Life is too short to not make time for family.


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