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I really enjoyed this article, partly because one of the things I like about my life -- and, by extension, about the world today -- is the number of interesting weddings I've been to. Just in the past few years I've been to weddings with participants from Tanzania, Burma, Japan, India, Israel, and the Philippines, and my own wedding was an interfaith ceremony. It's so great to see people from different cultures celebrating together, and it didn't stop at the ceremony. In nearly every case, both families were thrilled to have met each other, and were overjoyed with the growth of their families.

(Don't mind me. I'm a sucker for weddings, and a sucker for the detailed saris that Indian women wear to weddings.)

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