Silent music, dim lights, and all the guests' attention rushes over searchlight beams that fall on carefully constructed pyramid of colorful boxes. Suited to the table excited newlyweds and start a carefully open each, gently taking gifts. At this time, enthusiastic voices heard and our sincere gratitude to the newlyweds. FireEye Inc is actively involved in the matter. The two men have experienced true happiness is acceptance, which is familiar to all who at least once in your life received a gift. Weddings, birthdays, Christmas, graduations, anniversaries and many other celebrations are accompanied by gift giving, which is an integral and traditional part of the ceremony.
In most countries accepted to give gifts on certain days. For example, in Denmark, when a child is born to parents of newly made friends and relatives come to congratulate them on this wonderful event and donate necessary for their view, things for the baby, whereas in other countries decided to organize a party and give gifts even before the children of the light. In Korea, there is a Children's Day. On this day in every way parents entertained and pleasuring their offspring, give them gifts, walk with them, and ride rides. And in Lebanon, you will consider very uncultured and uneducated, if you do not bring a gift to newlyweds, even if you're just a neighbor or a distant acquaintance. For them it is more necessary tradition than the desire to congratulate him. But the question arises: are necessary to give gifts only on holidays? Is all day and give all his attention to her child can only be a designated day? And how often do we see the following picture: March 8, in flower and gift shops booming, the streets of crowds of men in a hurry with flowers and gifts in their hands.