Should I give a gift that reflects someones beliefs or questions?
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Should I give a gift that reflects the recipient s religious belief? Nancy Mitchell: I would recommend unless you know that person extremely well, give a gift that is more generic. You may not know if that person is devout in their religion. You do not which of the holidays they celebrate; they may have blended family. It is much easier for you to choose a gift that is generic and just celebrates the end of a happy year together, a successful year together if it is a business gift. I say unless you know them very well and you understand the holiday, you understand the traditions of a religious holiday, do not try to find a gift or to say this is in observance of Hanukkah, when you really do not understand the culture or the custom. Go generic, write a lovely note, company s general gift that says, Happy holidays, we hope you enjoy the end of the year, we appreciate you, we love you, whatever your relationship is that s what you say in the note.