Each year, approximately 6 million live trees are sold in Poland to decorate homes during the Christmas season. Their beauty, splendor and fragrance make up what we call the special Christmas atmosphere. They are their symbol. Two weeks past, most Christmas trees end up in a local rubbish dump. Alone or in a group, they are always a metaphor of everything that we bought before Christmas, usually without the slightest need and reflection, under the influence of advertisements, offers "3 in the price of 2", as compensation, or maybe just, to FEEL that Christmas has finally arrived. 

Each year, approximately 6 million live trees are sold in Poland to decorate homes during the Christmas season. Their beauty, splendor and fragrance make up what we call the special Christmas atmosphere. They are their symbol. Two weeks past, most Christmas trees end up in a local rubbish dump. Alone or in a group, they are always a metaphor of everything that we bought before Christmas, usually without the slightest need and reflection, under the influence of advertisements, offers "3 in the price of 2", as compensation, or maybe just, to FEEL that Christmas has finally arrived. 

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 Each year, approximately 6 million live trees are sold in Poland to decorate homes during the Christmas season. Their beauty, splendor and fragrance make up what we call the special Christmas atmosphere. They are their symbol. Two weeks past, most Christmas trees end up in a local rubbish dump. Alone or in a group, they are always a metaphor of everything that we bought before Christmas, usually without the slightest need and reflection, under the influence of advertisements, offers "3 in the price of 2", as compensation, or maybe just, to FEEL that Christmas has finally arrived. 
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Each year, approximately 6 million live trees are sold in Poland to decorate homes during the Christmas season. Their beauty, splendor and fragrance make up what we call the special Christmas atmosphere. They are their symbol. Two weeks past, most Christmas trees end up in a local rubbish dump. Alone or in a group, they are always a metaphor of everything that we bought before Christmas, usually without the slightest need and reflection, under the influence of advertisements, offers "3 in the price of 2", as compensation, or maybe just, to FEEL that Christmas has finally arrived. 

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