First Communion is a traditionally important festive occasion for Catholic & Maronite families in Lebanon and is usually celebrated in the month of May.
Kelee, a shop in Zouk Mosbeh that sells gifts and gadgets for all occasions, is drawing attention by keeping Incense burning in front of its place for a few days. That ought to get him few extra customers especially that almost everyone living in that area has to pass in front of the shop to head to Beirut or Jbeil.
However, Kelee should have executed its idea better as the incense burner is badly placed and looks cheap. One might think it’s the Jean & Jean shop or nearby garage wishing everyone a blessed first communion. Garages in Lebanon are very religious as we all know.
HAHAHAHA I can’t believe someone talked about this !!!! I had the same exact opinion every time I passed near there