My Saturday night looks like inviting over a family or a group of people for dinner. Last year, I lived in Israel over the summer. Their culture is very different than ours, and we can learn from them. In Israel, everybody gets Saturday off work, which means that everybody, poor and rich alike, gets a day off work which they can spend with their loved ones. On Friday night, people gather to socialize and eat dinner together, helping to create a tightly knit society. My family wanted to adopt some Israeli traditions for our family, which is the reason we invite people over to our house every weekend, at least before coronavirus hit. In Israel, people give up their freedom to work on Saturday for the good of the society. We Americans should also learn to give up some personal freedom for the good of the society.