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  • Most People Don't Come Back for the Right Reasons on Random Surprising Rumspringa Facts About Amish Tradition Of Rumspringa

    (#13) Most People Don't Come Back for the Right Reasons

    One of the main problems with growing up in such a strictly organized religion is that you're cut off from the rest of the world. The Amish people believe that anyone who isn't Amish will go to hell when they die, so most teens that leave the farm for rumspringa end up returning for the wrong reasons. 

    One Amish man said, "I think that most return not because of faith, but rather out of fear or guilt and, in my opinion, fear in not true faith."

  • Most Teens Come Back to the Amish Faith on Random Surprising Rumspringa Facts About Amish Tradition Of Rumspringa

    (#21) Most Teens Come Back to the Amish Faith

    It's romantic to believe that teens that leave on rumspringa, find their way in the world, and never return to their farms, but statistics show that more than 80% of rumspringers come back home after their time out in the city. 

  • Amish Kids Love Beer as Much as Non-Amish Kids on Random Surprising Rumspringa Facts About Amish Tradition Of Rumspringa

    (#9) Amish Kids Love Beer as Much as Non-Amish Kids

    An NPR dissection of the Amish party ceremony continually notes how much beer the kids drink. Picture in your mind's eye, "A used-car-lot inventory of cars, trucks, buggies, bicycles, and motorcycles is already parked here. Iced coolers of beer are put out; Amish teenagers reach for bottles with both hands."

    With such a selection, the favorite is clear: "Beer is the liquid of choice, but there are also bottles of rum and vodka, used to spike soft drinks."

  • Parents Don't Want Their Kids to Go Nuts on Random Surprising Rumspringa Facts About Amish Tradition Of Rumspringa

    (#12) Parents Don't Want Their Kids to Go Nuts

    Contrary to popular belief, Amish parents don't tell their kids to leave home and go wild in the fields of Pennsylvania. But at the same time, parents don't want to impede on their children's free choice in the decision to become Amish. Amish parents might disapprove of their children's behaviors, but they rarely exercise authority to prevent some of those actions.

  • It's Not a Big Deal in Some Communities on Random Surprising Rumspringa Facts About Amish Tradition Of Rumspringa

    (#16) It's Not a Big Deal in Some Communities

    According to an ex-Amish blogger, this whole rumspringa thing isn't that big of a deal to most folks. On their blog, they write that rumspringa should actually be a journey a self-discovery rather than a two-year-long, Coors Lite-fueled excuse to leave Pennsylvania

  • Even the Amish Like to Haul Ass on Random Surprising Rumspringa Facts About Amish Tradition Of Rumspringa

    (#6) Even the Amish Like to Haul Ass

    In May 2016, five Amish teenagers thought to be on rumpsringa were pulled over when Indiana state troopers caught them driving 110 mph in their minivan and tossing cans of beer out the window. When the state troopers searched the vehicle, they found a handle of whiskey and multiple cases of beer. 

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I can't imagine life in modern society where I have never used tools such as phones, computers, cars, or elevators. You need to understand what Rumspringa means to the Amish. Rumspringa is an aging ritual practiced by many Amish communities where young people are allowed to enjoy the freedom they have never had before. 

They will be allowed to leave the farm, join a normal society, and even indulge in the electronic devices and vices of modern society. When they finish this ritual, they can decide whether to return to the community or reject the Amish life. The random tool introduced 21 details about the Amish tradition of Rumspringa.

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