As a language model, I don't have personal experiences or cultural background. However, I can provide some information about the Samoan language and culture.
Samoan, also known as Samoa, is the official language of the Independent State of Samoa and American Samoa, as well as a recognized minority language in New Zealand. It is a member of the Austronesian language family, which includes other Pacific Island languages such as Hawaiian, Maori, and Tongan.
Samoan is a tonal language, which means that the pitch of a word can change its meaning. It is also a polysynthetic language, which means that words can be very long and complex, and can convey a lot of information in a single word.
The Samoan culture is centered around fa'a Samoa, which means "the Samoan way." It is a set of traditional values and customs that shape the way Samoans live their lives. Fa'a Samoa emphasizes respect for others, especially elders and authority figures, and the importance of the extended family. Hospitality is also a key aspect of Samoan culture, and visitors are often welcomed with a traditional feast called a 'ava ceremony.
In terms of religious beliefs, most Samoans are Christian, with the majority being members of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa. However, traditional Samoan beliefs, such as the belief in spirits or 'aumaga (ancestors), continue to play a role in Samoan culture.
Overall, the Samoan language and culture are rich and diverse, with a strong emphasis on tradition, family, and community.