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Tradition is an act, an activity, a feeling, or a way of thinking that has been forced into existence by repetition; without a strong effort towards repetition tradition cannot exist. Tradition is not something that arrives free of creation; tradition must be molded and formed in order to hold its form. If tradition is not pressed hard enough, or not enough effort is put into the creation of tradition, that tradition will quickly crumble. The act of continuous and conscious repetition is what molds tradition and makes traditions force so strong; if not enough repetition occurs tradition will soon begin to fade. Most traditions are very weak and, while taking generations to be created, can be destroyed very quickly when repetition is lost. The effort required for creation of a tradition is enormous in comparison to the miniscule effort necessary for destruction of the same tradition. Destruction of a tradition is so simple because all that is necessary is lose of tradition’s vital repetition. Repetition is the heartbeat of tradition; beats must occur in uniformed rhythm in order to function properly, and when too many beats are skipped tradition passes away. For tradition to survive in family, cultu

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