-we had been all born into diverse social teams thus we find traditions important to bond all of us as different people -Social, religious, political, ethnicity
-emerge coming from culture
Customs still have a use
Traditions instill morals
yet how many people follow it?
Traditions train history, lifestyle, belief
although how many people care?
Traditions take people with each other e. g. Chinese Beginning of the year provides chance for whole family members to gather, communicate, interact, bond
Traditions not anymore serve a purpose
Westernisation/Modernisation/Ever-changing world offers changed/eroded/influenced sights or a large number of, set simply by forefathers, (traditions still remain important despite this, we still see people celebrating traditions, continuing it)
Advancements in technology have grown to be much of a frenzymadness, desperation, hysteria, mania, insanity, delirium, derangement (if persons really want to continue tradition, it might be their own responsibility and self-control)
An unspoken contempt of culture on the whole has grown
Actually most of the relativists have ignored the purpose of culture and blindly dispense hollow respect for doing it. Sociology and anthropology text messages imply it's just irrelavent stuff people come up with for the hell of it when they live near one another. With this kind of implication, it certainly seems a little absurd in today's world. Tradition emerges in just one scenario and provides only one purpose. When a group face a similar adversity as well, they do better if they deal with that together. A people's ordinaire solutions to adversity is their particular culture. In the event there's a limited supply of meals, we'll get used to the same fruits and lean meats and make use of the same food preparation techniques. Whenever we live in the same climate and around the same building materials, we're going learn to build dwellings collectively. If we experience the same weather condition and live near cotton plants, most of us weave identical clothing. If perhaps we're mixed up by the same...