Tradition is a habit
Tradition comes from Latin, meaning ' surrender ' or ' surrender '. It is a certain use, ACT, celebration which has been taking place for years within a particular population group. A tradition can be a commemoration, a feast, the passing of a story, etc. Often (but not always) it is also related to a religious beliefs. Old and new celebration is something that is known throughout the world, but Sinterklaas is not. In Dutch it is, for example, tradition that at a birth rusks with mice is eaten.