Everyone knows what traditions are, butsomeone appreciates them, and someone wants to leave them. This term is understood as a comprehensive distribution among a whole nation or within a country, but it must be said that family traditions are a much more important category to be adhered to.
Traditions of the family are not widely spread over a large territory, they have value within a single cell of society, and many of them have developed into more global significance.
Family traditions can relate to a variety ofregions, for example, in some families there are labor traditions of the family. They assume that in all subsequent generations children will follow the tradition and occupy a certain profession.
This tradition can apply to allfamily members (all in the family doctors) or for certain members (the oldest son in the family works as a metallurgist). Previously, such traditions were very strong in importance, now it is very difficult for all family members to limit their choice and force their whole lives to be devoted to a single profession, to which there may be no inclination. It is for this reason that such traditions fail.
Often labor traditions take place in well-offfamilies, in which the company, managed by a family member, is passed from generation to generation. Such traditions are popular in Europe and the US, where private business is a family business and is passed on from generation to generation. At least one of the children should at one time take the post of head of the company and strive for its development until he passes it on to his child. Such a tradition is good because, as a rule, it carries a revenue component. True examples of the collapse of even a stable labor tradition in history there is a lot. All this is due to the fact that each person's interests are individual, and therefore it is very difficult to bind everyone to a single activity.
In addition to labor, highlight the cultural traditionsfamilies that store much easier. Cultural traditions can be both large-scale, and not very. For example, when every child in the family before going to school is recorded on videotape with the pronunciation of the motto, we can say that the family has a small cultural tradition.
Traditions of the family, especially cultural ones, candifferent areas. Maintaining a genealogy from one generation to another is also a cultural tradition that should be in every family. After all, the goal of the genealogy is the study of the family tree, the family becomes the highest value, and this quality must be instilled in every child. Therefore, the compilation of a family tree can become a wonderful tradition in every family.
Many family traditions can relate to festivedates. Some families prefer to celebrate the anniversaries of the wedding, gathering together, others believe that this is stupid and meaningless. Every family has the right to choose their family traditions, but it is best that they are. After all, family traditions make the family not just a social unit, but a close-knit team that will always help native people.
Speaking against family values and traditions,it is worth thinking about what you are refusing. Previously, all families lived their communities, thereby increasing their economy and enriching themselves. It was always possible to come to the aid of each other and in happy days and moments of loss. The family has always been a solid foundation, and this is possible when family traditions are not the last place.
It is not necessary to build global and complex values,which can not be repeated to future generations, but the celebration and congratulation of relatives, gatherings in the evenings at a common table, outdoor recreation, common interests are all good family traditions that are pleasant to support everyone. It is not necessary to add a cult of rituals a heavy burden, it is enough to introduce pleasant family traditions that will be valuable for everyone.