Conflicts regarding tradition

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Re: Conflicts regarding tradition

Post by akeseh » 22 Dec 2017, 02:06

An African proverb says "tradition die hard" I will go for legends.

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Post by Momlovesbooks » 22 Dec 2017, 12:20

Traditions and data are both important. Traditions are a bond within families and cultures. I agree with others that there needs to be a happy medium between the two.

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Post by JadeK » 22 Dec 2017, 15:12

I agree that there is importance on both sides. Legend and data. They are both valuable and each has their own reasons for being important. I think there is a way that these two can complement each other and not have to just be one or the other.

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