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When I was in grade three, my parents took us to see the movie musical, “Fiddler on the Roof”. At the start, there was a man playing a fiddle up on a house roof, and the main character talks about this tradition of a “fiddler of the roof”. Before long he says, “You may ask: How did this tradition get started? I’ll tell you. I don’t know. But it’s a tradition!” And he goes on to talk about the importance of tradition to them, even though they don’t know how most of their traditions got started. This reminds me of that story about the newlywed who was preparing a roast to cook, and cut off the end of the meat. Her curious young husband asked her why she did that. She had to admit that

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