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In it's simplest form, a tradition is something we do, either individually or collectively in a group, each and every year around or on a specific date or time.
And, because of this, we call it a "tradition", because it's something we, and everyone who knows us, knows we do. Year in and year out. Without fail.
Of course, in this instance, we're talking about Christmas as that specific time or date when we do these things. Hence the term "Christmas Tradition".
Some people may give presents to one another. Others may take gift giving to a whole new level and only give gifts to those that are poverty stricken. Still, others may not give any store-bought gifts and have gift qualifications of those that are only "hand-made" by their loved ones.
Every single family has their own rich, historic, family traditions that go back generations. And others make up their own for a new generation to enjoy.
All traditions whether new or old, are practiced greatly upon what each individual family, or person, feels should, or likes, to be done.
Traditions can be simple, or they can be complicated. Say, for instance, that every year, you and your family decides that there should be one new Christmas tree decoration purchased to mark that year. To preserve that moment in time when your family was together and things were at their best.