Research studies show that humans can absorb and concentrate on about only seven ideas at once, with regard to what’s happening around us and how we process those things. It might be one of the primary reasons that we hold to certain traditions — things that we are familiar with and that don’t require a lot of new information to learn. Through tradition, we can find joy, often in the most simple of things, like coloring Easter eggs. We can decorate them to a certain theme or we can try something new, but the job itself is familiar to us. In the end, however, each one is a unique creation. Just like us.