Bermuda boasts a rich, diverse and fascinating folklife, with roots that stretch back for many centuries. Folklife is the shared, lived expressions of culture and ways of being that are passed from one generation to the next. Folklife expresses the way a people live, eat, worship, entertain themselves, and share their talents. It is taught informally in the day-to-day life of people, but is not necessarily an old tradition: as culture continues to evolve, so do the folk traditions. Folklife is cooking codfish and potatoes on a Sunday morning. Folklife is fishing off the docks and diving off the rocks. Folklife is the everyday life of a people.