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Ever since this time during the accession fi-om generation to generation. Ethnic and racial prejudices run rampant in today's global, multicultural society; our world is filled with conflict. This was my answer: "Regarding the rituals — without knowing what tradition you’re working with I can’t comment specifically. Hungry ghosts are depicted with large bellies and tiny mouths; driven by greed, they seek endlessly for something to eat or drink, but even when they find a morsel they can swallow, it turns into filth or fire in their mouths.

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Publisher: EyeCorner Press (July 23, 2013)

ISBN: 8792633234

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