Americans versus Buddhism; The idea of Food

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Religion

 

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Francis S

 

Date added:

February 11, 2017

 

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University

 

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A

 

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In America people usually work for their food but Buddhist monks are not able to. In some countries where different geographic and political conditions affect the practice of walking down the street asking for food, people can adapt to the country. Buddhist monks in America have adapted to the society through their temples...
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Buddhist temples organize the food offering service as apart of the whole worship service. So at every service you are asked to donate what food you are able to give or leftovers that you have to the monks. To Buddhists, donating food to the monks is a sign of good character and is something that is seen as a good thing and they are blessed for having a good heart...
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