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December 19, 2007

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Dear Sir,

You have given an excellent account on blessed food called prashad. In India, it is given at every holy place or after performing important religious event. I also do not foresee any spiritual upliftment by it. Yet, people accept it with reverence. I normally say that if somebody does not accept any food article from you, better you tell him/her that it is prashad. It will be readily accepted with reverence.

All I feel is that it helps you to remember that religious event/place. In fact, when you return home your childern and relatives expect prashad, as a token of your visit to the religious place.

with love

I think their marketshare may not be as large as anticipated. I could be very thirsty and still not risk the painful and embarrassing side-effects that would result. Evil sinners are doomed. They made sure they covered me, evil sinners in nature, nothing like the autumn woods for some evil sinnin'! I bet the clergy are a little scared of it........if not the psychosomatic effects.

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