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Family Relationships And Indians
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  bkravi wrote on 2012-02-01 20:04:43
Being very partial to Indian customs, I like to point out the strength of Indians in the family structure, the most robust of family structures. While, at the same time, considering that a family is also made up of children and parents, whose roles may be reversed, where the spirit is strongest. Seeing people in many realms, in bundles, and in single entities, I like people as particles and molecules, but more greatly as spirits of sprites, nymphs, as well as the heavy weighted boulders, and planets, the dragons, and the leviathans, seeing to it, that life is full of many characters across all spectrums.

Sprites and nymphs are individualized characters, while the leviathans and robust dragons carry thousands of people, entities in locomotion, etc.. Thus being, roles of parenthood, are the portions wielding these characteristics. evoking these chains of being of continuing. heshi, namasthe.

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