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Author Topic: 21st Century Temple  (Read 8833 times)
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« Reply #9: October 19, 2007, 12:12:35 pm »

I doubt I would ever be lucky enough to have my own temple, but one day I'd love have my own roofed garden shrine, which be reached up a few stone steps. The shrine would have three altars, one dedicated to Zeno, (the founder of Stoicism), one to his master Socrates and one to Hera. On each altar I would have an offering bowl, a bowl for water, some incense and a statue of for each shrine. I think a bowl in which to tend a sacred fire. 



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