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« Reply #15: April 11, 2007, 12:23:48 pm »

Washing of hands was aimed at recreating a common practice in ancient Hellenic practice. It provides a tie to ancient stuff.

I'd say such offerings should be to the gods as a whole or the family spirit. Not to one's patron since I feel it would discourage people from doing daily worship if they don't have a patron; or to think they have one when they don't.

Patron worship should be above and beyond the above.

I recommend a consistent time at a minimum. First part of the morning, before dinner or before bed seem likely to be easist to keep up.

I think any meal time things should be a seperate thread.
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