Schlepping Towards Enlightenment

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For obvious reasons this whole set of teachings was hidden by the Buddhist clergy because it confuses most people and doesn't really help with with the practical goal of stress elimination. The in- habitants have face- of similar shape to that of their continent, ''.-.. simiew hat triangular. Desirous of showing what the women of eminence whom he has chosen for delineation really were — how they lived, moved, and acted— the author has presented them wherever he could "as painted by them- selves or their contemporaries."

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