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Buddhist alms in Si Phan Don, Laos. Every day child monks from the temple walk in the village with their alms bowls to collect food, prepared and offered by the locals, and to recite a short prayer in exchange. Ritually, Buddhist monks in Laos have only two meals a day: one in the morning and one at noon. They fast in the evening.  (Photo by Basile Morin) Photo used under CC BY
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