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Religion at Home (4:29)

Production by Alison Furlong
Interpretive texts by Veronica Salinas

(beep of smoke detector)

R e c I t a t I o n
(beep)
o f
(beep)
t h e
Q u r a n
(beep)
“We offer ourselves and this congregation to you” WOOF
V o I c e
(beep)
c h a n t i n g
(beep)

“That might be something to think about - mead pickles” “Pickle mead?” “How would that work? I don’t know about that…”

“Two nights before Tibetan New Year and that night we Tibetan tend to make noodle soup”

“Nine different kinds of grains
or beans
to symbolize
a fertile harvest
But Karma doesn’t like so many things in his
So we do more of a broth, with tomatoes, shallots, garlic, onions, celery, ginger…”
C H A N T
O O O O M M M
(ding di-ding ding ding)
C H A N T
C H A N T
C H A N T
(ding di-ding ding ding)
“The body of Christ broken for you.”
“The blood of Christ shed for you.”
“Because He loves you.”
HAIL THE HALL!

“We are going to make a dough out of this and squeeze it so all your fingerprints are in it. And while you doing that[...] you pray that all my sickness, bend and cut there, all my sickness, pray and throw them away.”

Children’s voices sing calmly

Shema yisroel, Adonai eloheinu, Adonai echad Baruch sheim kevod malchuto le'olam vaed
(ding di-ding ding ding)

(These are prayer flags which are old and they’ve fallen on the ground, and you can’t just throw them away)

“We’re burning these in order to destroy them?”
“And it’s the same with teachings or scriptures…they can’t be thrown away so they should be burned.”

(ding di-ding ding ding)
R e c I t a t I o n
(beep)
o f
(beep)
t h e
Q u r a n
(beep)

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