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  • laurie loves learning

    Prayers to scatter in the wind - Tibetan Buddhism

  • lisa parks

    it would be awesome if we could order them like this in bulk and have guests put together the prayer flags at the opening. or we could make our own or use strips of random colorful fabric.

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