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...We specifically asked him if he knows anything about the sky burial that we heard still takes place in Litang.Sky burial, for those of you who don't know, is a Tibetan tradition in which you leave the dead people for the vultures to be eaten....
To be honest I consider it to be the most sensible of the three. Burial at sea might be similar...
A monk arrived, looking more like a butcher, and in his hand there was a big and heavy axe. He sat next to the skeleton and started to crush the bones one after the other. He was working there in the sun for almost an hour, crushing the skeleton to pieces. He even crushed the skull, took out the brain, and added it to the big pile. The sound of the axe hitting the bones and the rock will never leave me till my last day.
The guy who wrote this is way attached to his physical body.
And who isn't?
Bury me in a farm, so I can feed people with my corpse
I'm all for green technology...but not Soylent Green.
Meh...I'll settle for a Viking funeral.
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