Importance of Cultural and Religious Experience: Discussion of Dr. Flomenhaft’s Paper
extensive use of fortune tellers
expensive financial expense for religious practices such as paying for vows and seeking services of ritual specialists
the extent to which grandparents influenced family decisions, sometimes disastrously. For example, the grandfather who refused to have a child operated upon until too late, and only then did so when a fortune teller indicated to his satisfaction that “out of evil good will come.”
the extent to which the nurses were unaware of how much pain the children suffered because the parents did not volunteer information.
KeywordsReligious Experience Food Craving Chinese Parent Primary Provider Past Life
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