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My mother somtimes visits fortunetellers for fun.
most of them are not based on something from ghosts
, rather oriental philosophy "iching"
is iching also can be regarded as superstition ?
my girlfriend is really scared at it.
who do i have to persuade my girlfriend or my mother ?
-- hyunseok kim (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 27, 1998
The "I Ching" is a Chinese System I'm not sure you can call it a Religion. Many Chinese healing techniques and medicine are based on it. It's interesting reading. I read it a long time ago and it helped me understand oriental medicine a little better.
-- Rich pohlman S.F.O. (REPSFO@Prodigy.net), April 28, 1998.
The "I Ching" is indeed a form of asian philosophy. Some folks do treat it like a form of fortune telling....I've given it a good look and I think the fortune telling aspect is exactly what YOU put into it.. Nothing about it should be scary...unless a person wants to live in some sort of silly fear over a philosophy. Now, I find the really interesting question to be your last sentence. "why do I have to persuade my girlfriend or my mother"
What type of persuasion are we talking about here?
-- Connie Ostlund (email@example.com), April 28, 1998.