Patched Robe Monks

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle…

A priest at the Ann Arbor temple, Haju Sunim (aka Linda Murray), explained that Dumpster diving is actually a modern variant of an ancient tradition by which Buddhist “patched-robe monks” and nuns reclaimed clothing, sometimes from corpses, and would repair garments repeatedly to extend their life as much as possible.

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