Thread: Your Altar
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Milfoil  Milfoil is offline
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I guess it depends on what you see an altar as/what it represents to you and how you want it to 'work'. Personally I don't see a correlation between price of said object/altar and worth per say.

The most expensive thing I have is a statue of buddha which was reduced to 4.99! (about $7).

I see my little portable altar as a focus for devotion so for me it doesn't have to be big or expensive but what I put on it has to make sense. I think thats how most people see personal altars as compared to say a specific home altar for a specific faith (catholic, buddhist etc) which have certain rules as to their component parts.
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