Religion is a set of combined beliefs and practices of a group of people, codified as prayer, ritual, and religious law. Religion still includes past or cultural traditions, writings, history and history, and mythology, as well as personal belief and mystical experience. The word "religion" refers to personal practices that involve group beliefs and group rituals and communication that are rooted in shared beliefs.
Seven Deadly Sins
1. subra han kaurag (LUST) (Kalibugan)
2. subra hin kahubya (SLOTH) (Katamaran)
3. subra hin Kahambugan (PRIDE) (Kayabangan)
4. Extra Wind (ANGER) (Anger)
5. GLUTTONY (Greed)
6. excessive greed (GREED) (Greed)
7. super pity (ENVY) (Envy)
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