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A Monk would normally join the Monastery as a child and grow up there for the rest of his life.
If you are over the age of 15 and decide to join, then you will be considered a novice and have your whole head shaved off except for a small circle around your ear . After the year you then must take your vows and you will no longer be considered a novice.
Once inside the walls you can not leave without permission.
You must pay a great fee to be allowed to live here and be a Monk but do not worry you will be treated like a King.
You will sleep here for the rest of you life and pray here together with other Monks and speak the sacred language that only we speak. We follow the Benediction Rule made for provision for work as an Integral Part of Monastic work. Also we believe that you must be able to read and write to enter because that makes up a great amount of what we do.
Each day we work together pray together and eat together. Work ranges from things like washing and cooking, to working in the fields, to providing education.
Our religion is based off of 3 main vows that you must follow, The Vow of Poverty, The Vow of Chastity and The Vow of Obedience. We also perform work of charity to others and provide education to those who wish to be future Monks.
Now are you ready to become a Monk? Once you enter you can not leave but there are many great benefits such as shelter food and other necessities.
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