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Monks were born in wealth. If a family had multiple sons, one could be sent to live a life of a monk.
The child would give up his wealth to live a holy life. He would then follow the strict steps to go from a novice to a monk.
Even though he had given up his wealth, monks did not lead a life of the poor. They were well feed and literate.
A monks life in a monastery dedicated their lives to worship, reading, and manual labor.
Monasteries were self-sufficient, so monks labored, growing their own food to provide for themselves.
A monk's daily life was based on three vows: The of Poverty, Chastity, and Obedience.
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