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SIGNIFICANCE OF SALT

WE HAVE A ROAD SIDE STAND BACK HOME. ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS WANTED
SOME SALT TO EAT TOMATOES WITH. RATHER THAN GIVE THEM THE SALT,
HE SOLD IT TO THEM. LATER TOLD ME NEVER TO GIVE SALT AWAY. FOR
IF YOU DO, YOU WILL BECOME WEAK, AND OTHER PEOPLE WILL HAVE POWER
OVER YOU. SALT, THEREFORE, HAS MUCH SIGNIFICANCE AND MEANING.

Where learned: LOCATION NOT RECORDED BY COLLECTOR

Subject headings: Favorites
CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Work Commerce Business
BELIEF -- Mineral
BELIEF -- Street Trip Relations between relatives, friends, host and guest Social class Rank

Date learned: 08-00-1969

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