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Releasing of Animals, the Way to Make Merit

...Every life is valuable whether that life is the life of a person or an animal. If that life had already been born into this world, life is equally valuable, can't take anything to measure that life is more important than other lives especially the life of small animals. Unnecessarily killing animals for fun is a grievous sin.


In ancient times people would kill animals as needed, that is, for food only. And not only to kill and to curry with each other. Releasing animals or helping the lives of those in need is popular to do as an ancient belief that has been inherited for a long time. In order to cut off sins, cut karma and solve karma to be reduced.



Releasing of Animals, the Way to Make Merit:


In the old days, going to the slaughterhouse to buy the lives of animals that are about to be slaughtered Then bring it to let him survive his way of life, but in these days, general slaughterhouses are not easily seen anymore, becoming a large industrial factory that produces food for the general public to consume Therefore, it is more popular to release animal life that can be bought at the wet market. And the released animals are small animals such as fish, turtles, birds, frogs, shells, etc.



Billionmore, we want everyone to do a good deed by releasing animals, especially those who want to enhance their fortune, smooth life, obstacles to be gradually solved and gone or want to dedicate merit to parents, children, siblings, relatives or friends who passed away to live happily after death.



Meanings of Released Animals:


Pla means "fish"

🐟 Pla Lai (Eel) = fluency in finance, work and study

🐟 Pla Mor (Climbing Perch) = good health safe from disease

🐟 Pla Kai (Spotted Featherback)=  changing bad things to good things

🐟 Pla Kradi (Gouramis) = to reduce karma effects and bring prosperity and good things in a life

🐟 Pla Nin (Nile Tilapia) = having a lot of properties

🐟 Pla Mor (Climbing Perch) = good health safe from diseases


🐟 Pla Salid (Snakeskin Gourami) = ascendancy

🐟 Pla Duk (Catfish) = defeating enemies and rivals

🐟 Pla Tabtim (Pink Tapila Fish) = fish of love, doing things smoothly


🐟 Pla Sawai (Striped Catfish)= travel safely

🐟 Pla Raed Dam (Black Giant Gourami) =  to reduce karma effects

🐟 Pla Chon (Striped Snake-Head Fish) = scoping gold and money and good discovery

🐸 Frog = dedicating merit to karmic creditors

🐚 Shellfish = turning bitterness to a peaceful, happy life

🐢 Turtle = safety, longevity



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