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Your livelihood How do you make a living How do you support yourself and your family What problems do you face How do you solve them What do you do what must you do to achieve a reasonable measure of economic securityThe people of the aBrog Pa live a very different and unique life The aBrog Pa are considered pastoralist people who live in the Himalayan Mountains of Tibet They live between 12000 and 17000 feet up in the Himalayan Mountains For many of us we would find it nearly impossible to function at altitudes of this magnification yet the aBrog Pa manage to have a civilized workable community in these elevations The aBrog Pa have managed to make a living and support them selves in these harsh environments Although they face problems at times they usually find ways to solve them and continue with their livesThe aBrog Pa have devoted their lives to their animals in order for them to make a living The animals that this society depends upon are such animals as livestock yak sheep cattle horse and some camels Their entire economic structure is based upon these animals The sheep in this society are important because of a particular kind of wool which links the economy with world trade and brings special affluence to the society The aBrog Pa do little if any hunting and gathering because animals are their main source of food Some of the animals are used for milking such as the hybrids because these are the stronger animals and are said to produce more milk This milk can either be drank or such things as butter and cheese are made from it They also use it in their tea which is drunk daily at meals or is offered to guest Some animals are butchered for their meat Every part of the animal is used They throw nothing away For instance they may use a sheeps stomach to
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