Buddhism’s Ethical Principles

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This product is a paperback book with 269 pages that discusses the topic of ethics in Buddhism. It explores the concept of leading a morally right life and making ethical decisions. In Buddhism, there is no God, so it is up to individuals to perform right actions and improve the world. Ethical behavior in Buddhism is considered important not only because it is right, but also because it helps to attain enlightenment. The book discusses the Five Precepts, which serve as the foundation for ethical behavior in Buddhism. It emphasizes the importance of examining actions to avoid harm to oneself and others, and emphasizes the need for a skilled mind that avoids actions that cause suffering or remorse.


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