Tag Archives: Moral Conduct

Nature & Society

An excerpt from Venerable Phra Payutto’s book ‘Buddhadhamma’ on the need to learn from both nature and society, and on the need to escape from an overbearing influence by society. Continue reading

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The Golden Bough

A book review about James Frazer’s ‘The Golden Bough’ and the related subject of the Buddha’s realization of the Dhamma. Continue reading

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Screwing Up Mindfully

A description by Ven. Phra Payutto on how performing an unskilful act with awareness and recognition is better than acting with the belief that nothing is wrong. Continue reading

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Life in the Saffron Forest: Chapter 6

The sixth installment of Sathienpong Wanapok’s autobiography, on growing up as a Buddhist novice in NE Thailand. This chapter deals with the monastic code of discipline. Continue reading

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Occupy the Heart – Reflections on Buddhist Economics

An account by Phra Ajahn Payutto on Buddhist economics and the proper relationship to material wealth. Continue reading

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Moral Conduct

A discussion of the Buddhist relationship to alcohol and drinking. Continue reading

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