Right Speech in Buddhism – The Third Spoke of the Wheel

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Right Speech in Buddhism   Now that we’ve gone over the first part of the The Eight-fold path, we move on to the next category which is Ethical Conduct and is made up of Right Speech, Right Action, and Right Livelihood. This post builds from the last post when I recommended that we think before we speak and not to speak unless we have something true, helpful, inspiring, necessary and kind. In the Buddha’s instructions to his disciples which was the monastic community, he said the following about those disciples who admonish one another as found in Anguttara Nikaya V: “Five … Continue reading