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Skillful and unskillful thought, speech and action. These questions include but are not limited to questions on the vinaya and precepts.

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I will answer your questions in the order you have mentioned 1 :- Conditions you are sure that all will die if you do nothing you are also aware that changing tracks would kill one person "So the …
answered Oct 29 '15 by Theravada
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there is a simple answer to your question. Lord Buddha said.... One should give when he has more One should give when he has a lot One should give when he has some One should give when he has littl …
answered Nov 3 '15 by Theravada
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Yes there is... Buddhist point of view on daily life and goals established by an individual is quite simple. For example Sue likes to be a doctor one day,she study hard and do her best to become …
answered Dec 4 '15 by Theravada
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If someone is intentionally deceiving someone else and if I am aware of it, if I inform the innocent person in this matter, would that be against five precepts?
asked Oct 31 '15 by Theravada
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This sort of an offence doesn't have any difference on gender but the act itself.An arahant is a person who is higher than the everyday person because that person who we as Buddhists consider holy has …
answered Oct 27 '15 by Theravada
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Killing causes bad karma because of these reasons.... According to lord Buddha there must be Dvesha (a state of mind that feeds emotions like anger, confusion, hate) in a being's mind, to kill anothe …
answered Nov 3 '15 by Theravada
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There is are few incidents mentioned in Buddhism about egg consuming leading to bad karma. Explanation - "How could eggs be bad" Recognition of life in Buddhism is not only walking talking life,it a …
answered Oct 28 '15 by Theravada
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The reason why "Mercy killing" is bad according to Buddhism is very simple,let me provide some quotes from lord Buddha... "Every being is attached to their lives no matter how good or bad those might …
answered Nov 1 '15 by Theravada
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One day here on this SE i had an comment to one of my answers suggesting that it is rather discomforting or hard to accept that Buddhists have chosen death as their choice in difficult situations like …
asked Dec 20 '15 by Theravada
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As we all agree none of us have a white past, we've all have done some bad thing in our past before coming to the path and in previous lives. So how should we use the good karma we generate today to …
asked Oct 30 '15 by Theravada
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Here is the answer given by Lord Buddha to a similar matter... There were many religious groups and cults in India at Lord Buddha's time and almost each had their own signature practices, Some were n …
answered Nov 28 '15 by Theravada
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Oral sex and sodomy will make you take rebirth as an animal? These kind of ideas can be seen in other religions.In Buddhism we do not label sexual activities as good or bad,sex is sex it is not e …
answered Oct 27 '15 by Theravada
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Here's a good story of a Buddhist reaction to a genocide in Lord Buddha's time. "Lord Buddha's family/cast (Shrathriya/Shakya) was at the top of the casts at the time and they were very proud of it.O …
answered Nov 23 '15 by Theravada
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As you have mentioned your personal experience let me share the confusion i once had that left me in the same question you are asking.This is my journey and what i found as the answer. Hope this helps …
answered Dec 10 '15 by Theravada
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As to Buddhism killing is wrong and planning such things is also wrong. So what is the difference between the Karma of a person who killed someone and a person who only planned but never killed.
asked Nov 1 '15 by Theravada