New answers tagged

0

As long as a person engages in professions or businesses or trades that do not fall in one of the five types of unwholesome businesses or trades stated below and undertakes the observance of the five precepts stated below, it is considered fulfilling the criteria of Right Livelihood for lay followers. From Vanijja Sutta: “Mendicants, a lay follower should ...


0

At the core of The Right Livelihood training rule is the same principle as behind the rest of the Eightfold Path: to stop creating causes of suffering. The jobs and professions that involve creating suffering, either directly - by killing or torturing others, or indirectly - by creating latent conditions for conflict, confusion, physical or mental sickness ...


Top 50 recent answers are included