Dharmatalk: The Integrity of Our Words

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“… we discern how to act morally as we tread between the Oneness that we encounter in meditation and the multifariousness of the world we live in …”

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“Thank you very much, I have no complaints

Description: Ongoing series on basic Buddhism. Right Speech means abstaining from uttering falsehoods, from saying malicious or harsh things, and from engaging in gossip. We maintain the precepts of Buddhism when we guard our tongues from harmful slander. Adhering to this important “fold” in the Noble Eightfold Path, we discern how to act morally as we tread between the Oneness that we encounter in meditation and the multifariousness of the world we live in.

For the introduction to this basic Buddhism series, please visit Venus Twinkling.

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