"Right Livelihood" (Samma Ajiva): Right livelihood refers to the principle of earning a living in an ethical and moral way. In Buddhism, it is one of the Eightfold Path and encompasses the principles of not engaging in livelihoods that involve harm to others, such as selling weapons or intoxicants. Cultivating right livelihood can help to reduce suffering and increase inner peace and well-being.
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