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Right Action

Samma Kammanta
Samma Kammanta
Definition :

"Right Action" (Samma Kammanta): Right action refers to the principle of behaving ethically and morally. In Buddhism, it is one of the Eightfold Path and it encompasses the principles of not harming others, not stealing and not engaging in sexual misconduct. Cultivating right action can help to reduce suffering and increase inner peace and well-being.

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