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Right Intention

Samma Sankappa
Samma Sankappa
Definition :

"Right Intention" (Samma Sankappa): Right intention refers to the principle of having good intentions and motives. In Buddhism, it is one of the Eightfold Path and encompasses the principles of having intentions of renunciation, non-ill will, and non-harm. Cultivating right intention can help to reduce suffering and increase inner peace and well-being.

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