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The Eight-fold Path By: Carly Csizmar
What is the Eight-Fold Path? The Eight-fold path is the eight pursuits of one seeking enlightenment, comprising right understanding, motives, speech, action, means of livelihood, effort, intellectual activity, and contemplation.
Two Eight-fold Paths that we learned about are: 1. Right Thought Following the rules that your religious belief might believe in. Not harming others (or animals) for food, money or clothing. 2.Right Speech Not spreading rumors or gossip about someone. Not believing the gossip that is being spread about someone.
Two of my own Eight-fold paths would have to be: 1.Right meals Try to eat healthier. Try to eat different kinds of foods. 2.Right Friends Don't hang out with the bad kids. Don't get peer pressured into things from your friends.
What did the Buddha believe about the Eight-fold path? The Buddha believed that this path was a middle way between human desires and denying oneself any pleasure. He believed that people should overcome their desire for material goods. They should, however, be reasonable, and not starve their bodies or cause themselves unnecessary pain.
What are the Eight-fold paths? 1.Right Thought 2.Right Intent 3.Right Speech 4.Right Action 5.Right Livelihood 6.Right Effort 7.Right Mindfulness 8.Right Concentration
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