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What does does it mean by having the right livelehood?
Right effort means that we cultivate a positive attitude and have enthusiasm in the things we do.Also it means to not earn through killing/stealing/cheating or any immoral source.
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What does it mean to have the right speech?
Right speech means to avoid lies,harsh speech,idle or gossip talk.Right Speech involves respect for truth and respect for the welfare for others.
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What does having the right action mean?
Right action mean to avoid harming living beings and not stealing and no sexual misconduct
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What does having the right effort mean?
Right effort putting the right effort to achieve nirvana to less will not be enough
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What does having right meditation mean?
Right meditation means to clear your thoughts and just let go all the negative thoughts you have.If your in the wrong mind set it can effect all the other paths such as effort and action.
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What does having the right awareness mean?
Right awareness means to always be aware about what we are doing something and how and is it negatively effecting others.
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What is the eightfold path?
The noble eightfold path is the fourth important truth taught by the Buddha.
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Is Buddhism a real religion?
No its a way of life
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