The Diamond Sutra and moral idealism — American Buddhist Net

Most Buddhists know that a bodhisattva is someone who helps others through their understanding of “enlightened practice” or “enlightening practices.” The Buddha is called a bodhisattva when referring to the time before he became a Buddha. A bodhisattva uses wisdom to do compassionate work or “generous” work, to use the terminology of the Diamond Sutra. […]

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