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One of the components of the Noble Eightfold Path is "Right Livelihood." Right Livelihood means that we think carefully about the impacts of how we make our money, and we challenge ourselves to make a career that is compassionate, ethical, and wise. Buddhists shy away from occupations that cause explicit harm to others, and tend … Continue reading When work is your life: career as commitment
Karma: The more we contemplate life, the more we realise just how mysterious it is.