Sīla, the Basis of Goodness

The word “Sīla” (the Pali word for morality) is often used together with the word “practice”. Most people tend to assume that Sīla practice is difficult, since it involves the constant watch over one’s body and speech. Sīla practice is different from Dana (the Pali word for alms-giving), since Dana is easy to do. And as soon as one performs the act, the result is immediate in that one feels happy.
This book contains information about Sīla, its practice, as well as relevant case studies. Other details will be compiled as an appendix for those who are interested in learning more about this subject.

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