Engaged Buddhism: Cultivating Social Responsibility and Environmental Activism through Compassionate Action
LE AN TOAN, Dr. Chintala Venkata Sivasai
Engaged Buddhism, social responsibility, environmental activism, compassionate action, Buddhist principles, social justice, interdependence, sustainability, ethical engagement, alleviating suffering.
This paper examines the concept of Engaged Buddhism and its role in fostering social responsibility and environmental activism through compassionate action. Engaged Buddhism emphasizes the active involvement of Buddhists in addressing pressing social, political, and environmental issues. Drawing on Buddhist principles such as compassion, non-violence, and interdependence, Engaged Buddhism advocates for ethical engagement with the world, aiming to alleviate suffering and promote well-being. Through case studies and examples, this paper illustrates how Engaged Buddhism translates into concrete actions to address social injustices and environmental challenges. It also discusses the potential implications of Engaged Buddhism for fostering positive social change and promoting a more sustainable relationship with the environment.
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Unique Paper ID: 164423

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 625 - 629
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