The Noble Eightfold Path


1. Right View <#Right_View>  Wisdom  2. Right Intention
<#Right_Intention>   3. Right Speech <#Right_Speech>  Ethical Conduct 
4. Right Action <#Right_Action>   5. Right Livelihood
<#Right_Livelihood>   6. Right Effort <#Right_Effort>  Mental
Development  7. Right Mindfulness <#Right_Mindfulness>   8. Right
Concentration <#Right_Concentration>

http://www.thebigview.com/buddhism/eightfoldpath.html
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'Wisdom' above is probably better delineated: 'Wisdom seeking wisdom.'

Following The Noble Eightfold Path conscientiously over a long period of
time is believed to lead to wisdom-insight, a heart-mind of compassion,
and eventually Enlightenment.

The Noble Eightfold Path is a three-wheel vehicle, not a one -wheel
vehicle: Motivation (wisdom seeking wisdom) and impeccable ethics are of
the essence too.

--ED



--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Jue Miao Jing Ming  wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
> The three fundamental Buddhist practices is "Discipline, Meditation,
> Wisdom". In Pali, they are "sila, samadhi, panna", or translated into
> "morality, stillness, wisdom."



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