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“''Monks, one possessed of three qualities is put into Purgatory according to his actions. What three? One is himself a taker of life, encourages another to do the same and approves thereof. Monks, one possessed of three qualities is put into heaven according to his actions. What three? He himself abstains from taking life, encourages another to so abstain, and approves of such abstention''.” Anguttara Nikaya, 3.16  
 
“''Monks, one possessed of three qualities is put into Purgatory according to his actions. What three? One is himself a taker of life, encourages another to do the same and approves thereof. Monks, one possessed of three qualities is put into heaven according to his actions. What three? He himself abstains from taking life, encourages another to so abstain, and approves of such abstention''.” Anguttara Nikaya, 3.16  
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==See also==
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*[[Diet of Buddha]]
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*[[3 fold rule]]
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*[[Edicts of Ashoka]]
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*[[Anguttara Nikaya 3.16]]
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*[[8 points of the Lankavatara]]
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*[[Star fish story & video]]
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*[[Animal rights]]
  
 
[[Category:Vegetarian Buddhist websites]]
 
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[[Category:Anguttara Nikaya]]

Latest revision as of 21:17, 6 November 2010

http://www.Buddha316.com/

Buddha 316 is a website resource on the vegetarian issues in Buddhism with specific reference to discourses from the Buddha in the Pali Canon.

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Monks, one possessed of three qualities is put into Purgatory according to his actions. What three? One is himself a taker of life, encourages another to do the same and approves thereof. Monks, one possessed of three qualities is put into heaven according to his actions. What three? He himself abstains from taking life, encourages another to so abstain, and approves of such abstention.” Anguttara Nikaya, 3.16

See also