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Seeds of Peace: A Buddhist Vision for Renewing Society

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Sulak Sivaraksa, founder of the International Network of Engaged Buddhists and winner of the 1995 Right Livelihood Award, takes on such issues as the "religion of consumerism," indicating solutions to a wide range of political, economic, and social problems. Seeds of Peace offers his most passionate writings.
Paperback, 140 pages
Published May 1st 1992 by Parallax Press
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Frond Unfurling
Apr 26, 2011 Frond Unfurling rated it really liked it
A spot-on critique of [global] capitalism and Western cultural imperialism, Seeds of Peace offers wise counsel to those seeking alternatives to a world-view rooted in the "three poisons: greed, hatred, and delusion."
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Started reading seeds of peace - first chapter discusses religion of consumerism and it's affect on the Buddhist culture of siam and bangkok - it clearlylays out the Three poisons of greed, hate, delusion as a frame around the contemporary culture of consumption and makes argument for the middle path and calls for the necessary analysis and application of awareness as tools to the discovery of a practical sustainable and effectively happy future.


In the second chapter you will gain insight into t
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“The use of market values and technology as a social barometer has devalued the worth of individuals, rendered irrelevant the quality of their lives, and stunted their creativity.” 4 likes
“It is not a Buddhist approach to say that if everyone practiced Buddhism, the world would be a better place. Wars and oppression begin from this kind of thinking.” 4 likes
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