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Ten non virtuous actions

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Ten non virtuous actions
(tib.: mi ge wa chu) These are the negative actions described in Buddhist scriptures as some of the most harmful. They are divided in:
- three negative actions commited with body: killing, stealing, sexual misconduct
- four negative actions commited verbally: lying, divisive speech, harsh speech, idle talk
- three negative actions commited with mind: covetousness, ill will, wrong views

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"You don't need to obsess over the attainment of future realizations. As long as you act in the present with as much understanding as you possibly can, you'll realize everlasting peace in no time at all."
- Lama Zopa Rinpoche

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