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Bahubharya Sewanaya Pilibanda Bouddha Akalpaya
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10th National Conference on Buddhist Studies
Significance of the Noble Eightfold Path for Global
Ecological Development
Rev. Dilbhadra Maharjan
1
Thought Mother Nature can survive without human, human cannot exist
without her. By emphasizing above universal concept, ecologists have been
examining many different views regards human collaboration with nature.
Due to the rapid economic development, people are disregardedto admit that
they are part of the nature. Therefore MotherNature is in a perilous situation
due to the unethical human behavior. Among various problematic phenomena
of the earth, it identified that the preservation of ecological values are most
essential in contemporary world.While religious leaders, environmentalists,
and scholars demonstrate their best effort to safeguard the nature,the concept
of noble eight fold pathperforman exceptional role to preserve the biosphere.
Therefore, the effort of this researched paperis to indicatethe significance of
noble eight fold path for global ecological development.
To illustrate, initially explanation commence with the early concepts of nature
where human was cheerful with less requirements. They considered the nature
as the God and adored it. Human lived with Mother Nature and sheprotected
them with less nature disasters. Secondly, this researched paper demonstrates
the significance of the noble eight fold pathfor global ecological development.
Itelaborates the initial ecological concepts andthe proper ways to deal pleasantly
with Mother Nature.Thirdly, it pays attentionto the necessities of practicing
this path to maintain human behavior with minimum nature disasters.
Finally, by explaining ecological solutions from Buddhism, humanwill open
their eyes more widely with paying specific attention to Buddhist teachings. It
assistances to protect the future upcoming generation in the competitive world
with less nature disasters.
Keywords: Global ecological development,Mother Nature, environmentalist,
nature disasters,
1 B.A. (Hons) (M.A. Reading) Research/Teaching assistant, Department of Buddhist
Studies, Sri Lanka
International Buddhist Academy, Sri Lanka.
[email protected]
10th National Conference on Buddhist Studies
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