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 +Part of the List of [[Dharma Terms]] from the [[Buddhist Ayurveda]] Course ([[SKT220]] ) on [[Sanskrit Terms]] of [[Ayurveda]] and [[Dharma]]
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 +
 +======= Five Moral Precepts =======
 +
 + ​[[Five Moral Precepts]]
 +
 +
 +The [[Five Moral Precepts]] are prohibitions against 1) [[killing]],​ 2) [[steal]]ing,​ 3)
 +[[sexual misconduct]],​ 4) [[false speech]], and 5) taking [[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]).
 +
 +"The [[Five Precepts]] prohibit [[killing]],​ [[steal]]ing,​ [[sexual misconduct]],​ [[lying]], and
 +taking [[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]). Why should one keep the [[Five Precepts]]? In order to:
 +
 +Do no [[evil]], yet
 +[[revere]]ntly [[practice]] [[good deeds]].
 +
 +Do not [[kill]]; do not [[steal]]; do not commit [[sexual misconduct]];​ do not [[engage]] in
 +[[false [[speech]]; do not take [[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]). If you observe the [[Five Precepts]], you
 +do not do these [[five]] [[kind]]s of [[evil deed]]s and you instead [[practice]] [[good]] acts.
 +
 +====== 1. No Killing ======
 +
 +"Why should one [[refrain]] from [[killing]]?​ It is be[[cause]] all [[living beings]] have a
 +[[life]]; they [[love]] their [[life]] and do not [[wish]] to [[die]]. Even one of the smallest
 +[[creature]]s,​ the [[mosquito]],​ when it approaches to bite you, will fly away if
 +you make the slightest motion. Why does it fly away? Be[[cause]] it [[fear]]s [[death]].
 +It figures that if it [[drink]]s your [[blood]] you will take its [[life]]. From this
 +you can see that all [[living beings]] [[love]] [[life]] and do not [[wish]] to [[die]].
 +Especially [[people]]. Everyone wants to live and no one wants to [[die]]. Although
 +[[people]] some[[time]]s commit [[suicide]],​ ordinarily [[people]] do not seek [[death]].
 +[[suicide]] is a [[special]] exception to the [[principle]]. That is why we should
 +nurture [[compassion]]ate [[thought]]. Since we [[wish]] to live, we should not [[kill]] any
 +[[other]] [[living beings]]. That explains the [[precept]] against [[killing]].
 +
 +Thus, for many [[Buddhist]]s the [[precept]] against [[killing]] implies to be [[vegetarian]]. (See [[Shurangama Sutra on Vegetarianism]])
 +
 +====== 2.  No Stealing ======
 +
 +"​[[Steal]]ing. If you don't [[steal]], no one will [[steal]] from you. Many of you have
 +[[hear]]d this [[verse]] I wrote:
 +
 +If in this [[life]] you don't cage [[bird]]s,
 +
 +in [[future lives]] you will not sit in jail.
 +
 +If in this [[life]] you do not fish,
 +
 +in [[future lives]] you will not beg for [[food]].
 +
 +If in this [[life]] you do not [[kill]],
 +
 +in [[future lives]] you'll [[suffer]] no [[disaster]]s.
 +
 +If in this [[life]] you do not [[steal]],
 +
 +in [[future lives]] you won't be robbed.
 +
 +
 +
 +====== 3. No Sexual Misconduct ======
 +
 +If in this [[life]] you commit no [[sexual misconduct]],​
 +
 +in [[future lives]] you will not be divorced.
 +
 +
 +
 +====== 4. No Lying ======
 +
 +If in this [[life]] you do not lie,
 +
 +in [[future lives]] you will not be [[deceive]]d.
 +
 +If in this [[life]] you do not take [[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]),​ in [[future lives]] you will not go
 +insane . . . .
 +
 +
 +====== 5 . No Intoxicants (No Alcohol, No Recreational Drugs, No Cigarettes) ======
 +
 +"Some [[people]] say, 'Of the [[Five Precepts]], the [[four]] which prohibit [[killing]],​
 +[[steal]]ing,​ [[sexual misconduct]],​ and [[lying]] are very important. But taking
 +[[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]) is a very commonplace [[thing]]. Why prohibit that?' When you
 +consume [[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]),​ it [[become]]s very easy to break the [[other]] [[precept]]s. [[thus]],
 +we ban such [[thing]]s as [[drinking]] alcohol, [[smoking]] [[tobacco]],​ and taking any [[kind]]
 +of in[[toxic]]ating [[drug]]s.
 +
 +"Some [[people]] say, 'The [[Five Precepts]] don't specifically prohibit [[smoking]]
 +tobacco or taking [[drug]]s. Doing those [[thing]]s is not in violation of the
 +[[precept]]s.'​ Those [[people]] are [[wrong]]. The [[precept]] against [[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]) also
 +prohibits [[smoking]] tobacco, taking [[drug]]s, and using all in[[toxic]]ating
 +[[substance]]s--including [[marijuana]] and [[wp>​opium]]."​ ([[BRF]] 59-60)
 +
 +"The [[Five Precepts]] are [[extreme]]ly important. Strict adherence to them will
 +insure [[rebirth]] in the [[realm]] of [[human]]s. If you [[cultivate]] the [[Five Precepts]],
 +you won't lose the opportunity to be [[born]] a [[person]] (see [[Precious Human Rebirth]]).
 +
 +"​Someone may say, however, 'I [[understand]] why one should not [[kill]]. After all,
 +all [[living beings]] have the [[Buddha Nature]],​all can [[become]] [[Buddha]]s,​ and so
 +every [[living]] [[being]]'​s [[life]] should be spared. I also [[understand]] why [[steal]]ing
 +is not [[good]] and that it is important to [[refrain]] from indulging in [[sexual]]
 +[[misconduct]] and [[lying]], but why are [[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]) included within the [[five]]
 +[[precept]]s?​ I always [[enjoy]]ed [[drinking]] and [[smoking]]. Every[[body]] [[drink]]s. Every[[body]]
 +smokes. What's [[wrong]] with it? In fact I'm seriously considering dropping my
 +[[study]] of the [[Buddha Dharma]] just be[[cause]] of this prohibition against
 +[[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]).'​
 +
 +"You should stop and think about it, instead of just following the crowd.
 +[[other]]s [[enjoy]] [[smoking]],​ and so you join them; [[other]]s [[enjoy]] [[drinking]],​ and so
 +you [[drink]] too. You get caught up in such company and do the [[thing]]s they do
 +until eventually you get the [[habit]] as well. Most [[people]] don't have grave
 +[[illness]]es,​ rather [[merely]] s[[light]] [[sickness]]es and little problems. But just on
 +account of those s[[light]] problems you would consider cutting short your [[study]]
 +of the [[Buddha Dharma]]. How [[stupid]] that would be! Do you want to [[know]] why there
 +is a prohibition against alcohol? I'll tell you a [[true]] story which should
 +clarify this point.
 +
 +"There once was a man who liked to [[drink]]. He took the [[Five Precepts]], but
 +afterwards he didn't keep them . . . . One day he [[thought]],​ '​Perhaps I'll
 +have a little [[drink]] of wine' He took out a bottle and had a few swallows. He
 +was accustomed to having some[[thing]] to eat with his [[drink]], so he set the
 +bottle down and went [[outside]] to look for some[[thing]] to eat. He noticed that
 +his neighbor'​s [[chicken]] had strayed over into his yard. '​[[good]],'​ he [[thought]],​
 +'it will make a [[good]] chaser,'​ and he snatched up the pullet. At that point
 +he broke the [[precept]] against [[steal]]ing. Once he'd stolen it, he had to [[kill]]
 +it before he could eat it, and so he broke the [[precept]] against [[killing]]. Once
 +the [[chicken]] was cooked, he used it to chase down his wine, and soon he was
 +roaring drunk, [[thus]] breaking once again the [[precept]] against the use of
 +[[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]). About that [[time]] there was a knock at his door. It was the
 +neighbor lady in search of her [[chicken]]. 'I haven'​t seen it, he blurted out,
 +thereby breaking the [[precept]] against [[lying]].
 +
 +A [[second]] glance at the neighbor lady [[reveal]]ed her beauty to him and, aroused
 +by an over[[power]]ing [[sexual]] [[desire]] ([[lust]]), he violated her.
 +
 +Afterwards he was met with litigation. All that came about be[[cause]] he wanted
 +to [[drink]]. Just be[[cause]] he had a few [[drink]]s, he broke the [[other]] [[four]] [[precept]]s
 +and got into a lot of trouble. [[intoxicant]]s ([[alcohol]],​ [[recreational drug]]s, [[cigarettes]]) [[cause]] one to [[become]] [[confuse]]d and
 +[[scatter]]ed,​ and so they re the [[object]] of one of the [[Buddhist]] prohibitions. A
 +[[person]] who is drunk lacks [[self]]-[[control]].
 +
 +With no forewarning he can find him[[self]] suddenly in the [[heaven]]s,​ suddenly on
 +[[earth]]. He [[Mount]]s the clouds and drives the fog -- he'll do any[[thing]] . . . .
 +
 +
 +====== Precept Protecting Spirits =====
 +
 +"If you [[receive]] the [[Five Precepts]] and do not violate them, then you are
 +[[protect]]ed by [[good]] [[Dharma]]-[[protect]]ing [[spirit]]s ([[Dharma Protector]]s),​ who are connected with each
 +[[precept]]. If you break the [[precept]]s,​ the [[good]] [[spirit]]s leave and no longer
 +[[protect]] you. That is why [[receiving]] the [[precept]]s is [[extreme]]ly important in
 +[[Buddhism]]."​ ([[SS]] I 46-47)
 +
 +----
 +
 +1) [[Chinese]]:​ [[Wu Jie]] , 2) [[Sanskrit]]:​ [[Pancha Shila]]; 3) [[Pali]]: [[Pancha]]-sila,​ sikkha[[pada]];​
 +Alternate [[translation]]s:​ [[five]] Items of [[good]] [[behavior]],​ [[individual liberation vows]]
 +
 +[[See Also]]: [[Moral Precepts]], [[Ten Good Deeds]].
 +
 +[[BTTS References]]:​ [[BRF]] 59-61; [[DFS]] II 211; [[DFS]] V 902-3; [[S42]] 75-76 ([[precept]]s);​
 +[[TT]] 58; [[SV]] 14-29; [[BNS]] I 73-97; [[FAS]] Ch26(2) 4, 10,17,20, 25-26, 28.
 +
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