NATURE’S PRESCRIPTION FOR NATURAL ACCEPTANCE OF MORAL VIRTUES: A BUDDHIST PERSPECTIVE
Natural Acceptance infers unrestricted acknowledgment of oneself, individuals and environment. It likewise alludes to the shortfall of any special case from others. When we completely and genuinely submit ourself based on natural acceptance, we feel a comprehensive feeling of inward concordance, peace and satisfaction. It is almost same everywhere irrespective of class, creed and sex. The decisions we make, the thoughts we generate usually demand for natural acceptance for implementation.
Not only one moves towards the path of the humanitarian way when he follows the rules as laid down by the philosophy, but also, creates a society where everyone has peace and moral upliftment. The acceptance of these virtues is to hundred percent. Only fact is thatit has tobe prescribed theoretically in daily living too.
The theory of Buddhist ethics finds its practical expression in the various precepts. These disciplines are only broad guides to show the instructions in which the Buddhist should go on one’s way to final liberation and natural acceptance of moral virtues. Although many of these precepts are expressed for Buddhists, but are easily being adapted by the other communities as well. The simplicity of understanding makes it favorite amongst new and old generations of human beings. The paper describes the Buuddhist morality in details.