Universal Responsibility for a Sustainable World Peace: Buddhist Initiative

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Prerna Bhardwaj


Buddhism teaches us that fundamentally the ignorance is the root cause of the hatred, desire and greed. The wrong notion of our self-existence is the basis of this ignorance. Because of ignorance we always thought that our existence is permanent and independent. Because of this wrong notion we thought that we are not connected with others in this world and my act is not going to affect others; but it‘s not true. When human beings start fighting for lesser ends, they loss the basic spirit of the humanity which is the strong bond among us. Because of this bond we all become a member of same human family. We need to focus on fundamental goal of world peace.

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Bhardwaj, P. . (2020). Universal Responsibility for a Sustainable World Peace: Buddhist Initiative. International Journal of Multidisciplinary in Management and Tourism, 2(1), 7–12. https://doi.org/10.14456/10.14456/ijmmt.2021.1


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