Application of Dharma Principles in Creating Moral Training Activities for Youth Camps

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Phrakruvinaidhorn Suriya Suriyo

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The objectives of this research were four-fold: 1) to study the condition of creating moral training activities for youth camps 2) to study the principles of Buddhism that related to the construction of youth moral training camp activities 3) to apply the principles of Buddhism as a guideline for creating moral training activities for youth camps and 4) To create new knowledge and models for creating youth training activities for effective moral camps. The study was a qualitative research by research method in dialectical philosophies and to found out the reason by judgment on process of analytical study, appreciation and regulation for leading to create new knowledge in philosophy and religion.


          The research was found that: 1) The condition of creating moral training activities for youth camps such as (1) fighting gangster and physical harm problem (2) stealing problem (3) sexual problem (4) young prostitute and puppy love problem and (5) drugs problem etc. 2) The principles of Buddhism that related to the construction of youth moral training camp activities such as (1) Benjasil mean five basic Buddhist precepts of moral practices that including prevent from killing the animals, prevent from stealing, prevent from commit adultery, prevent from tell a lie, prevent from drink and drugs (2) Benjadharma mean five dharma that including kindness, mercy, lawful occupation, sexual restraint, truth and reason. 3) The principles of Buddhism as a guideline for creating moral training activities for youth camps such as Benjasil and Benjadharma by 5 training activities was:  (1) call to mind (2)  faith creative (3) make intellect (4) make a pray and (5) happiness sharing. 4) The new knowledge such as the use of religious as to create course to create youth training activities for moral camps that include with Khama, 4 Sangahavatthu (bases of sympathy), 4 Iddhipada (basic for success). To be applied to encourage youth to develop morality and more ethics, in order to create immunity for life to be aware of the globalization era.

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