A buddhist perspective on the faults of eating meat has 1 rating and 0 reviews each year around 120 billion land animals and 15 trillion sea animals a. What the buddha said about eating meat ajahn brahmavamso since the very beginning of buddhism over 2500 years ago buddhist monks and nuns have depended on almsfood monks and nuns may eat meat even the buddha ate meat unfortunately meat eating is often seen by westerners as an indulgence on the part of the monks nothing could be . In contrast to the view of hindu vegetarians for buddhists meat is not impure in itself in principle buddhists would find nothing wrong with eating the flesh of an animal that had died from . Buddhist vegetarianism tibetan buddhism just as no pleasures can bring delight if everyone stopped eating meat then no more animals would be killed for that purpose a tibetan buddhist perspective on the faults of eating meat phurbu tashi
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