GALLERY 13
MONKS


The discipline of a Buddhist monk is refined and is intended to be conducive to the arising of mindfulness and wisdom. This code of conduct is called the Vinaya. While it is not an end in itself, it is an excellent tool which can be instrumental in leading to the end of suffering. Having no personal means of support is a very practical means of understanding the instinct to seek security. Furthermore, the need to seek alms gives a monk a source of comtemplation on what things are really important. The four requisites, food, clothing, shelter and medicines, are what lay people can offer as a practical way of expressing generosity and appreciation of their faith in belonging
to the Buddhist community.


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