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2. Don’t steal

PRECEPTS ARE OFTEN VIEWED as restrictions on our freedom. In reality, they are our best friends in the practice of cultivating wisdom and compassion.

The second Buddhist precept is to not steal. As we live in a world that celebrates wealth and fame,

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