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Question 1: There is nothing improper or un-Buddhist about limiting one's aims to this level of attainment, although by itself it does not gain one ________ or end suffering.
BuddhismSkandhaNirvanaBuddhism and Hinduism

Question 2: In the ________, the third precept on sexual misconduct is made more strict, and becomes a precept of celibacy.
Householder (Buddhism)UposathaUpāsaka and UpāsikāFive Precepts

Question 3: These precepts are, however, not present in the strictest moral code of the Theravadin ________, and are generally understood to have come in existence at least 500 years after the Buddha.
Buddhism and HinduismBuddhismPatimokkhaAnuruddha

Question 4: The ________ are not given in the form of commands, but are training guidelines to help one live a life in which one is happy, without worries, and able to meditate well.
UposathaUpāsaka and UpāsikāHouseholder (Buddhism)Five Precepts

Question 5: There are several levels of sila, which correspond to "basic morality" (five precepts), "basic morality with asceticism" (eight precepts), "novice monkhood" (ten precepts) and "monkhood" (Vinaya or ________).
Buddhism and HinduismPatimokkhaBuddhist meditationAnuruddha

Question 6: If they wish, they can choose to undertake the ________, which have some additional precepts of basic asceticism.
Five PreceptsHouseholder (Buddhism)Upāsaka and UpāsikāUposatha

Question 7: A higher precepts than five precepts, ________ specifies in providing atmosphere for meditating by practicing celibacy and avoiding all other entertainments.
Upāsaka and UpāsikāUposathaHouseholder (Buddhism)Five Precepts

Question 8: It includes the ________, a set of rules (227 for monks in the Theravadin recension).
Buddhism and HinduismPatimokkhaBuddhismAnuruddha
















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