"I am endowed with blameless bodily action, blameless verbal action, blameless mental action,' (one) experiences bliss, experiences joy. This is called the bliss of blamelessness.”
- Anana Sutta AN 4.62
The terms “ethics” and “morality” are often used interchangeably, even by Buddhist teachers. They can, nevertheless, refer to quite different things. In this evening’s offering, we will consider together the differences between “ethics” and “morality” so that we can access the deepest teachings that are meant to guide us to happiness – the true “bliss of blamelessness” in our thoughts, words and actions.