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The principle of non-exploitation not only underlies relations between the traditional Sangha and laity, but is also essential in relationships of all kinds, such as those between employer and employee, husband and wife, friend and friend, and so on.
|1.||The alms round (7:41)|
|2.||The 'four requisites' (3:51)|
|3.||Give what you can, take what you need (5:05)|
|4.||Living without exploitation (3:33)|
|5.||What is a muni? (5:00)|
|6.||Taking only what is given (4:32)|
|7.||Right livelihood (12:11)|
|8.||The duties of an employer (10:59)|
|9.||The duties of an employee (4:06)|
|10.||Mutual exploitation within relationships (6:04)|
Total running time: 1:08:48