Who is a fool, from a Buddhist point of view? It is certainly not measured by one’s intellect or skills. In fact, as the discussion on this week’s Dhammapada (verse 72) makes clear, a fool who is skillful and clever can only bring harm to oneself and others. So, what are the marks of a fool? Why are moral shame and moral fear important qualities to keep us from becoming fools?
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