It is permissible to sell the meat of animalsmyfriend wrote: ↑Sat Jun 05, 2021 11:08 am Hello everybody,
I’ve been checking this website for quite awhile now and haven’t commented much but I had a question that I was hoping you could help me with.
It’s to do with skilful livelihood and its kammic consequences.
A friend of mine and his family run a very successful butcher business. They aren’t Buddhists and have not grasped the concept of skilful livelihood from the Buddhist point of view.
They live a seemingly happy life and also have the added benefit of making a lot of money from this business. I really don’t think they think their job is a problem. So if the Buddha recommendeds not being involved in the meat trade, how is my friend affected if he doesn’t think there’s a problem and he’s living a happy life and is getting rewarded with lots of money. I’m struggling to understand how this process works.
that have died, for example selling rice
with side dishes (fish and meat).
Don't order meat, for example,
ask for so many pieces,
Provide it every day,
but find the meat
yourself in the
What is prohibited is
Those that are still alive,
except for pets (not all), such as
Cats, ornamental fish, horses, livestock, and so on.
Some people may not recommend selling rice
with side dishes (fish and meat) and pets
Including farm animals,
But this is allowed.