Youth ... moral of the peace of the world.
Youth are desirable characteristics that ...
Youth can create a new society better than before.
Or create a new world. Away in a strange manner desirable.
Seeds of Peace: A Buddhist Vision for Renewing Society
"Buddhism with a Small 'b'"
In “Buddhism with a Small “b” in Seeds of Peace, Sulak discusses the foundational teachings of the Buddha. He presents mindfulness, tolerance, and interconnectedness in a way that makes them applicable not only to the individual, but to entire communities. “Buddhism with a Small “b” seems to call for a religion that is not institutionalized or concerned with ritual, myth and culture. Sulak feels that these dimensions of religion lead to chauvinism and prejudice, so he believes humans must step away from these and focus on the basic teachings of the Buddha.
Sulak advocates a return to the Buddha’s original teachings as a means of social reform. In addition, he believes that the social dimension of Buddhism cannot be ignored because Buddhism is “concerned with the lives and consciousness of all beings." Sivaraksa also explains that many Buddhists understand religion and politics “as two interrelated spheres,” implying that government should adhere to the moral and ethical values that Buddhism, or any religion, has to offer