Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


The Motivation: Dimension of Theravada Buddhism

Author(s): Phramahapiratkorn Angsumalee, Phra Soponphattanabundit, PhramahaPhisit Visitthapa????o, Sanya Kenaphoom

Motivation is thought to motivate humans to behave differently, for example, want to have, to be, to stand out loud, to be big, to have power, to have a good fortune, to have money, to be successful, to have honor, fame, others to praise and respect. This happens because motivation drives humans to act in a particular way when humans require something, or because of a lack of it. Nowadays, humans express their needs through motivation (motivation) to change their behavior to acquire material objects to serve themselves.

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