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I am wondering who practices Buddhist environmentalism, as in doing something to ease the suffering of the planet and other life forms as part of their Buddhist practice? In other words, who sees the world as a living being, who has concerns for other life forms who live on her/it, beside humans and does something to ease the suffering as part of their Buddhist practice. Or is your practice mostly about enlightenment, or easing other Peoples suffering?
Recycling, careful with plastics use and trash, etc, to me is as much as part of the precepts as the plain statement do not kill. Or is the environment a separate issue for many ? I see many threads about meditation, music, breathing, styles of Zen, but none, that have to do with our oneness with all things. Just asking, because I have an inquiring mind.