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MINDFUL LEADERSHIP FOR SUSTAINABLE PEACE


 
CONTENTS

 

Foreword

Preface

Editors introduction

   I. LEADERSHIP: POLITICAL AND MINDFUL

1. Moments to Mind:Principles of Buddhist Leadership and the Process of Cognition in the Sautrāntika School
Benjamin Joseph Goldstein
 
                                     3

2. Five Principles of Global Leadership
Most Ven. Thich Nhat Tu
                                         19

3. Right concentration and mental well being
Bhikkhuni Hue Lien    
                                            41

4. Buddhist Perspective on Mindful Leadership for Strengthening Peace
Ram Kalap Tiwari      
                                           51

5. To Achieve Mindful Leadership for Sustainable Peace: Suggest- ing a Buddhist Way of Josaseon (Patriarchal Zen) Practice
Ven. Jinwol Dowon     
                                          63

6. How to Build Up a Mindful Leadership for a Sustainable Soci- ety from the Perspective of Bodhisattva Ideal
Le Thi Thanh Thuy      
                                         77
 
7. Mindful Leadership for a Sustainable Peace Oriented by the Emperor Trn Nhân Tông
Nguyen Viet Bao Hung
                                          91

8. Mindful Leadership for Sustainable Peace
Binodini Das & Ms. Amrita Das  
                        109


9. Bodhisattvas Leadership: Mental Leadership for Sustainable Peace
Phra Rajapariyatkavi    
                                        125

10. Buddha and Sustainable World Peace: A Study on His Mindful Leadership
Projit Kumar Palit     
                                          131

11. Mindful Leadership for Sustainable Peace: A Buddhist Ap- proach with Reference to U.N. Charter
Sandeep Chandrabhanji Nagarale
                     145

12. Buddhist Concept of Spiritual and Mindful Leadership Qualities for Sustainable Peace and Development Ven. Devinda 
                                 161

13. Engaged Buddhism in India: Buddhist Approach of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar to Sustainable Society in India
Manish T. Meshram    
                                      177
  
14. Buddhist Approach to Universal Ethics through Good Gover- nance: A Study on Ten Royal Virtues
Biman Chandra Barua & Neeru Barua             189

15. An Approach to Mindfulness and Mindful Leadership
Ven. Thich Minh Thanh  
                                    215

16. Buddhist Perspective on Mindful Leadership for Sustainable Peace
Kalsang Wangmo     
                                           233

17. Mindful Leader in the Global Society
L. Udaya Kumar & GM Susmitha
                       247

18. Mindfulness for Self-Transformation and Becoming an Inspira- tion for Society
Ven. P. R. Tongchangya  
                                    269

 
II. SUSTAINABLE  PEACE

19. Buddhist Teachings to Sustainable Peace Building
Ehelepola Mahinda      
                                        287
 
20. The Role of Religion in Leadership for Conflict Resolution and Peace Building with Reference to Buddhist Teachings
G. S. Charith Priyadarshan      
                          297

21. Three Intertwined Paths to Leading for Sustainable Peace
Phe Bach & W. Edward Bureau     
                      311

22. Buddhist Th ory of Peaceful Co-Existence
Samatha Ilangakoon                
                           335
  
23. Some Unmindful Issues of Buddhist Leaders Who Seek Sustainable Peace
Rev. Dato Dr.Sumana Siri      
                            347

24. AStudy of Buddhist Teachings with Respect to Conflict Resolution
Ven. Moragaswewe Vijitha     
                          359

25. Buddhist Views on Violent Conflict in Society: Th Role of Lead- ership in Peace Building
Ven. Lien Vien      
                                           379

26. Mindfulness: A Tool for Sustainable Peace
Neeraj Yadav             
                                    393

27. Logic and Correct Mindset Any Peace-Making Leaders Must Ac- quire
Can Dong Guo          
                                         407

28. Sustainable Development and World Peace: A Buddhist Ap- proach
Chandrashekhar Paswan        
                          435

29. Buddhism, Non-Violence and the Making of a Sustainable Society: A study in Prospects and Potentials
Rana Purushottam Kumar Singh     
                     453

30. Signifi    nce of Buddhist Diplomacy for Sustainable Develop- ment in Modern Asia
Santosh K. Gupta                                                  463

 
31. War and Methods of Remedy
Tran Duc Nam                                             477

32. Ideal Democratic Leadership for the Establishment of Sustain- able Peace through Buddhist Polity
Ven. Ridegama Wanarathana                              491

33. Buddhist Psychological Approach for Sustainable Peace
Dipen Barua                                                        505

34. Buddhist Approach to Sustainable World Peace
Satyendra Kumar Pandey & Simerjit Kaur         521

Biographical Notes on Contributors                     541

 

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