One of the Five Precepts for ethical conduct, traditionally Right Speech is defined as the avoidance of four types of harmful communication: lies, divisive speech, harsh speech, and idle chatter. Even with these clear directions, though, factoring Right Speech into our daily lives can be exceedingly difficult. Tricycle Teachings: Right Speech is full of insight and advice from Buddhist teachers on how to successfully bring Right Speech into the interactions and relationships we care most about.

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