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Objective To discover and severely examine enlrepreneurship theories and ideas in the context of the small relatives tourism enterprise, and the level to which owner-managers and their businesses may be labeled as entrepreneurial.Design/methodology/approach A version lias been constructed and utilized to help a ''drilling down'' procedure that strikes from a floor knowing of entrepreneurship as a procedure via to an environment, to penetrate the organisational context and consequential entrepreneurial socio-economic outcomes.Findings it's been proven that figuring out of the entrepreneurial technique, because it interplays with relations enterprise, is healthier served through connection with the cultural, environment and organisational context during which marketers are embeddedOriginality/value The tourism lias been intentionally chosen as an illustrative context as a result of the low measure of entrepreneurial behaviour that it has routinely exhibited. throughout the program of the version causes are supplied for this, and conclusions are drawn that do classify small relatives tourism companies as a manifestation of entrepreneurship as greatly conceived.
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Accordingly, Te-mei cultivated the practice of the Bodhisattva Never Despise from the Lotus Sutra, publicly reverencing all members of the Buddhist community, and used the donations of clothing and food that he received for both the ³elds of respect and compassion. In addition to universal reverence and charitable work, Te-mei is also known to have practiced the various austerities and liturgies discussed above, including the fang teng rite, yearly observance of the Pratyutpanna walking meditation (he is reported to have “walked without sitting for the entire summer”), penitential rites comprised of buddhan„ma liturgies, maintaining silence for three years, and being sparing in his food (eating only one part in four).
It is like open space. ’”80 Thus, broadly speaking, the practice of veneration and confession is not simply a magical “forgiveness of sins” nor a mere preliminary exercise in moral character building through remembering and confessing of sin and thereby coming to fear it (although both of these elements are present). Rather, it functions as a graded path of practice involving body, mind, and speech at every step, combining to effect a liminal experience in which the performer is transformed from sinner to Buddha.
In terms of rhetorical topoi, however, the cosmological and millennial traditions did, perhaps, lend a mood of fatalism to the later decline traditions inasmuch as “forever” is implied in the unimaginably long cosmic cycles, that is, the ten-thousand year duration of the ³nal teaching. 13 The strains and tensions of such a period can usually be traced in a church-oriented redaction of tradition and the same is true of the early Buddhist texts. Although disputes over the understanding of the teachings arose during the lifetime of the Buddha, the question of interpretation grew much more acute after his passing.