The Guidelines Administration in The 101ST Signal Battalion 1 ST Signal Regiment According to Buddhist Doctrine

Eitichai Naiyachit, Phramaha Surasak Paccantaseno

Abstract


The propose the way of the administration of the work according the Buddhist principles in the 101ST Signal Battalion, 1ST Signal Regiment by administrating the work according to the principle of 5 Balas:- 1. The military officer should have the Faith in his own work unit in order to prevent the national institution, the religion, and the King. 2. The army officers should have the effort in training the body to be always ready. 3. The members of the army should have the mindfulness to contrite themselves, when they face with the undesirable temperaments. 4. The army officers should have the concentration (Samādhi) in learning the military subjects and other subjects. 5. The army officers should have the wisdom in connecting and co-operating with the related work units. The administration of the work according to the principles of Saṅgahavatthu is as follows. 1. The army officers are of the helpful minds to give the things to the friends working in the same office. 2. The army officers should have a gentle and sweet speech. 3. The army officers should think of the benefit the individual benefits and others’ ones. 4. The army officers should keep themselves equally, whether the persons are the working friends as the others. The administration of the works according to the Principles of the 4 Brahmavihāras are:- 1. the officers should have Mettā to all the army officers. 2. The army officers should have the pity when other officers are in suffering. 3. The army officers should be pleased with the success receives by others. 4. The army officers should be of the middle minds. The 101ST Signal Battalion, 1ST Signal Regiment should bring all the 5 groups of the doctrinal principles to be used in administrating the works successfully for the progress and the development of the county and the peoples forever.

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