Sufficiency Economy and the Middle Path in Buddhism

The Sufficiency Economy philosophy, initiated by His Majesty the King, begins with moderation, which reflects the “middle path” in Buddhism.

The middle path is described as a way of moderation, between the extremes of sensual indulgence and self-mortification.


RSS Inside Thailand

Proactive Move to Open Up New Foreign Markets
ASEAN Ground Barred Dove Festival in Yala
Sufficiency Economy Philosophy as a Sustainable Development Model
Thailand and the United Arab Emirates Step Up Cooperation in All Areas
Government and NGOs Work Together to Fight Human Trafficking
Online Contest to Promote Thainess Campaign
21st Round of Bidding for Concessions for Oil and Gas Exploration
Reaching Out to Local Villagers for Peace-Building in the Deep South
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RSS The Monarchy

Ordination Program to Celebrate HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s 60th Birthday
The Royal Project Reflects the Practice of Sufficiency Economy
Sufficiency Economy as Life Guidance
Distance Learning Project to Celebrate HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s 60th Birthday
Sufficiency Economy: An Approach to Life and Conduct
Sufficiency Economy Focuses on Reasonable Living
Muslim Community in a Suburb of Bangkok Recognized as a Sufficiency Economy Learning Center
A Model Sufficiency Economy Learning Center in the South
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RSS ASEAN Corner

Preparing Thai Workforce for the ASEAN Community and Special Economic Zones
Developing Thailand into an ASEAN Cultural Center
Thailand and Brunei Darussalam Reaffirm Their Regional Cooperation
Seventh Lower Mekong Initiative Regional Working Group Meeting in Bangkok
Developing Thai Education and Workforce for ASEAN
New Thailand’s Tourism Campaign at ASEAN Tourism Forum 2015
ASEAN Adopts Principles for Product Transparency and Disclosure on Cross-Border Trade Settlement
Thailand Joins the ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Retreat
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Foreign Press Tour To Observe Green Energy Management in Chiang Mai, Lamphun, and Lampang
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Foreign press tour of the deep South to observe the southern situation and community participation in peace-building
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Foreign Press Tour to Observe Folk Wisdom and Innovations for Tackling Coastal Erosion in Samut Songkhram and Phetchaburi Provinces
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Children welcome Mid Autumn festival



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