3 Answers

  1. Just judge for yourself, if we Buddhists could not have children, then how would we reproduce? So yes, we Buddhists can and should have children. Including reception areas.

  2. Any person who professes Buddhism is not necessarily a monk. On the contrary, their number from the main mass of followers is extremely small.
    And in Buddhism, in principle, there are no dogmas prohibiting having children. Buddhism is primarily (and I would say last) a teaching and practice aimed at developing the mind, and what conclusions your mind will make after its “development” can only be known to you.

  3. Buddhists can have children , because Buddhism is not a religion of only monastics, and the vows of monasticism are not very strict . After all, almost all of Southeast Asia is Buddhist

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