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On Human Right, Kamma and trade with Dhamma
« on: April 25, 2017, 01:03:07 AM »
Quote from: Johann via email

Not sure why my person gets the email, just thought to inform you, and yes its actually good to let a male part take so that it is not a secret meeting.

As for the quote and its use, it not good to use it out of context, aside of commercial use.

As for the "victim": they have beaten first. But like Bhante also uses to argue her: "but its your karma...", such is a foolish approach in regard of Sila and foolish deeds will have their come back, of course.

So at the end: there is no place to hide and run away for those using the Dhamma for wordily gains. And the way to come out is not to follow the endless chain of who did first, but to stopp that what is unskillful.

My person likes to quote some word from a talk for both of you:


There’s a famous story concerning Somdet Toh. A young monk once came to him to complain that another monk had hit him, and Somdet Toh said, “Well, you hit him first.” The monk replied, “No, no, he just came up and hit me over the head and I hadn’t done anything at all.” Somdet Toh said, “No, you hit him first.”Back and forth like this for a while and then the young monk got upset and went to see another senior monk to complain about Somdet Toh. So the other senior monk came and asked Somdet Toh what was up, and Somdet Toh said, “Well obviously it’s his karma from some previous lifetime. He had hit the other monk first at some point in time.” And of course that might have been after the other monk had hit the first monk first—so it goes back and forth, back and forth like this.

So when you see mistreatment around you, the first question isn’t “Is this just or unjust?” The question is, is the person dishing out the mistreatment behaving in a skillful way or unskillful way, and what can I do behaving skillfully to put a stop to unskillful behavior?

Now there’s some unskillful behavior you can stop and other unskillful behavior that you can’t. The kinds you can’t stop are where someone’s karma—your own or others’—gets in the way. But the basic question is this: When is it skillful to interfere, when is it skillful to get involved, and what kind of interference would be skillful? Sometimes the answer is clear and sometimes it’s not. If you have the energy and the wherewithal and it’s not too dangerous, you try to help. Then, if you see that it’s not working, you pull back.
Justice vs. Skillfulness  http://sangham.net/index.php/topic,7829.msg11147.html#msg11147

Metta & Mudita

Samana Johann
doing Forest monk in Cambodia
(You are welcome to visit sangham.net)

Quote from: Nyanatusita to Amy
-------- Originalnachricht --------
Betreff: Re: Human Flow Copyright Request
Von: Nyanatusita
An: Amy Iturres-Alomia ,Johann Brucker

Dear Amy,

On the 10th of March, the BPS manager sent the signed permission as an attachment, however, as I just noticed, he did not send it to you but to Johannes Muller. In case that Johannes did not receive it, I will send it now again.

 With best wishes,
                              Bhikkhu Nyanatusita
Quote from: Amy to Bhante
On 4/24/2017 4:51 PM, Amy Iturres-Alomia wrote:
Dear Nyanatusita,

I'm writing to you again in regards to the release form you had sent the BPS manager. I was wondering if you ever received back the release form as we are nearing the end of our post production and would like to know if this quote will make it into the final cut. If you could please give me an update as the the status of the form?

Thanks again,


On Tue, Mar 7, 2017 at 12:02 PM Amy Iturres-Alomia <ccinemaa@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Nyanatusita,

I wanted to check in as to the status of the release form I sent last week. I've been keeping an eye out for it but have yet to receive it. Could you please provide me with an update?

Thanks Again,


On Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 12:31 PM, Amy Iturres-Alomia <ccinemaa@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Nyanatusita,

Thank you so much for forwarding the release form documents!! I fully embrace my karma :D and hope that humanity may break away from totalitarian thought. Thank you so much for everything. I will keep an eye out for the release forms.

Best wishes,

Quote from: Bhante to Amy
On Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 6:05 AM, Nyanatusita <nyanatusita@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Amy,

I have forwarded the document to the BPS manager to be signed. But it is your karma to include it in the documentary.:-)
Due to climate change, overpopulation,  ethnic tensions, etc. , the refugee crisis will likely increase more and more. Although refugees should be helped, it is also understandable that people want to preserve their own cultures and values against totalitarian Arab Islamic doctrine. Arab muslims have been here in Sri Lanka for hundreds of years but have not integrated into the local culture at all. They still speak and write in Arab and wear Arab dress and burkas, etc. and their primary identities are Muslim and Arab rather than Sri Lankan. 
           Bhikkhu Nyanatusita

Quote from: Amy to Bhante
On 3/1/2017 5:24 PM, Amy Iturres-Alomia wrote:
Hallo Nyanatusita,

Sorry for the delayed reply. This is in reference to our request for the use of the following quote in our documentary:




             The Dhammapada, Buddhist Scripture, ca. 3rd century BC

The Pali translator's name is:  Acharya Buddharakkhita © 1996

Our Producer relayed your concerns to the Director and they would like to clarify that in fact the whole section is about the Rohingya peoples being persecuted by the Myanmar government. Our use of the verse makes it very clear that the "wrongdoers" are the Myanmar oppressors and not the Rohingya peoples especially since the quote is preceded by a Rohingya religious leader's account of the type of struggles they have faced. The documentary blends first hand accounts of the plights of migrants all over the world hoping to shed light on their particular journeys. I hope that this clears up any concerns you may have. Attached are the doc/pdf versions of a very basic release form. Please let me know if you have any more questions or comments. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Thanks again you for your time.


Amy Iturres-Alomia

Human Flow UG
Christinenstr. 18-19
10119 Berlin

Phone: +49 30 609 842 719

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