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[Q&A] What happens when your tank is empty, and you’ve got nothing left to give?

Today I happen to read the article “Charitable giving by country: who is the most generous?

Then this question came up. When it comes to generosity, sometimes people look at what they’ve got and they’d like to be able to give much more. They’d like to make a more impressive offering, but their means are limited. So they have to content themselves with giving limited gifts. So what do you think happens when your tank is empty, and you’ve got nothing left to give?

Venerable members of the Sangha,
walking in front Fellows in leading the holly life.

 _/\_  _/\_  _/\_

In Respect of the Triple Gems, Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha, in Respect of the Elders of the community _/\_ , my person tries to answer this question. Please, may all knowledgeable Venerables and Dhammika, out of compassion, correct my person, if something is not correct and fill also graps, if something is missing.

Valued Upasaka, Upasika, Aramika(inis),
dear Readers and Visitors,

 *sgift*


(This is a maybe modified and expanded answer of the "original" that can be found here . )


Upasaka Saptha Visuddhi,
interested and the Tripple Gems respecting readers,

first of all this not a good article and statistic, think that it's properly build up on registered trade in charity which is far away from what is real giving in accordiance to Dhamma.

Just for example, everybody knows that Swiss people are the most stingy peolpe in Europe and Chinese-people are for the most the most greedy people, yet they also have ways to give, or better trade.

If you "tank" is empty, than you might propably have already reached the Eightfold Path and it's good to focus now more on simply "Sila, Samadhi, Panna". Being already there, don't forget that you might have beome a person which is already a worthy field of merits and it's good to be not greedy and let now others prepare their way to follow and accept their support and help. Having given all outwardly one is on the stage of becoming a real homeless.

When ever taking what is not given, taking for sensual lust, again, one needs to give to keep one self-esteem on a level that allows further paths and fruits.

Its not praiseworthy to encourage taking for the sake of giving and enjoyment with it.

Yet, on the other side, if still after sensuallity, it's best to turn also generosity into virture by giving service, best for those who are worthy to receive it, since help, assistance and service, Veyyāvacca (not translated into english yet) falls already like veneration, under the Sila part of the eightfold path.

Atma can only encourage again and again, support, help and dedicate what ever possible and insired to the Savaka Sangha, don't waste your goodness into throwing gold into the mud or clear water into the salty ocean. No money and material needs required at all and when even keeping 8 precepts, all time worthy of living on gifts of the country dedicated to the worthy Ones and trainees, following them.

But there is also another point, shown in a nice story of a giving greedy Deva, Upasaka might know and remember:

There's another story, about an old woman who went to a monastery one day and saw that the walking meditation paths were dirty. She swept the paths clear of the dirt and rubbish, so that the monks could walk conveniently on the paths. She did it only this once, but she did it with an attitude of love, an attitude of conviction, an attitude of respect, and a pure state of mind. The dirt and rubbish had made her feel dispirited, so she swept it all away and set out water for washing the feet; as a result, her mind felt clean and refreshed. Soon after she returned home she had a heart attack. After she died she was reborn as a deva with a large following, a palace, divine food, and all kinds of abundant wealth. Living in her palace, she began to remember her previous life and thought to herself, "If I had done lots of merit, I'd be even richer than I am now. It'd be good to go back and do good things for just a little bit longer, so that I could get even more abundant results than what I have now. Before, I had no idea that goodness would give results like this."

So she left heaven and came down to earth, prowling around in search of monks in the forest and wilderness. She came across one monk who was about to enter concentration, so she stood there staring at him, looking for a way to be of service. But when he saw her, he chased her away: "What kind of deva is this, trying to horn in on human beings' merit? Before, you underestimated merit, but now that you've received good results you want even more. How greedy can you get? Go away! I won't let you do anything. Let human beings have a chance to do good. There are lots of people who don't have any of the good things you do. Don't come horning in on their chance for goodness."

Chagrined, the deva fled back up to heaven and had to content herself with the results she already had. She had wanted to make more merit, but they wouldn't let her. Why was that? We human beings tend to underestimate little acts of merit, but after you die it's hard for you to make any more merit at all. How is it hard? Your body is no longer like a human body. You can't talk with human beings at all. You can't even put food in monks' bowls. The best you can do is simply stand around rejoicing in the merit of others. Only human beings with good eyes can see you. Those without that kind of eye won't detect you at all. If you encounter those with the right mental powers, they can teach you to some extent. But if you don't encounter that kind of person when you're a deva, you have no way of developing any more goodness.

So you shouldn't underestimate the power of goodness.

So it might be that real good monks will not give into your desire to make more merits which are not really conductive for the path but simply for this or that being and becoming.

And this is the point, Upasaka thought already about this the last days intensively, why you hang around here and waste you precious Gems, yet even possible to dedicate it there where it might bear real benefical fruits. No more demanding from a certain sociaty there is no more dept to pay.

Atma has to think on Upasaka Lal story about his teacher. Others then most western or todays "teacher", who use the Sangha and the tripple Gems right from the beginning to accumulate depts and demerits, having learned on generosity, lived on it, then even lay down the robe and make bussiness in teaching Dhamma as a "tradition destroying" Layperson enjoying sensuality and even take alms as well, he was a lay teacher and seemingly with time his Dhamma eye really opened and then there is/was no other way (for him also open and possible) as to live the holly live, ordained and also his family followed into the monastery. This is a great story and shows the way it works and worthy to follow this foodsteps. Since the others, having been giving goodness and step by step making a livelihood out of that, what do they do aside of distroying their old goodness and damaging the possibility of many in doing so.

Since Upasaka is actually well versed in Dhamma, but might only have lacked of straight forward advices, he might find enough food for thoughts and my person trusts that he do not only make the best choices for him and for the benefit of all his dears around him but also that he finds the way to real happiness with ease by him self.

Where else can someone arive having followed good deeds and the words by the wise, ones merits receive one here or there like old lost good friends where ever one goes. There is neither fear nor lack of anything for such a person.

Let my person now share the The Analogy of the Fire-Worshipper at the end, since Danā alone at least just increases the corpses, death and suffering in this world:

Zitat von: Ven. Ledi Sayadaw
The Analogy of the Fire-Worshipper
by Ven. Ledi Sayadaw (A Manual of the Excellent Man)

Keeping the flame of personality alive

Personality view is not just ordinary wrong view, but the gravest wrong view. There is, for instance, the wrong view of fire-worship. When a child is born, the fire-worshipper’s parents kindle a fire for the child. For sixteen years the parents keep the fire alive by refuelling it regularly with ghee or butter. When he is sixteen, the parents ask their son whether he will remain as a layman or become a recluse and take up the practice that will lead him to the brahmā realm. If the boy chooses to become a recluse, the parents hand over the sacrificial fire to him. The recluse then takes upon himself the duty of feeding the fire with the best ghee or butter. The purer the fuel, the more meritorious is the fire-sacrifice. He takes the sacrificial fire wherever he goes. He keeps the flame alight constantly throughout his life. By this dutiful sacrifice he earns merit said to lead to rebirth in the brahmā world. This fire-worshipper is virtually a slave to his sacrificial fire. For as long as he lives, maybe a hundred years or more, his servitude persists. For as long as his wrong belief in the virtue of the fire sacrifice persists, he will serve the fire dutifully. This is, of course, a case of saṅkhāra dukkha, the tyranny of conditioned states. It is the nature of fire to consume whatever fuel it can lay hold of. Searching for fuel to keep the fire alive is therefore never-ending serfdom, eternal suffering.

The analogy of the fire-worshipper is this: All beings who have strong attachment to “self,” which is but the five aggregates, exhaust themselves to maintain their lives, but they are only feeding the fire that consumes from within. The fire of death is kept alive, consuming fresh materiality and mentality, being sustained by regular feeding.

All Beings are Fuel to the Fire of Death
 
Human existence is fuel for the fire of human death. A deva’s existence is fuel for the fire of a deva’s death. A brahmā’s existence is fuel for the fire of a brahmā’s death. Almsgiving done to acquire merit for these forms of existence is merely trouble taken to feed the fires of these existences. It virtually means cultivating the fields where these fires are to thrive. Keeping the precepts to acquire merit — whether five, eight, or ten precepts — is merely cultivating the field to reap a good crop of fires. Similarly, developing concentration or the four divine abidings is merely cultivating the field of fires. In the beginningless cycle of rebirths, every being has done infinite deeds of giving, and has reaped the results of infinite existences as human beings or as devas. All of those existences have been consumed by the fire of death. Not a particle of ash remains. In each of these existences, the nurturing of one’s life, from the time one could look after oneself until death, is just feeding the fire of death. Nothing remains at the time of death. There is no fundamental difference between such subsistence and maintaining the sacrificial fire of the fire-worshipping recluse.
This analogy is given to drive home the truth of the impermanence of all materiality, the danger that besets all living beings.

Try to Understand the Phenomenon of Death
 
In spite of the inevitability of death, most people usually ignore it. You should meditate to realize the omnipresence of death. Try to visualize the ceaseless burning of the fire of death in all the four postures: standing, sitting, walking, and lying down.

All the merits acquired in the past through giving, virtue, or meditation for calm, if they were aimed at prolonging existence, are futile. The acquisition of merit now aimed at prolonging existence in the future will lead to the same fate. The burdensome tasks that one undertakes to support one’s present existence are no different either. All these efforts merely serve as fuel for the fire of death. This is to impress upon you the futility of all human efforts, however meritorious, aimed at the continuation of existence.
 
The Five Aggregates and the Four Noble Truths
 
The five aggregates, being truly impermanent, are unsatisfactory. This is the Noble Truth of Suffering. Attachment to the five aggregates as one’s own property, or one’s own self, and the craving for existence and rebirth, is the origin of suffering. This is the Noble Truth of the Cause of Suffering. The liberation from craving, which is the same as the escape from the five aggregates, is the Noble Truth of the Cessation of Suffering. The Noble Eightfold Path beginning with right view is the Noble Truth of the Path Leading to the Cessation of Suffering.

Mudita.

Anumodana!
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Short after having taken meal, right after having given this talk to Upasaka Saptha Visuddhi here (not sure, but maybe Allen H or next to him), a group of three younger woman and one man, guided by two local younger villigers from here (all between 25-35), through the forest aside the path, arrived, happily shared tonic drink and drinking water, which was exactly out today, and also meal, that Atma refused.

The leader, the youngest woman, once metmy person crossing their village more than a year ago, at this time desired to give something but had no chance and today the simple merely poor normal villager woman took their friend to search for Atma, having heard about it. Right from beginning, the all have been interested in Dhamma, even asked naturally later for precepts, got explained so that they understood, and took them by heart, nearly 2 and a half hour they listened, helped each other to understand and left later with grat joy. Even one of the young local guides realky enjoyed the time.

That are really very rare occations, even one might think being born in a buddhist land, hearing Dhamma nearly every day cited and living next to "monks".

Seldom one meets such blessed people and so Atma likes to share their entering into the Noble Ones way, so that your mind/heart might be touched on its pure side as well, being capable to recoice with them and gain equal or even more bilss like them.

May the Devas tell it those not having heared and seen the merits of them.

Anumodana!
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Admirable friend - [Großartiger Freund] kalyanamittata / Antw:Inviting people from other places
« Letzter Beitrag by Johann am Mai 20, 2017, 10:01:46 Vormittag »
It would be good to invite Bhante (?) Jojola, seen here again.
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Alle Arten von Falter, Schaben und Gottesanbeter ums Licht.
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Und Pilze nähren sich von anderen Pilzen für deren Diaspora, und da ein größerer wächst.

Die weiße Orchidee besteht lange und deren Vermehrung nicht sehr bekannt und erforscht.
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Monastic attender - [Klosterdiener] / Antw:Bedarfsmittelmangel - Lack of requisites
« Letzter Beitrag by Johann am Mai 19, 2017, 06:56:28 Vormittag »
Thmo Duk:
  • Nyom Sophorn hatte Atma beim letzten Besuch mit Nyom Patrick Atma den alten sanghagewidmeten Laptop hinterlassen. Nicht sicher ob er noch nutzungstüchtig ist, fehlt es jedenfalls an einem Netzspannungsumwandler und wahrscheinlich etwas Erweiterung der Solaranlage.

  • Reduzierungsstück (40 - 32 mm, wenn recht erinnert) für den Wasserhahn des Wasserspeichers (Ventil, Kleber und Rohr großzügig bereits gegeben).
  • Sand, grob und fein, für die Verarbeitung des gegebenen Zementes. (Derzeit noch 100kg = 6-700kg Sand ~ 20 - 30 tragbare Säcke zu 30-35kg)
Nichts davon, wie immer, ist weder akkut, noch lebensnotwendig, noch gar als gefordert zu sehen, sondern nur bemerkt.
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Monastic attender - [Klosterdiener] / Antw:Bedarfsmittelmangel - Lack of requisites
« Letzter Beitrag by Johann am Mai 19, 2017, 06:35:42 Vormittag »
Für Zugänglichkeit und guten Nutzen, wäre Unterstützung im Bezug auf folgende Dinge am Kloster (der Software des Forums) gut. An diesen Mittel fehlt es, um es vor allem dem Ehrwenwerten an Nutzen zu erleichtern:
  • Audiointegration , nicht angebracht Douglas hier eventuell zu überfordern, ist er offensichtlich sicher über Mithilfe oder Unterstützung erfreut. Als eine mögliche und offene Lösung.

  • Sprachanzeige und Auswahl, auch hier vielleicht Douglas als guten Ansprechpartner zu sehen, der jedenfalls herzlich zum Nutzen des bestehenden, so wie es ist, all seiner Mittel eingeladen hat.

  • Forum zu einem aktiven Werkzeug für ZzE machen: Mittel der Gestaltung von Post-Einträgen zu einer guten Datenbank durch zusätzliche Felder, könnte das Forum gut und nützlich auch zur dynamischen Quelle der ZzE Seiten werden. Atma hatte das Tool und Möglichkeit schon im Bezug auf Wörterbuch für Sangha angesprochen

  • Upgrade der Forumsversion, aktuell nun 2.0.14.
  • Suchmaschine für ZzE und Dhammasuchwebseite für Tugendhafte und vor allem die Sangha.
Alles erwähnte ist natürlich nur als "wäre gut" oder "fehlt", jedoch nicht als Forderung oder unbedingt überlebensnotwendig zu sehen. Alles kann auch nun getan und geteilt werden, mit dem was zur großzügigen Verfügung bereits vorhanden und gegeben ist.
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Meine Person, an die Möglichkeiten der Ehrwürdigen Herren des Klosters Muttodaya denkend, hat sich erlaubt and die Ehrwurdigen, den Abt und Bhante Mettiko eine Einladung und Bitte zu adressieren, hier online für viele, deren Tradition folgen zu können, auch über gewisse Einschränkungen hinaus.

Zitat von: Johann, via email an die Postadresse des Klosters und Bhante Mettiko
_()_ _()_ _()_ Okasa Bhante,
Ehrw. Sangha des Klosters Muttodaya, Ehrenwerter Abt,
Ehrenwerter Bhante Mettiko,

Meine Person fragte sich gerade wieder, ob es gut wäre, wenn er Interessierte dazu anleiten würde eine regelmässige Morgenandacht zu halten und dachte dann, es ist nicht gut, wenn er solches tun würde, besser und respektvoller ist es die Ehrwürdige Sangha direkt darum zu bitten und diese Ihre Tradition weiter gegen zu lassen. Dann dachte er: "Schwer und mühsam ist es, die Ehrwürdigen Herren ob der hilfreichen Absichts Reinheit und dem guten Nutzen zu überzeugen. Es ist wohl dann so, daß er wieder eine etwas unüberlegte Abfuhr aus Voreingenommenheit einstecken wird müssen." Und dann dachte er: "Aber wäre es den nicht gleichfalls voreingenommen, wenn auch aus jahrelanger Erfahrung, nicht abermals zu bitten und nicht abermals, so da ja noch immer Gelegenheit, Möglichkeiten für gutes zu geben?"

Und so möchte er den Ehrenwerten Abt bitten, die Mönche bitten, im oder für das entstehende Vihara, eine Morgenandacht zu leiten, in welchem Umfang die Ehrenwerten Mönche dieses für deutschsprachige Laien, in passenden Rahmen, teilen und ermöglichen wollen, sodaß die Versammlung um den Buddha, hinter den gut gehenden Mitgliedern der Sangha in passender Form, wenn auch geographisch abgeschnitten, folgen können.

Zum ersten Mal, es wäre gut, wenn die Ehrwürdigen Herren, aus Mitgefühl, und zum Wohle vieler, diese Einladung, aus dem Besitz und Mitteln von demütigen Laienanhängern, entgegennehmen und folgen würden.

Zum zweiten Mal... zum Dritten Mal: es wäre gut, wenn die Ehrwürdigen Herren, aus Mitgefühl, und zum Wohle vieler, diese Einladung, aus dem Besitz und Mitteln von demütigen Laienanhängern, entgegennehmen und folgen würden.

Sollte für das Annehmen irgend etwas nötig sein, es an irgendwelchen Mitteln und Umständen fehlen, mögen die Ehrwürdigen dieses erwähnen und aufzeigen, aus Mitgefühl.

Abschließend, letztlich auch mit der Bitte um etwaige Korrektur, möchte meine Person eine Dhammalehrrede zum Sozialisieren teilen, und Bittet die Ehrwürdigen ggf. zu tadeln, vielkeicht sogar zu beführworten, wenn immer Ihnen dieses angemessen, dem Dhamm und der Vinaya entsprechend und deren Güte teilend, erscheint: Sozialisieren - សង្គម [Sangama] ( http://sangham.net/index.php/topic,7997.0.html )

Möge es den Ehrenwerten Herren wohl ergehen, und mögen viele, so meine Person gestern von dem Sanghatreffen in UK hörte/laß, von den Ehrwürdigen des Klosters Muttodaya daran teilnehmen können.

Metta u. Mudita
_()_

Samana Johann
doing Forest monk in Cambodia
(You are welcome to visit sangham.net)
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Hello, my name is Nick

I've been studying Pali Canon Buddhism for almost three years. Two years ago I did a 4 month retreat as a temporarily ordained samanera. Awakening to the reality of modern monastic life was a struggle, at the time i was quite smitten, however now I see how naive I was.

Well I'm 27 now and decided I want to go for refuge, completely, and undertake the going forth. I've kept in contact with the monks at the monastery over the years since my retreat and they said I'm more than welcome.

So I've saved up money to pay off the last of my debt and put in my notice of resignation with work yesterday, (resignation effective 12/31/2016). And will be moving into the monastery early January.

Thai Forest Tradition. Dhammayut sect.

Plan is to stay there for two years, adjusting and learning Thai, then do a 3 year stint in Thailand, I don't have to, my teacher tells me, but he says I should, one because it'd be honoring my lineage, and two because he says the jungle training, going on pindapat everyday, etc.. is a life changing experience. I hope to be able to do Thudong/Dhutanga during this time. I am not interested in being a city monk or living in a city temple. I'm not interested in being a scholar or teacher (primarily), but a proficient meditator, meditation seems to be neglected in monastic life, but so what, I dont have to pay attention to that, I dont have to look at the faults of others, just my own, anymore than I have to look to the merits of others, just my own.

I sincerely want to commit to the eightfold path as earnestly as I possibly can. Anyway...

That will total up to 5 years, then, and not a moments sooner, I will re-evaluate what I'm doing. I don't see myself giving up, I feel that my conviction in the Buddhas enlightenment is iron clad. Instead I have an idea after my 5 years "apprenticeship/probation" maybe I can go on pilgrimage to the places of the buddhas birth, enlightenment, 1st sermon, and parinibbana.

After that maybe return to the states.

Sadhu and mudita!
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Ajahn Amaro and the sangha at Amaravati have extended an invitation to the world-wide community of monastic disciples of Ajahn Chah to join them from Monday the 22nd to Friday the 26th of May, 2017 for an International Elders' Meeting.  Sunday 21st would be arrival day and Saturday 27th May departure day. A New Moon Observance Day falls on Thursday the 25th May, and this would form part of the IEM gathering.

Sadhu!

Who ever might have to change to help certain Venerables to be able to participate as well as who ever have the change to approach such a meeting and pay respect, supporting on place... would sure not fail a highest blessing, not wasting effort, possibility and time.

Anumodana!
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Mai 20, 2017, 03:42:08 Nachmittag
Namasakara, Bhante. _/\_
 

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Mai 18, 2017, 09:56:06 Vormittag
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Mai 16, 2017, 12:09:45 Nachmittag
 :-*Werte Sophorn noch am Flughafen getroffen :)
sitzt im Flieger :-*
 

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Mai 16, 2017, 02:20:58 Vormittag
Ein Dhammatalk, über ein paar Audiofiles, sicher auch gut für ihre Familie, Mutter... http://sangham.net/index.php/topic,7997.0.html
 

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Mai 16, 2017, 02:11:44 Vormittag
Vielleicht möchte Nyom Maria sie noch gerne am Flughafen verabschieden, wenn sie von der Gelegenheit weis.
 

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Mai 16, 2017, 02:08:13 Vormittag
Gute Reise und beste Wünsche an alle.
 

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Mai 16, 2017, 02:04:14 Vormittag
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 karuna tvay bongkum
kana macht sich in knapp 4h auf den weg nach Wien und dann Richtung K. Ankunft morgen in PP.
gerade ist kana am Sammeln vor der Abreise.
kana wünscht Bhante gute Genesung.
 :-* :-* :-*
 

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Johann

Mai 09, 2017, 09:20:24 Vormittag
Atma will rest a little today and use the "hair cut day" to maintain his body a little for tomorrow's Puja, so see, Moritz has won a whole day today, maybe use it for same. Best wishes!
 

Moritz

Mai 09, 2017, 08:58:33 Vormittag
Namasakara Bhante.
May you have a good Vesakha Puja!
_/\_
 

Johann

Mai 08, 2017, 10:43:50 Vormittag
Viel Freude beim Aufräumen und angenehmes "Brotverdienen"
 

Moritz

Mai 08, 2017, 09:32:47 Vormittag
Muss nun hier aufräumen und bald los Brot verdienen. Wünsche einen angenehmen Tag.
_/\_
 

Moritz

Mai 08, 2017, 09:25:13 Vormittag
Namasakara, Bhante. _/\_
 

Johann

Mai 06, 2017, 05:42:48 Nachmittag
Nyom Senghour.
Darf Atma darauf vertrauen, daß es Ihm gut geht?
 

Johann

Mai 03, 2017, 08:26:24 Nachmittag
Hr. Bernd, Atma zieht sich für heute zurück. Viel Freude beim Entdecken.
 

Marcel

April 29, 2017, 11:44:21 Vormittag
 :-*
 

Johann

April 29, 2017, 11:29:06 Vormittag
Atma wird kurz etwas Wasser zum trinken abkochen.
 

Johann

April 29, 2017, 11:26:17 Vormittag
Sadhu der Nachfrage, Nyom Marcel. Alles soweit passend. Gut Nyom mal wieder anzutreffen. Vielleicht mag er ja etwas von seinen Verdiensten teilen.
 

Marcel

April 29, 2017, 11:07:15 Vormittag
 :-*ehwürdiger samana johann  :-*

wie geht es ihnen?
 

Johann

April 26, 2017, 08:11:22 Vormittag
Christian.
 

Johann

April 26, 2017, 02:45:50 Vormittag
Senghour, Atma verläßt nun für seinen Almosengang das Klosterhier.
 

Johann

April 24, 2017, 01:39:40 Nachmittag
Christian.
 

Johann

April 22, 2017, 07:23:20 Vormittag
Dylan.
 

Johann

April 22, 2017, 02:00:11 Vormittag
224. Sprecht Wahrheit, haltet nicht an Zorn, wenn gebeten, gebt, auch wenn nur wenig Ihr habt. Mit diesen drei Mittel, in Gegenwart der Götter, einer kann erreichen.
 

Johann

April 22, 2017, 01:55:53 Vormittag
224. Speak the truth; yield not to anger; when asked, give even if you only have a little. By these three means can one reach the presence of the gods.
 

Johann

April 13, 2017, 11:02:06 Vormittag
Hatte wohl kurzen Serverausfall gegeben.

Visitor

April 04, 2017, 09:44:42 Vormittag
Hallo!  :)
 

Johann

März 31, 2017, 09:59:39 Vormittag
Moritz, Maria
 

Maria

März 31, 2017, 08:09:04 Vormittag
 :-*
Guten Morgen Bhante
 

Maria

März 31, 2017, 08:08:39 Vormittag
 :-*
Guten Morgen Bhante
 

Moritz

März 31, 2017, 02:14:32 Vormittag
Namasakara, Bhante _/\_
 

Johann

März 24, 2017, 07:47:34 Vormittag
Und was ist paccayā (Ursache) fü die Beendigung von dukkha? Da ist Gebut, jāti, doch dann ist da saddhā, Vertrauen. Deshalb entkommen nur jene die paccayā aufgrund von saddhā geben. Und sonst ist da nichtt viel. Anumodanā!
 

Johann

März 24, 2017, 07:25:39 Vormittag
Und irgend wann, geht dann der Rest von dem was man nicht nährt zu Ende. Ürig das, was man weiter nährte. Das nennt man Grund, das nennt man upanissaya. Und gerade jetzt wieder upanissayapaccayena.
 

Johann

März 19, 2017, 05:04:25 Nachmittag
Atma zieht sich für Heute zurück.
Viel Freude noch beim aufopferndem Tun am Sonntag, dem "Tag des Herren".
 

Moritz

März 17, 2017, 01:00:44 Nachmittag
Namasakara, Bhante. _/\_
 

Johann

März 15, 2017, 09:57:54 Vormittag
Der erste Wassertank füllende starke Regen. Ohh und all die Sanierungmaßnahmen noch nicht getan. Das wird feucht... :)
 

Johann

März 14, 2017, 01:04:00 Nachmittag
Hat Gast Grund, oder sucht Grund, Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha zu unterhalten, oder anderes?
 

Johann

März 14, 2017, 12:59:46 Nachmittag
Was immer man unterhält, wächt, gedeiht und kommt immer wieder auf. Das nennt man Mehren von Nissaya, Grund.
 

Johann

März 14, 2017, 12:56:47 Nachmittag
Was immer man nicht unterhält, stirb, vergeht und kommt nie wieder auf. Das nennt man Auslaufen von Nissaya, Grund.
 

Harry

März 13, 2017, 09:02:17 Vormittag
Sadhu und Danke :-*
 

Johann

März 12, 2017, 04:14:59 Vormittag
"Seit langem, habt Ihr es nun einrichten können, Gast, hier her zu kommen."




"At long last you, Gast, have managed to come [url=http://zugangzureinsicht.org/html/tipitaka/kn/ud/ud.2.05.than_en.
 

Johann

März 04, 2017, 10:39:32 Nachmittag
Da fällt Atma Wie man richtig fällt   ein. Ein Einfallspinsel zum Ausmalen von Sankharas.
 

Johann

März 04, 2017, 10:36:16 Nachmittag
Wer von Ihnen ließt sich selbst oder andere eine Zeit lang später nochmal? Das ist viel lehrreicher als sankharas beständig, "so ist es", meins, stets zu machen versuchen. Oder?

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