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All right Nyom Chris  , just looked on your profile on SE. As my person "feared": deep in debt and maybe even already far from family, wife and children.

Actually a meta-forum on SE it self:

Worldbuilding
Q&A for writers/artists using science, geography and culture to construct imaginary worlds and settings

Deep in debt with Baka, the gods of creation, inhabitat of the realm of the hungry ghost delighted in the creation of others or controlling the creations.

Maybe receive able help here: Depts, but to whom? .

Internet is not a place where such as debts are void, no, even more terrible and hidden.
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If you have relaxed after having seen. Much joy in exploring the forest here, Nyom Chris .

You have no such as "duties" here and you can release heart here and now, if you like. Chris
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At least my person is "happy" that he could bring you out there and a certain strong movie, even if just for secounds, Chris .

Again, it is not a minor fault to delete Dhamma for the sake of Mohayana (and the idiotic delusion that you have to do wrong for a commercial website), and its not the case that one deletes (takes what is not given) someones post. The main problem here is someone, thinking BSE-moderating is a joke and the kamma does not count.

You have been taught on intention and that such as "higher good reason" are two things.

Again MN 97 . Do you think that if standing right in front of the hell-guards, that a call of the SE management: "don't throw him into hell, he had done it for SE" will protect if having done wrong?

If you come to mind.

Welcome.

(It is really a serious thing that most "Buddhist" online have what is normal called "mental problems" e.g. wrong views)

So what will we do to bring you out there, back on earth? Or better you. Don't forget, its not wrong to break a promis if it is a turn to right view and kusala.

So what is your debt there on SE? Your IT job and the usual akusala behavior with it?

Since you Nyom Moritz , have certain "cable" to Nyom Chris, maybe you can assist a little and bring the "horse(s) home". (e.g. path)
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Holly! And what is this: http://buddhistsocietysa.org.au/

A "Bhikkhuni" and another "Anagarikini" Pasanna, leading such as a The Buddhist Sociaty (eg. Sangha)... of South Australia.

Anagarika at Dakkhina Dhammatthala nuns vihara and secretary of the Buddhist Society of South Australia.

That's really "sodom and gomorrah" over there in S- Australia, to use western familary words.

Welcome Samvega!

Not to speak about those Sri Lankan Monks here, going for Alms together with woman...

Upcoming Pindapatas:

Friday 21st of July,
Friday 18th of August,
NO pindapata in SEPTEMBER,
Friday 2oth October,
Friday 17th November,
Friday 15th December

Welcome to this bottomless hole... it will be really "funny" on this earth soon...

Ayya Santacārī?
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I think that (using UK English) it's polite to apologize when anyone might feel offended or hurt, even if it was an accidental harm without ill-will; or even if the "offense" is minor, for example deleting someone's answer online.

It was also literally an apologia -- after I decided to delete the message I posted a comment, to refer you to the policies which as a "moderator" of that site I am expected to help implement.
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It was of course foreseeable that this place will grow to a huge respectless in regard of the Juwels place, as leaded so.

So just that the/a certain Sangha has the possibility to bring those idiots back in line, just see the new flames behind the leaders Sujato, Brahma, Brahmali...

Paccittiya 8 & teaching laity

It's just disappointing and shameful to see how those fools act in puplic, disrespecting really everything and doing their Sg13-party.

Sutta-decentral...

The new co-corrupter Dhammarakkhita was rebuked serial times via email, but so Vinaya is not really a matter, ignored he even runned wilder. And now not only corrupting the lay people there, but flirting with doubtful nuns, here with vimalanyani , the one without Nissaya , taking respectlessness against Dhamma-Vinaya as their Vehicle...

Pointless... and as told, each support of this Devadatta leaded undertaking is really wasted effort and sacrify.

Me really wonders how some smart seeming lay people there can still be silent, actually seeing clearly already.

It's a drug-cave, so as the poll on drugs and views on it shows . "Ex"-Hippi-assembling.

No idea if the Nonnen von Anenja have any ways or even desire to act. The monk is also hopeless lost in pc 4.

Me does not need to talk about Bhikkhunis following outsider Bhikkhus and its effect.

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Originally answered here

Quote from: deleted Answer on BSE, https://buddhism.stackexchange.com/a/22872/12162

"Be" touched!

Sadhu! For asking this question. It is the possible reason to come in touch with the good-teachings if touched. Think "yourself" who gave the cause...

"nothing can be experienced unless you have created the cause."



Aside of the danger that the "you" might be missunderstood, there is nothing wrong. To avoid this danger while using common language the Buddha therefore taught that at least "by touch experiance arises" (phassa) (right this moment not remembering the Sutta, maybe later or if interested on sangham.net -> see indro-link).

Touching what? Avijja, not-knowing.

As for the rest of what Tibetan cultur-Buddhism declares as the words of Buddha, no commens at this time aside of to 4. (if spoken general): Nonsens! Teaching of the Jains, -> determinism, no free-will, no Nibbana, Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha useless as well as this talk.

Therfore: if avijja, a surface, is ended, no more touch, no more dukkha, all suffering ends.

And what is the cause, what is the reason "one" must give to very end the root of suffering? Exactlly this Noble Eightfold Path: right view, right resolve, right speech, right action, right effort, right mindfullness, right concentration.

Anumodana!

(It still gives my person "some pain" if people missinterprate the Buddha on large.)

It must be said without doubt, if one is caught on BSE one is really out of touch of the Juwels and caught by a currupted gang, leaded by Element (Dhammadatu, Visuddhiraptor) and the unfortune moderator team, slaves of SE.

Just seeing, Chris :

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My apologies for deleting this answer, however the question is tagged "mahayana", and so the OP expects answer from a mahayana perspective/school -- see "How should we handle the different traditions of Buddhism in our answers?" in this list of site policies. – ChrisW

It's stupid, Chris, your sacrifies for worthless things. But go on... as you like.

How can stupidy apologiesed? (If there is not seeing a grave fault fist.)

Apologie before doing wrong... this is simply touching the heart of moha: Bālaṃ "deliberatly useless".

But why would somebody be touched by such?
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Dhammatalks - [Dhammagespräche] / Re: [En] Karma and Gratitude, Bhante Thanissaro
« Last post by Johann on September 23, 2017, 02:31:55 PM »
Sadhu! Nyom Sophorn .

* The father kicked him downstairs, broke both his legs.

Scheint ein "Versprecher" von Bhante zu sein, oder ein The father kicked "by" him downstairs, broke both his legs.

(Atma gerade mitten im Lesen)

Oh nein... Punkt! Son of previous marriage... (Then it) Came to huge arguments with, the father... (He -the son) kicked him downstairs, broke both his legs.

Past auch zum Kontext, wenn nochmal angehört.
(Satzteilschlucker wie Atma, Bhante, wenn's um "Geschichten geht)

* There is a case here as "Bheagwa"

Vielleicht: "There is a case here, as back, where... (herausgeschnitten, die Einleitung?) Oder der Ort von Ajahn Fuangs Kloster? Aber dann paßt das "here" nicht in den Kontext.

* There are people who thought that whatever people do is totally influenced or totally determined by say, the stars or some creator, God, (or) by their past karma, in other words, people ...

* That's why the reflection on gratitude is one useful way of getting the mind to be willing to settle down in the present moment, realizing this is the way, as the Buddha said, that's karma but leads to the end of karma, and all the entanglement(s) that come(s) with karma.

* ___ that you're pretty tying up in the narratives. Aus em Kontext vielleicht: ...but it is not so that he (oder you) get up caught in the narratives:... d.h: "die Geschichte endet nicht hiermit (den Geschichten von früher)"
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Dhammatalks - [Dhammagespräche] / Re: [En] Karma and Gratitude, Bhante Thanissaro
« Last post by Sophorn on September 22, 2017, 06:15:49 PM »
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Karma and Gratitude
A Dhammatalk given by Bhante Thanissaro

When the Buddha talks about gratitude he does so on the context of the teaching on karma and rebirth. And it's worth thinking of the implications of that are: when he's talking about mondial in review.
That there are good and bad actions, and these actions have results. (But) in this lifetime onto the next. He mentions as just in phrase: There is mother and father, which seems almost too obvious to say. We all have mothers and fathers. But when he meant them in the context in the time was that you owe them gratitude to, and it's because of the nature of karma that you do.
There are people who thought that whatever people do is totally influenced or totally determined by say, the stars or some creator, God, by their ___ , in other words, people don't have choices. It's when yor parents told you that they had no choice, no matter. When they raised you they had no choice, no matter. It's just what they had to do. And so there is no special effect of gratitude there. It's just influences from the stars or influences from whatever else acting through them.
But the Buddhist teaching on karma has several features that make gratitude an appropriate response. One is that we have freedom of choice. Our actions are real. And they come from our intentions and we have a choice on what choice of intentions we have to act on.
So when someone does anything good to you, it does have a meaning. It was a choice. Even if they had to go out of their way, if they had to make sacrifices - it's worth your gratitude.

(But) the word for gratitude in Pali (is) "kataññū" contains the root "kata". "Kata" comes from the word "to do". You literally know and appreciate what has been done. This is why gratitude is different from general appreciation. We can appreciate the trees, we can appreciate the weather right now. It's making it easy to practise. But there's noone doing that.

We want to argue a creator, God, is doing that: Why is it more difficult for a God to do things pleasantly than unpleasantly? But the Buddha's teachings are just the way things are in terms of the way it rather works, the way plans work. They have no decisions in no matter. And it's when people make the decision to be on a parade and do something good. That requires special response on your part, both for the person who is good to you. You want to repay that goodness. And also fo your own realization that other peole may benefit from your going on of your way for them, unless you want to spread goodnes around. This kind of reflection opens your heart, widens your heart, makes you more likely who want to go out of your way.

There is a sentence, I'm not sure if it's Thai or is it in the Pali Canon: "Gratitude is a sign of a good person." It is chipped out for this reason. If someone appreciates the goodness of other people done and demand that they had to go out of their way. There where all kinds of difficulties. That makes it more likely that they themselves will be willing to go out of their way to be helpful, to be good.

(4:00) There is a case here as "Bheagwa"… The family lived down there from the monastery. They had a big ruckus one night. The son from the father's previous marriage came back. He was an adult now. They had a huge argument. The father It came to huge aguments with his Father. (He) kicked him downstairs, (and) broke both his legs. When the news came to the monastery Ajahn Fuang's first comment was: "You can never trust that son. If he was willing to do this to his father, he wil do it with anybody."
So, gratitude is a sign of a good person. And it is an attitude that gives rise to more goodness within us.

(4:40) In particular, what the Buddha talks about the debt we have to our parents, because, after all, our lives, we have our body because of them. Even if they weren't the best parents, at least, we have this human life, and this particular body right now, so they have particularly deserving the feeling of gratitude. Now the Buddha said the best way to repay that is: If they are stingy people you try them to be generous. If they are not virtuous you try teach them to be virtuous. In other words, whatever goodness they are not alike you try to influence them some in that direction. And, of course, you know how hard it to teach your parents. You have to be really subtle and very wise in how you do that. But it i possible. I have seen cases. They'll reflect further on that. The Buddha's teachings on parents is… There is that statement you will never meet - or it will be very hard to meet someone who hasn't been your mother or father in the past. Now some people take that and say that means you should feel affectionate to everybody because they have been your parent, one or another.
But the Buddha takes it into a different direction: He says you give rise in a sense of dismay. All these times you have been parents and all the times, all these parents you've been parents to somebody else. That's back and forth, back and forth, back and forth like this, and we know that's like between children and parents.

This also fits into the teaching of karma: There's straight clear karma and there's dark karma. Clear karma crosses good karma and dharma with good intentions and dark karma, dharma with bad intentions mixed; and then, there is a karma that leads away from karma, leads to an end of karma. And you look at the karma we have with everyone around us. We've had - who knows how long - and it's going to be a real mixture: clear and dark.

And what your parents want: satisfactory. And then, you've been a parent sometimes and, of course, what you do besides satisfactory to your children, too, and so karma goes back and forth, between clear and dark, clear and dark.
(7.12) It never gets anywhere, unless you decide to get out. So it's another good reflection. One of the best you can do to the whole mass of people who - all these people who've been your parents and all the people who you've been parents of in the past. It's just: get out of the system. That's what we're doing as we meditate. That's why the reflection on gratitude is one useful way of getting the mind to be willing to settle down in the present moment, realizing "This is the way, as the Buddha said, that's karma but leads to the end of karma. All the entanglement ___ was karma. So, at ___?

This is the first semon of the Eight Noble Truths. Everythi from right view onto right concentration. That's the karma that leads to the end of karma. So, it's working on concentration, in other words, basically right now it's right effort, right mindfulness,right concentration altogether. It's what we're trying to develop. That's part of this karma that gets us out of this tangle. And give the best possible way of repaying the people that we've been so immediately connected with before. We can dedicate to give goodness to them. If the appreciate it, they will benefit.
So you take your mind around the world, take your mind around a huge span of time, and then you zero when on the present moment, because the present moment is the way out.

(8:56) This is the same pattern that the Buddha thought the night he was awakening. His first knowledge was about time and how far it goes back. And all the narratives of his life. If you think you had narratives, sit down here. The Buddha has thousands of thousands of them. Thus, having so many that it got reduced to the bare essentials: This is what he looked like, what his name was or what he was called. This is experience of pleasure and pain. This is what he ate and this is how he died. That's life. Five sentences. No one after the another. ___ that you're pretty tying up in the narratives. The next question is: Does everybody else is following this pattern, too?

(9.42) The second knowledge is awareness spread to fill the entire universe. You realize that everybody goes through that process and then seeing that, in fact, everybody went through this process, he also thought: What drove it? Basically, it was intentions. And intentions were skillful or unskillful depending whether they were based on right view or wrong view.
So, the third question was what kind of intentions lead out? That's when he gained the knowledge that he was awakening. So, sometimes, you just sit down to meditate. It's good to think about past expenses of time, past expenses of the universe to see the common patterns and then realize that the common patterns are generated here in your mind in the present moment.

(10.31) Which is why we're working right here. The working on your mind here and working on your intentions trying to get some control of your intentions as a gift to yourself and the people around you. That is one of the good things that the Buddha talks about, merit. It's basically instructions how to find happiness and the engagement of the world in a way that doesn't cause any suffering, that doesn't cause any harm to anybody. In other words, happiness spreads around. And meditation is one of those activities where the happiness, where the goodness spreads around.This is most clearly if you've been meditating and the mind is filled with anger before the time to meditate. But with the time you're done the anger has subsided. That means you've saved the people around you from theventer that might have been expressed in your words or your deeds.

(11.34) And the more time you give to meditation the more you try them on, the more deep the results become. And the more deep the impact ___ are on other people. So, all that contemplation comes under what the Buddha calls generating desire. It's part of right effort generating desire to do something skillful. To understand what action is and your power of choice, unless you are going to use that power well. You're not like the congress man in that New Yorker cartoon when he's coming down the steps the capitalist is saying: What use of power when you cannot use it? What kind of power? "If you abuse it, you're going to to be the one who is abused!"

The one who uses power of choice - you want to choose it well. And you can. The Buddha is showing you how. Instructions are not superhuman. If said it was thought as superhuman he wouldn't have taught them. That's when the mind feels tempted to go out... some play sounds. Remind yourself: Do what you're doing right here, being with your breath! And you may not see the results you want right away. At least, is headed into the right direction. We don't just sit in the present moment. The present moment is an arrow that moves into he future. Timehas an arrow. Tin me has any arrow. That's what you do now will have an impact now and on into the future.
So, sometimes, the immediate impact is not what you want when it's not as good1 as you want but it's headed in the right direction. It's part of a path. The path that leads to knowledge, the path that leads to awakening. The path that leads to goodness all around.

So, when you're tempted to slip off the path, remind yourself: it's hard to find a path this good. Ann's whenever you're slipping off, is pretty miserable in comparison.
And so, in this way, that reflection and gratitude in the context of karma can bring you right here. Doing what you should be doing in terms of the duties of the Four Noble Truths. Duties that are imposed on you, but you want to put an end to suffering - and this is how it's done and here's your opportunity to do it!
So let that thought be uplifting!

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N.B.: Einige Passagen sind unklar oder ev. falsch geschrieben , daher sind Korrekturen jederzeit willkommen.

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7. Doesn’t the teaching on karma teach people to be callous toward the sufferings of others?

Knowing that you have both good and bad seeds in your field that haven’t yet matured, the teaching on karma teaches you to ask this question instead: What’s the wisest way to view other people whose bad seeds are currently sprouting? And the answer is: with compassion. Is your compassion so rarified that you give it only to people who have never done anything wrong? If it were, you wouldn’t find anyone to receive it.

So when you see someone suffering, you don’t say, “They deserve it,” and leave them to their suffering. Actions yield results, but nobody “deserves” to suffer. The path is for putting an end to suffering, “deserved” or not. You look for the potential good seeds in other people’s fields that are about to mature, and try to give whatever help that will aid those people in not suffering from the bad seeds. After all, that’s how you would like them to treat you when your bad seeds start to mature.


8. But can’t karma be used to justify social injustices?

Only by people who don’t really believe in karma. If someone has the karma that tends to poverty or a painful death, there are plenty of natural causes or accidents that will provide an opportunity for that karma to bear fruit. But if you decide to oppress that person economically or bring about his painful death, that bad karma now becomes yours.


9. Don’t people believe in karma just because they want the universe to seem just?

If they do, they’re in for a disappointment. When you sow seeds in your karma field, you get the same kind of plant whose seed you sow, but the size of your harvest will vary in line with many other factors—other actions you do before or after, and your state of mind when the seed ripens. This means that a minor action might yield huge results, or a major action, small results.

A discourse (MN 86) tells of Angulimala, who murdered many people but then had a total change of heart and became an arahant. The only karmic result of all those murders was that people threw things at him when he was on his almsround. The relatives of those he killed probably didn’t think that justice was served, but that was how karma worked in that case.

And we’re fortunate that karma isn’t always just. As the Buddha said, if we had to pay back all the bad karma we’ve done in the past before reaching awakening, no one would ever awaken.
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7. Lehrt die Lehre über Karma Leute gefühllos gegenüber dem Leiden anderer zu sein?

Wissend, daß Sie beiderlei, gute und schlechte, Samen in Ihren Feld, die jetzt noch nicht gereift sind, haben, lehren Sie die Lehren über Karma, daß Sie sich anstelle fragen: Was ist die weiseste Art andere Leute zu betrachten, deren Samen gerade am Sprießen sind? Und die Antwort ist: mit Mitgefühl. Ist Ihr Mitgefühl so dünn, daß Sie Ihr Mitgefühl nur jenen geben, die noch niemals etwas Falsches getan haben? Wenn es so wäre, würden Sie niemanden finden, um es zu empfangen.

Wenn Sie also andere leiden sehen, sagen Sie nicht: "Sie verdienen das", und überlassen sie ihrem Leiden. Handlungen bedingen Ergebnisse, doch niemand "verdient" es zu leiden. Der Pfad ist dazu da, um dem Leiden ein Ende zu setzen, "verdient" oder nicht. Sie suchen nach potenziell guten Samen in anderer Leutes Feld, die daran sind zu reifen, und versuchen, was immer hilfreich ist, zu geben, was jenen Leuten helfen mag, um aufgrund der schlechten Samen nicht zu leiden. Letztlich ist dieses, was Sie gerne von ihnen haben wollen würden, wenn Ihre schlechten Sammen reifen.


8. Doch kann Karma nicht dazu verwendet werden, um soziale Ungerechtigkeit zu rechtfertigen?

Nur von Personen, die nicht wirklich in Karma vertrauen. Wenn jemand das Karma hat, welches zu Armut oder einem schmerzvollen Tod führt, neigt, sind da eine Fülle von Möglichkeiten, um dieses Karma zum Reifen zu bringen. Doch wenn Sie sich anstelle entscheiden, die Person wirtschaftlich zu unterdrücken, oder ihren schmerzvollen Tod herbeizubringen, wird dieses schlechte Karma zu dem Ihren.


9. Glauben Leute denn nicht nur deshalb an Karma, weil Sie das Universum gerecht sehen wollen?

Wenn sie so glauben, dann sind sie einer Enttäuschung nach. Wenn Sie Samen in Ihrem Karma-Feld sähen, bekommen Sie jene Pflanzen, wie Sie Samen gesäht haben, doch das Ausmaß Ihrer Ernte, wird im Einklang mit vielen anderen Faktoren variieren, durch andere Handlungen, die Sie davor oder danach getan haben, und Ihrem Geisteszustand, wenn der Same reift.

Eine Lehrrede (MN 86) erzählt von Angulimala, der viele Leute umgebracht hatte, doch dann eine völlige Wandlung seines Herzens hatte, und ein Arahat wurde. Das einzige karmische Ergebnis dieser Morde war, daß Leute Dinge nach ihm warfen, wenn er auf seiner Almosenrunde war. Wahrscheinlich dachten die Verwandten der Ermordeten nicht, daß der Gerechtigkeit damit bereits gedient war, doch war es dieses, wie sich Karma in dem Fall herausarbeitete.

Und wir sind beglückt, daß Karma nicht stets gerecht wirkt. So wie der Buddha sagte, wenn wir all das alte Karma, welches wir getan haben, zurückzahlen müßten, bevor wie Erwachen erlangen könnten, wurde niemals jemand erwachen.
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Johann

September 05, 2017, 01:21:44 AM
Gerestet: funktioniert tadellos. Nochmal alle Zugangsdaten gemailt, Nyom.
 

Sophorn

September 04, 2017, 02:06:42 PM
Kana hat mit U. Chamroeun das Login mit neuem Passwort erfolglos versucht.
Daraufhin versuchten kana das über die Veränderung über E-mail, aber da erschien, dass die E-mailadresse nicht gültig war (die hatten Bhante auch an kana in der Mail bestätigt)
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September 04, 2017, 11:52:03 AM
Sollte email im Posteingang haben, Nyom Sophorn.
 

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September 04, 2017, 11:41:14 AM
Kann nicht antworten auf was, Nyom Maria? Was und wo genauer?

Nyom Sophorn. Nyom Chomroeun kann kurzlich email Daten bekommen. Mal annehmend das PW auch vergessen, (abgesenhen von der Möglichkeit, link zu drücken wenn) wird Atma ein neues anlegen und ihm mailen.
 

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Werther Bhante , selbiges Problem was ich schon einmal hatte, Login geht aber kann nicht antworten, bin am Nachmittag bei neuen Computer, dieser hier ist schon über 12 Jahre alt.
 

Sophorn

September 04, 2017, 11:23:14 AM
Kana hat das File runtergeladen und U. Chamroeun gegeben,  der sich um die Kprrektur annehmen möchte. Kana wird auch gern das File den anderen Schülern zum Lesen teilen. Ev. sehen mehr Augen mehr.
 :-* :-* :-*
 

Sophorn

September 04, 2017, 11:17:06 AM
Verehrter Bhante, Chamroeun kann sich nicht einloggen. Ist das Passwort für E-mail oder sangham.net? In beiden Fällen haben kana das erfolglos probiert.
 :-* :-* :-*
 

Sophorn

September 04, 2017, 11:08:26 AM
 :-* :-* :-*
 

Johann

August 20, 2017, 01:37:40 AM
Es ist vielleicht gut eine Pause zu tun, doch kann es gut sein, daß man nicht zurückkehrt, für ein gutes oder schlechtes, für sich selbt und andere. Gut dort wo gut genährt und unterstützt und for allem Konzentration steigt, oder dort wo satt in jeder Hinsicht.
 

Johann

August 10, 2017, 11:31:40 AM
Wenn jemand Lust hat, oder anderen etwas Gutes oder Besseres tun kann und möchte: Korrekturlesen http://sangham.net/index.php/topic,1018.msg9625.html#msg9625 Baue nach und nach, so gut wie möglich ein auf ZzE.
 

Johann

August 07, 2017, 02:24:55 AM
Einen ausübungsreichen Vollmond-Uposatha and Gelegenheit die Mönche zu besuchen wünscht meine Person.
 

Sophorn

July 25, 2017, 03:59:03 PM
... versteht und womöglich sieht, wenn er nicht den Weg hierher
findet.

Großer Dank an alle im Hintergrund.

Mögen all diese Früchte vielfach zurückkommen und inspirieren.

Ayu vanno sukkham balam

 :-* :-* :-*
 

Sophorn

July 25, 2017, 03:55:25 PM
 :-* :-* :-*
karuna tvay bongkum Preah metschah

Herzliches Hallo an alle nach sehr langem!

Ein herzliches Dankeschön aus tiefsten Herzen an alle, die sich hier aktiv und indirekt hier beteiligen. Vor allem ein großes Sadhu an Bhante, der unvergleichliche Arbeit leistet, die kaum jemand ver
 

Johann

July 24, 2017, 03:15:56 AM
Fehlinvestition: Was immer man nicht in die Juwelen, in den Pfad investiert, ist vergeude Mühe, schnurrr einen fest im Rad des Leidens. Prüfen Sie es!   :) Wiederholungstäter...
 

Johann

July 17, 2017, 01:50:17 AM
Moritz
 

Moritz

July 16, 2017, 02:28:02 PM
Namasakara, Bhante _/\_
 

Johann

July 14, 2017, 07:07:17 AM
Moritz. Gut ihn früh Morgens und nicht bis in den frühen Morgen zu sehen.
 

Moritz

July 14, 2017, 07:03:53 AM
Namasakara, Bhante _/\_
 

Johann

July 13, 2017, 08:12:46 AM
Moritz.
 

Moritz

July 13, 2017, 07:42:39 AM
Chom reap lea
_/\_
 

Moritz

July 13, 2017, 07:40:46 AM
Namasakara, Bhante _/\_
 

Johann

July 08, 2017, 02:26:09 AM
Vor mehr als 2500 Jahen wurde a diesem Vollmondtag das Rad des Dhammas in bewegung gesetzt. Anumodana!
 

Mohan Gnanathilake

July 02, 2017, 08:24:13 AM
Sehr ehrwürdiger Samanera Johann,

ich bedanke mich bei Ihnen für Ihre nette Erklärung.

Dhamma Grüße an Sie aus Sri Lanka!

 

Johann

July 01, 2017, 07:43:41 PM
Nyom Mohan. Besser: "Ich hoffe, daß es Ihnen gut geht." und bestens (ohne suggerieren, wenn interessiert) "Wie geht es Ihnen." Oder: "Möge es Ihnen Gut gehen." (wenn metta ausdrücken wollend)
 

Mohan Gnanathilake

July 01, 2017, 10:43:15 AM
Sehr ehrwürdiger Samanera Johann,

ich glaube, dass es Ihnen gut geht.

Dhamma Grüße an Sie aus Sri Lanka!
 

Mohan Gnanathilake

July 01, 2017, 10:32:46 AM
Werter Micro,
herzliche Grüße aus Sri Lanka nach Deutschland!
 

Johann

July 01, 2017, 10:32:17 AM
Nyom Mohan.
 

Johann

June 25, 2017, 01:38:38 PM
Alles Zufälle. Nissaya. Und wenn da keine starke Grundlagenursache aufkommt, upanissayapaccayena, na dann war's das, und alles is weg. Lebewesen sind Erben ihrer Taten (im Geist, Wort und Körper).
 

Johann

June 25, 2017, 01:27:24 PM
Schwupps und weg. Waffen und Nahrung geholt.

Oh, was sag ich. Wenn man's doch nehmen kann, auch ohne das Gefühl zu nehmen... Unsinn hier. Hat doch keiner interesse Verdienste zu tun.
 

Johann

June 25, 2017, 01:21:28 PM
Mirco. Wie geht es?
 

Johann

June 25, 2017, 01:20:43 PM
Es ist doch viel angenehmer, wenn man sich nehmen kann was und wann immer man will, oder? Warum sollte man sich so viel antun, da sind genügend die Anbieten.
 

Johann

June 14, 2017, 06:45:07 PM
Jetzt aber vorerst. Möge jeder guten Unterhalt (ung) im Dhamma und Stärkung finden uud sich davon reichlich nehmen.
 

Mohan Gnanathilake

June 11, 2017, 08:24:45 AM
Werter Harry,

ich freue mich darüber, nach einigen Monaten wieder auf sangham.net Sie zu grüßen.

Herzliche Grüße aus Sri Lanka nach Deutschland!
 

Johann

June 09, 2017, 05:05:59 PM
Mögen sich alle, möge sich Guest der Uposatha-Einhaltung nicht nur heute annehmen, und glücksverheißende Zeit verbringen.

May all, may Guest not only today observe the Uposatha and spend auspicious time
 

Mohan Gnanathilake

June 03, 2017, 01:48:08 AM
Sehr ehrwürdiger Samanera Johann,

es geht mir zur Zeit gut. Ich glaube, dass es Ihnen auch gut geht.

Dhamma Grüße an Sie aus Sri Lanka!
 

Johann

June 02, 2017, 11:19:32 PM
Wie geht es Upasaka Mohan?
 

Mohan Gnanathilake

June 02, 2017, 10:51:50 PM
Wie sehr ehrwürdiger Samanera Johann geschrieben hat, hatte ich am 10. Mai 2017 meinen  Geburtstag, an dem Tag  in diesem Jahr das Wesakfest gefeiert wurde.
Beste Grüße an Sie aus Sri Lanka!
Mohan Barathi Gnanathilake
 

Johann

June 02, 2017, 12:33:54 PM
Wußte doch, daß so Nahrung immer gefressen werden will.  :)
"Sehr gut, weiter hungern."

Freut das Nyom Marcel wohlauf ist.
 

Marcel

June 02, 2017, 12:20:52 PM
weil "keines" immer noch die bezugnahme auf eines hat!
 

Johann

June 02, 2017, 10:23:46 AM
Wenn zwei mehr als eines sid, warum ist dann keines auch eines?
 

Johann

May 20, 2017, 04:30:26 PM
Moritz
 

Moritz

May 20, 2017, 03:42:08 PM
Namasakara, Bhante. _/\_
 

Johann

May 18, 2017, 09:56:06 AM
Sadhu und Mudita.
 

Moritz

May 18, 2017, 09:53:33 AM
_/\_ _/\_ _/\_
 

Sophorn

May 18, 2017, 09:22:19 AM
 :-* :-* :-*
Wünsche allen einen guten Silatag.
 :-* :-* :-*
 

Johann

May 16, 2017, 01:45:43 PM
Erfreulich
 

Maria

May 16, 2017, 12:09:45 PM
 :-*Werte Sophorn noch am Flughafen getroffen :)
sitzt im Flieger :-*
 

Johann

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

Sophorn

May 16, 2017, 02:17:07 AM
 :-* :-* :-*
 

Johann

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

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