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Posted by: Dhammañāṇa
« on: June 14, 2023, 01:25:38 AM »

* suggesting by Johann:  Maybe good to add, if wishing so, seeing it so, that this place here has to be seen like a "private house", dedicated for the Sangha and faithful followers to sacrifices toward the Gems and/or get more familar with the Dhamma-Vinaya. It's in no way to be seen as a common social service, not a little commercial, not a little dedicated for any worldly gain, volunteer maintained by faithful individuals and not related to any worldly institution.

Like a being would be possible accepted in a mothers womb, in the sphere of parents, total liberal, like a visitor enters a house, given ways, so a child might wisely see the goodness, and feel obligated to make proper use, and try to do it's best, yet as well a matter of free choices, either skilful or even the opposite.

Such as inherent "rights" does not exist in any sphere dedicated toward the Brahmas and beyond, and claims of receiver would mean placing duties toward goodness and Sublime to appear as the followers slave.

In short based on: right view, not common modern wrong view.

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

There is the case where a certain person is not covetous. He does not covet the belongings of others, thinking, 'O, that what belongs to others would be mine!' He bears no ill will and is not corrupt in the resolves of his heart. [He thinks,] 'May these beings be free from animosity, free from oppression, free from trouble, and may they look after themselves with ease!' He has right view and is not warped in the way he sees things: 'There is what is given, what is offered, what is sacrificed. There are fruits & results of good & bad actions. There is this world & the next world. There is mother & father. There are spontaneously reborn beings; there are brahmans & contemplatives who, faring rightly & practicing rightly, proclaim this world & the next after having directly known & realized it for themselves.'

And possible good to link also to: Various kinds of Dhamma gifts to share and use for good purposes. But not given for any worldly trade and exchange.
Posted by: Dhammañāṇa
« on: January 30, 2013, 04:00:34 PM »

Forum rules [deutsch ]

On this forum are no special rules and this means that you are need to take care of your own actions more as maybe somewhere else.
Keep in mind that you are on a Dhamma forum and use it as a chance to train right speech .

Of course this forum is administarated with a healthy portion of property rights which are naturaly not claimable. That means you have no special (aside of usuall) rights on what ever content you might add.
So you are given no special right but opponent all possibilities to make the best of all you might receive.

A guidline how to use the forum best in all its possibilities you may find here: A way to use the forum

Spaming, commercial posts and rude trolling is not really welcome. Posts which are apparently unharmful or against the worldy laws will be moved to our compost heap if dedected.

Beside of this, every member is selfresponsible for his posts and actions here incl. copyright issues.

The forum carrier distances oneself from any action and violation against copyrights of civil law caused by a particular forum member if such is appart from reasonable approve. Its not possible to prove everything, so you are encouraged to work things out for your self.

The best way to avoid unwholsesome actions is for sure to stick to the two magic words - stay open - and the best way to integrate your self into a community is to oberver their way mindfully, step by step.

The Standards of our Admin, Aramika and Servants here (Moderators):
Vorgeschlagene "Regeln" für Aramika u. Admins - Suggested precepts for Aramika




Forenregeln

In diesem Forum gibt es keine speziellen Regeln und das bedeutet, daß Sie auf ihre eigenen Handlungen noch mehr achten müssen als vielleicht in anderen Foren.
Bitte bedenken Sie stets, daß Sie sich hier in einem Dhamma Forum befinden und nützen Sie dies um sich in rechter Sprache zu trainieren.

Sicherlich ist diese Forum mit einer gesunden Portion an Hausrecht verwaltet, die naturgemäß nicht des Einspruchsrechtes enthält. Das bedeutet auch, daß Sie keinerlei spezielle Rechte (abseits den üblichen) auf jegliche Daten, die Sie dem Forum hinzufügen haben.
Somit sind Ihnen zwar im generellen keine speziellen Rechte eingeräumt, aber damit auch alle Möglichkeiten offen, daß beste aus dem was Sie bekommen machen zu können.

Eine Anleitung, wie man das Forum am besten in all seinen Möglichkeiten nutzt, finden Sie hier: Eine Art das Forum zu nutzen

Spamen, kommerzielle Posts und rüdes Trollen ist nicht wirklich willkommen. Beiträge die offensichtlich verletzend oder gegen weltliche Gesetze verstoßen, werden wenn erkannt, auf den Komposthaufen verschoben.

Neben diesem ist jeder Nutzer völlig selbstverantwortlich für seine Beiträge, seine Handlungen und auch Copyright-Angelegenheiten.

Der Forumbetreiber distanziert sich von allen Handlungen und Verstößen gegen Urheberrecht und Zivilrecht, welches von einzelnen Mitgliedern verursacht sein möge, wenn es über ein zumutbares Maß der Prüfungspflicht und Gewissenhaftigkeit hinausgeht. Es ist nicht möglich alles zu prüfen und damit sind Sie angehalten sich selbst um diese Belange zu kümmern.

Der beste Wege sich von unheilsamen Dingen abzuhalten ist wohl mit den zwei magischen Wörtern, stay open ,am besten gesichert und der beste Weg sich in einer Gruppe einzuleben und ihre Weg zu verstehen, ist stets aufmerksam zu beobachten.

Die angenommenen Standards von Admin, Aramika and Helfern here (Moderatoren):
Vorgeschlagene "Regeln" für Aramika u. Admins - Suggested precepts for Aramika


 :-*




[14.2.2013 add links: "Who runs sangham.net presently ", zugefügt Link: "Wer betreibt sangham.net derzeit "]
[9.3.2013 add the magic two words / die wei magischen Wörter hinzugefügt]
[3.2.2013 changed link to internal link and added Link to "Ways to use the forum", minor renderings of the formulation]
[17.4.2015 added the Standards of moderators and Servants / die Standards der Moderatoren und Helfer ergänzt.]