Kamis, 15 Juli 2010

Fang_Sen atau Pelepasan Makhluk hidup kehabitatnya

Ini adalah hujut cinta kasih yang di pancarkan dengan perbuatan baik untuk memberi sesamanya yang membutukan kehidupan yang baik juga walupun alam hewan itu sudah bebas dan pikiran dengan niat untuk memberi dan fang _sen lah membuat kehidupan ini terasa akrab dengan sesamanya walaupun kita manusia dan dengan alam hewan itu,yang penting tujuan yang baik tidak saling melukai atau membedakan semua kehidupan baik manusia dan alam hewan itu,akan tetapi tujuan dengan nait yang baik juga semua itu dapat di kembangkan bersama-sama untuk manusia dan makhluk hidup yang lain baik dimana pun berada itu merupakan suatu praktek yang baik walaupun kadang-kadang sulit untuk memberikan atau mengembangkan cinta kasih akibat dari perubahan lingkungan dan hidup jaman yang begitu maju pesat dengan bermacam-macam ilmu pengetahuan iptek itu,akan tetapi tidak menghambat untuk belajar untuk mulai baik sedikit-demi sedikit untuk punya niat yang baik untuk Fang_sen atau membebaskan kehidupan yang lain seperti alam hewan yang tertindas kehidupanya setiap hari,jadi baik sedikit itu merupakan suatu hujut untuk menyelamatkan manusia dan makhluk hidup itu,ini adalah cinta kasih yang bisa kita kembangkan setiap hari walupun sedikit-demisedikit akan tetapi semua niat yang baik juga akan bisa menolong kehidupan manusia dan makhluk hidup yang lain dengan memancarkan Metta cinta kasih yang amat luas kepada manusia dan makhluk hidup itu.




Fang_sen atau Pelepasan mahkluk hidup merupakan perbuatan yang baik dengan penu cinta kasih sesama manusia dan mahkluk hidup di dunia ini,walaupun banyak kehidupan yang menindas kehidupan lain seperti manusia dan kalum yang rendah,manusia dengan makhluk hidup yang rendah seperti alam hewan dengan kejam dan tidak perduli yang lain,akan tetapi sebenarnya mereka membutukan kehidupan yang baik dengan sesamanya itu ,walupun ada yang kejam dalam alam hewan itu seperti hewan yang lebih besar misalnya : harimau,singa,beruang, Anjing hutan,buaya ini merupakan hewan yang buas dan punya habitnya sendiri dan tidak sembarang fang_se sebab akan justru mengakibatkan celakanya kehidupan yang lain sepeti manusia dan alam hewan yang kecil-kecil itu,jadi fang_sen pun ada kebijaksananya tidak melepas begitu jada hewan-hewan yang buas dan membahayakan itu,jadi ini contoh yang baik dan benar untuk melaksanakan suatu fang_sen,seperti burung,belut,ikan,kelinci,kodok,jangkrik,ular,dan sebaginya yang di lepaskan dengan tujuan cinta kasih kepada makhluk hidup itu supaya terbebas dengan bebasnya kealam semesta ini,walau pun ingin fang_sen yang lebih besar lagi,itu boleh saja yang penting penu cinta kasih kepada manusia dan makhluk hidup,memang ada orang yang ingin fang_sen seperti orang terkurung itu merupakan pihak yang berwajib bertanggung jawab, apa sebabnya karena orang yang di kurung tentunya berbuat jahat dan harus di hukum,selama hukumanya selesai maka orang yang di kurung itu akan bebas juga ke tempatnya itu,jadi tidak sembarangan fang_sen itu bisa di lakukan,walaupun niat cinta kasih itu di pancarkan,yang penting nait yang baik dan kebijaksanalah yang menetukan supaya kita bisa mempraktekan cinta kasih itu.namun semua itu adalah prilaku dan kebijaksanaan itu yang menentukan kehidupan ini bisa di laksanakan dengan bermacam perbuatan baik itu dimana pun kita berada,walupun semua kondisi membuat kita sulit untuk berbuat baik akan tetapi dengan niat yang baik jugalah maka perbuatan baik itu bisa di hujutkan dengan perbuatan dan pikiran yang baik pula.

Senin, 11 Januari 2010

Monks and Nuns must relocate by Dec. 31. Seeking protection in France

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The date fast approaches for the Monks and Nuns of Bat Nha to relocate. Please consider helping with donations or by helping with your peaceful actions.

Further news of the relocation is below.

Donations are urgently needed to help with the relocation costs for the monastics whether back to their homes in VietNam or to France for asylum. The monastics come from poor families and are in need of our generous support. Donations may be made in the form of either: checks made payable to Unified Buddhist Church, with a notation in the memo line: Bat Nha monastics and sent to Deer Park Monastery Deer Park Road, Escondido, CA. 92026.

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Persecuted Vietnamese Buddhists: France promises to act
PRESS RELEASE: 22 Dec. 09

On Monday 21 December, representatives of 400 Vietnamese Buddhist monks and nuns seeking temporary protection in France, met with Francois Zimeray, France’s Ambassador for Human Rights and Foreign Ministry officials in Paris.

“Ambassador Zimeray assured us that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs would work together with the Vietnamese government in Paris and Vietnam to find a solution,” said Sister Elisabeth, Abbess of Plum Village’s meditation centre in Paris. “If that proves to be impossible, they propose to offer us visas to save our brothers and sisters.” She clarified that they are not asking for refugee status for the Vietnamese monks and nuns, just temporary visas until they can return safely to Vietnam.

“We hope that the deadline of 31st December, a day of festivity and joy here in France, will not be the day of our community’s death in Vietnam.”

The French monks and nuns, disciples of Thich Nhat Hanh, from Plum Village monastery near Bordeaux, last week requested urgent help from the French government to offer ‘temporary protection’ in France to their 400 brothers and sisters in danger in Vietnam. Following months of brutal persecution, the Vietnamese government has set a 31 December deadline for the peaceful community to disband.

“We were very happy that Ambassador Zimeray and his colleagues from Le Quai D’Orsay and France’s mission to the United Nations, listened to us so deeply,” she continued. “They showed a great deal of respect and understanding of the situation faced by our brothers and sisters in Vietnam.”

“We do not want to leave Vietnam,” said Thay Trung Hai, one of the elder monks of Bat Nha monastery, who attended Monday’s meeting. “We just want these peaceful monks and nuns to be protected. Ambassador Zimeray encouraged us not to give up, and assured us that he would stand by our community. He said that France has a deep relationship with Vietnam – but an even stronger and deeper relationship with human rights. We are pleased that they have received our request. We are grateful that they showed their support.”

“We know that in our government in Vietnam there are many who love our community and want to protect us, but they are not strong enough,” Thay Trung Hai said. “I believe that if our government understands our aspiration, and loves us as their children, then they will find ways to protect and support us.”

“It is only while waiting for this that we ask for temporary protection in France,” he emphasized.

Last Friday 18 December Sister Elisabeth, along with an international delegation of monastic disciples of Thich Nhat Hanh, hand delivered their letter of request to President Sarkozy’s office at the Palais de L’Elysee. They were accompanied by Anh Dao, the adoptive daughter of Jacques Chirac.

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Followers Thich Nhat Hanh have gone underground

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AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE: followers of Zen monk go underground
By Agence France-Presse, Updated: 1/7/2010

Followers of one of the world’s most influential Buddhist monks say they have gone underground in Vietnam after being forced from a pagoda that gave them refuge.

Followers of one of the world’s most influential Buddhist monks say they have gone underground in Vietnam after being forced from a pagoda that gave them refuge.

About 200 devotees of Thich Nhat Hanh dispersed last month from the Phuoc Hue pagoda in central Vietnam after visits by what a US-based rights group described as “orchestrated” mobs that included police.

It was the second time since September that they had fled from a temple after what Human Rights Watch alleged was a year of intensified government effort to disband the community of young monks and nuns.

The devotees fled first from Bat Nha monastery after “thugs and undercover police” armed with hammers descended upon it, the watchdog said.

Their expulsion drew expressions of concern from both the US embassy and the European Parliament.

Nhat Hanh, a Zen monk and peace activist who was a confidant of slain US civil rights leader Martin Luther King, is based at the Plum Village monastery in France.

“It’s very difficult for us to feel safe… in our own country,” one nun said, declining to reveal her name, age or the community where she is staying.

She said she was among the last to leave Phuoc Hue before a December 31 deadline that has sent “the majority” of devotees underground.

The nun said she initially moved to a rented house with other followers elsewhere in the country.

A suspected plainclothes policeman was always stationed outside the house, the nun said, alleging “the same thing happened to many, many of my brothers and sisters.”

The nun said she has since moved to a different community where she lives with other devotees — who have so far not been bothered by the authorities.

Another nun said the monastics have spread out around the country; she is among some followers of Nhat Hanh who have returned home to their families.

“I’m not hiding but I don’t want many people to know where I am now,” she said. Like the first nun, she declined to give her name or location for security reasons.

Many temples in Vietnam would like to sponsor Nhat Hanh’s followers “but the government doesn’t give permission”, the first nun said.

The government could not immediately respond on Wednesday to AFP’s request for comment.

In October a foreign ministry spokeswoman described the matter as an internal Buddhist dispute and denied that hundreds of people had been forced from Bat Nha.

The government of Vietnam says it always respects freedom of belief and religion, but all religious activity remains under state control.

Human Rights Watch has said the ousting of Nhat Hanh’s followers was “clearly linked to his call for religious reforms.”

Nhat Hanh teaches what is known as “socially engaged” Buddhism.

He travelled to the United States in 1966 to call for an end to the Vietnam War and was not allowed to return by either the US-backed Saigon regime or the communist government that has ruled reunified Vietnam since 1975. He visited the country in 2005 and 2007.

In December a delegation representing Nhat Hanh’s followers asked France for temporary asylum, saying they no longer felt safe in Vietnam.

“We are waiting for the help from outside,” the first nun said, referring to the asylum request.

In a country where 51 percent of the population is under the age of 30, most of Nhat Hanh’s followers are young people. They meditate to reduce suffering and cultivate happiness, she said.

Being separated from each other, as they are now, makes it difficult for them to carry out their practice, the essence of which comes from living as a community, the nuns said.

“In our hearts, we would like to have a place for us to live together,” the second nun said.


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Kamis, 07 Januari 2010

[FFO] The Boy & The Apple Tree !!! Must Read !!!!

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