As tought by the Buddha.
Speech must be pure and wholesome. Purity is achieved by removing impurity, and so we must understand what constitutes impure speech. Such acts include: telling lies, that is, speaking either more or less than the truth; carrying tales that set friends at odds; backbiting and slander; speaking harsh words that disturb others and have no beneficial effect; and idle gossip, meaningless chatter that wastes one’s own time and the time of others. Abstaining from all such impure speech leaves nothing but right speech.
One who practices right speech speaks the truth and is steadfast in truthfulness, trustworthy, dependable, straightforward with others. He reconciles the quarreling and encourages the united. He delights in harmony, seeks after harmony, rejoices in harmony, and creates harmony by his words. His speech is gentle, pleasing to the ear, kindly, heartwarming, courteous, agreeable, and enjoyable to many. He speaks at the proper time, according to the facts, according to what is helpful, according to Dhamma and the Code of Conduct. His or her words are worth remembering, timely, well-reasoned, well-chosen, and constructive.
In diesem Sinne:
- hülle ich mich in Schweigen und plane einen Umzug.
- suche ich kleine Remote Jobs zur Überwinderung.
Wer dies liest und wer was hört: ich kann etwas und gerne :)
Bild: Scan von einem Malhia Kent Stoff.