Structural engineer anyone?

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Structural engineer anyone?

Post by bhante dhamma » Wed Sep 04, 2019 10:32 am

Anumodana if the administration let this fly...

In the topic of Dhamma-propogation & the 'dasa puñña kiriya vatthu' also I guess there is a hidden phenomenon or subject of buildings (sāsana dhammā / teachings, sāsana puggala / people's , sāsana piti / ceremonies and not last but least...sāsana vatthu / objects of the dispensation which includes, monasteries, Buddhist centers or anything of such a nature. If there so happens to be anyone who is a structural engineer there is a monastery post earthquake in Eastern Indonesia that is struggling with some engineering issues and I with the limited connections I have haven't been successful in their request for seeking technical advice regarding the current rebuilding of the local Vihara. So I you're in that field send a message maybe, oh and if there are any doctor's send a message also as I have a question regarding an physical ailment.

The dasa puñña kriya vastu are

Dāna
Sīla
Bhāvāna
Apacaya
Veyyvaca (service)
Desana
Savana
Pattānu
Modamano
Diṭṭh'uju'kamma

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Concentration
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Re: Structural engineer anyone?

Post by retrofuturist » Thu Sep 05, 2019 12:06 am

Greetings,
bhante dhamma wrote:
Wed Sep 04, 2019 10:32 am
Anumodana if the administration let this fly...
Of course, it goes without saying. All the best with the search...

Metta,
Paul. :)
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