I’ll keep this brief and simple (unlike the posts on this website):
You can’t copyright something that belongs to everyone. Period.
Everybody deserves to experience genuine happiness.
Having said that, I would strongly suggest keeping a few things in mind regarding the use or sharing of the content as presented on unconditionalhappiness.org so that it can be of the most benefit to yourself and others.
- Some articles require a certain foundation to read. That’s why I’m careful with the layout of the posts. If you share any random article that contains rather deep concepts, it could create confusion to someone who hasn’t gone through the essentials.
Then that might prevent people from further exploring the topic further which may be harmful. I try my best to link everything and add notices to prevent that, but that may not be enough.
- The above matter is especially applicable to using passages without the right context. Context is crucial and I always try to provide context.
- It’s better to share something if you have comprehended the concept to a certain extent. If you comprehend it (don’t hesitate to reach out and talk to me if you’re unsure), you should be able to come up with your own examples on any given topic related to the concept.
- You are not required to give me any credit and you don’t hurt my feelings if you don’t. However, for your own sake, as I’ve discussed in The Two Main Prerequisites for Unconditional Happiness, keep in mind that the development of moral qualities is indispensable to developing wisdom. So approach this issue wisely.
If you’re guided by a sense of selfishness or pride, they are going to lead you in the wrong direction.
If you have any questions, don’t be afraid to reach out. My email is email@example.com