Amish im Osten Amerikas leben streng religiös und ohne technische Neuerungen der Moderne. Als Jugendliche dürfen sie die Welt außerhalb. "Rumspringa" heißt sie. Diese Zeit dauert, solange sie eben dauert, und endet erst mit der Entscheidung für ein Leben mit der Gemeinde. Übersetzung Englisch-Deutsch für Rumspringa im PONS Online-Wörterbuch nachschlagen! Gratis Vokabeltrainer, Verbtabellen, Aussprachefunktion.
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Rumspringa Recommended VideoWho are the Amish and what is Rumspringa? Rumspringa, auch Rumschpringe oder Rumshpringa geschrieben, ist ein Übergangsritus während der Pubertät, der auf Englisch als "Herumspringen oder Herumspringen" übersetzt wird und in einigen Amish-Gemeinden verwendet wird. Rumspringa ist eine Weiterleitung auf diesen Artikel. Siehe auch: Rhumspringe. Amische Jungen beim Baseball. Die Zeit zwischen der Vollendung des Amish im Osten Amerikas leben streng religiös und ohne technische Neuerungen der Moderne. Als Jugendliche dürfen sie die Welt außerhalb. "Rumspringa" heißt sie. Diese Zeit dauert, solange sie eben dauert, und endet erst mit der Entscheidung für ein Leben mit der Gemeinde.
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Some church districts provide adult supervision, but others do not. Rumspringa as a wild rebellious experience is virtually unknown in some smaller settlements and in certain affiliations.
The Amish population statistics are updated annually in the summer. Other information is updated periodically. Like last year, the first time I saw a flat screen TV up close, mounted on the wall at work.
I asked my work college where the box was with the rest of it, you know the working parts. I thought it was like a desk top computer, with screen and workng parts separate.
Amazed actually. One learns to laugh with people when ones ignorance shows, if not one will soon develop a persecution complex.
The hardest thing at first about living in the english world is how selfish and uncaring most everybody is, also how angry and aggressive people are.
Not to mention false and deceptive. But it is what it is and one just learns to live with it. Such freedom does not exist the church world where everything is regulated and prescribed.
In the secular world one molds the world to oneself. In the church world, one moulds oneself to the church discipline. In both worlds, those that succeed remain.
Failures in the secular world become dropouts and in the church world, shunned. The only question is if one wants to mould or be moulded, both ways have their unique challenges and rewards.
Another strange difference is that in the secular world I have freedom of action but not of speech, whereas in the church world I have freedom of speech but not of action.
For example, In the secular world if I said I gambled, no protest, however if I said that gambling should be legal for children people would protest.
In the church world I could say that gambling should be legal for chldren, no comment, yet if I said I went gambling, there would be an uproar.
In the secular world people are more concerned about whether ones speech is offensive or not and not if it is true or false, whereas in the church world people are more concerned about whether ones speech is true or false and not if it is offensive.
That comes second. Two different worlds with two different mindsets. However, it is much, much harder to join the church world than to join the secular world, gaining freedom is easier to bear than losing freedom.
Difficulty in ajusting is not what keeps the Amish in the church and out of the secular world, it is faith that the Amish way of life is the correct way.
A fact most runaways will admit to as well. It is lust for freedom and worldly things that keeps them in the world. I openly confess it.
Thank you so much for your thoughtful explanation. I can see that you must have really pondered whether or not to leave and join the English world.
I wish you well in the big, wide, wonderful world. And, I hope that you will find a good place there. I had friends amish , growing up and loved their friendships dearly.
I hope you make the best of your life and find your happiness. Do many Amish kids go to other churches during their rumspringa?
I have never heard of it even once, although the church I was with suppressed rumspringa, so I have a limited knowledge of this.
Are you going to church, since you left? Do you still believe in Jesus Christ? Or are you like Mose Gingerich, thinking because you left, you are going to hell, so why bother?
There is I think a misunderstanding somewhat about ruimspringa. While one has more freedom during these years in the sense of liberty to leave the home more freely and return later in the evening and miss supper, one still behaves and does the right things in front of ones parents.
It is behind ones parents backs that one gets up to mischief. The stuff you hear some kids getting up to they would never do in front of their parents or any another adult who would tell on them.
As my father always said — you are never to old for a klap smack The kids have an unwritten code that they will not tat on each other, unless it is something really bad or life threatning.
When the parents seem horrified when their kids are caught doing something bad, its a genuine emotion, at home those kids no doubt acted like little angels.
There are things I did in my youth I would never tell my parents, even now, they would be just as horrified as if I had done it yesterday. Some things only those present at the time should know about and will hopefully go to their graves without talking.
Shame has no respect for the years that have flowed by. As to going to other churches, some would go if they have religious outside engels friends who invite them.
Generally it would be to a Sunday night youth service. The morning service in broad daylight is far too exposed.
I went once with a friend to a Pentecostal mega-church as support. At that time I did not know those words.
He had been invited by some girl he had met and asked me to go with him. Being curious I agreed. It was shocking what I saw, it is possible it still gives me nightmares.
It did not feel like church and if we had not been driven there in a car for over an hour, I may well have walked home before the service started.
During the service I saw people rolling around on the floor screaming and crying and laughing like mad people. I thought they would attack me and rip me apart, boy was I scared.
Generally most of the people were jumping around and carrying on most strangely during the service. The music played by their rock and roll band sounded like secular radio and not at all worshipful.
What I saw there that night was an image from hell. Guess when you come back to the youth with stories about the madness, foreigness and strangeness of other churches, their desire to visit is diminished.
It sure cured my curiousity. Till this day I will not go anywhere near a church that calls itself Pentecostal or Charismatic. God forbid.
Truth be told it is hard to go to a regular church, everything is different. One could go to a conservative Mennonite church, but one might as well stay with the Amish, the only real difference is that the one uses electricity and cars and the other does not.
I certainly do believe in Jesus as Lord and Savior, more so now than before. Before it was in ignorance, now its with knowledge thanks to exposure to Baptist churches, their doctrine is good, but their practice is worldly.
They claim to be believers yet live like the unbelievers. Go figure. Unlike Mose, I separated what was biblical from what the elders taught.
In my mind there are four levels. The first is biblical and binding upon all Christians such as head coverings. The second is from the early elders of the first church who have added to head coverings such as its for all Christian women, baptised or not and to be worn all the time, not just when praying or prophesising.
The third is the founding elders of the various modern groups who added that all women in their group should wear the same style and color head covering.
And forthly our current elders who will make rules applicable for this generation. If I am not under their authority, I have no obligation to obey them.
Do Amish teens cast off their dorky clothes in favor of jeans and t-shirts, drive cars, and drink a lot of beer, or?
There are differing reports on the actual length of rumspringa, with some reports saying it lasts one to two years, and others saying it lasts as long as an Amish teen chooses.
Not all Amish use this term it does not occur in John A. Hostetler 's extended discussion of adolescence among the Amish , but in sects that do, Amish elders generally view it as a time for courtship and finding a spouse.
Rumspringa is also the subject of the film documentary Devil's Playground , which was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary and for three documentary Emmy Awards —Best Documentary, Editing, and Direction.
Rumspringa is a Pennsylvania German noun meaning "running around. In Pennsylvania German, the prefix rum is a contraction of herum — a development which is also all but general to spoken standard German.
The infinitive and gerund form "-a" is standard in Pennsylvania German and other forms of general Upper German. Amish adolescents may engage in rebellious behavior, resisting or defying parental norms.
In many cultures, enforcement may be relaxed, and misbehavior tolerated or overlooked to a degree. A view of rumspringa has emerged in popular culture that this divergence from custom is an accepted part of adolescence or a rite of passage for Amish youth.
Among the Amish, however, rumspringa simply refers to adolescence. During that time a certain amount of misbehavior is unsurprising and is not severely condemned for instance, by Meidung or shunning.
Adults who have made a permanent and public commitment to the faith would be held to the higher standards of behavior defined in part by the Schleitheim and Dordrecht confessions.
Amish adolescents do remain, however, under the strict authority of parents who are bound to Ordnung , and there is no period when adolescents are formally released from these rules.
It is the period when the young person is regarded as having reached maturity, and is permitted to attend the Sunday night "singings" that are the focus of courtship among the Amish; according to Amish sources, a youth who dares to attend one of these events before the age of 16 might be force-fed warm milk from a spoon, as a good-natured reminder to observe the lines of status.
A minority of Amish youth do diverge from established customs. Not all youth diverge from custom during this period; approximately half in the larger communities and the majority in smaller Amish communities remain within the norms of Amish dress or behavior during adolescence.
Traditionally, the Amish family is tightly bound, and obeys religious rules, such as forgoing the use of electricity, cell phones, and cars, and wearing modest clothes at all times.
Women wear long dresses and bonnets, while men wear suits and beards. They are devoutly religious, and go to church often. This usually happens between the ages of to both male and female.
Who does Rumspringa? Rumspringa is only for the youth of the Amish communities across the world. This is one of the biggest things for any Amish person because it is a sign of trust that not only your family but your whole community trust you enough to let you go to Rumspringa.
Why do they do Rumspringa? The Amish believe that when someone is of age they are able to make their own choices when it comes to their individual faith and Rumspringa gives the youth a time to decide and experiment with their faith before they are baptised fully.
Originally it was to scare the youth back to home but now there is more an influence to stay away for longer.
How long does it last for?