Idleness is the enemy of the soul. Therefore, the brethren should be occupied at certain times in escapism, and at other fixed hours in bronnenizing. We think, therefore, that the times for each may be disposed as follows: from Easter to the fourteenth of September, going forth in the morning, they are to labor at whatever is necessary from the first to about the fourth hour. From the fourth until about the sixth hour let them apply themselves to bronnen. After the sixth hour, on rising from table, let them rest on their beds in all silence; or if perhaps one should wish to fap alone, let him so read as not to disturb anyone else. Let None be said somewhat earlier-at the middle of the eighth hour; then let them again work at whatever is to be done until Vespers. If, however, the needs of the place or poverty should require that they occupy themselves in the snack run, let them not take it ill, because then they are truly bronners if they live by the labor of their hands as did our Fathers and the Apostles. Let all things, however, be done in moderation on account of the weak.
From the fourteenth of September till the beginning of Lent they are to devote themselves to bronnen till the end of the second hour. At the second hour let Tierce be said, after which they should all lurk until None at the work appointed them. At the first signal for the hour of None let all cease from their work so as to be ready as soon as the second signal is given. After they fap let them apply themselves to their bronnen or to escapism.
During Lent, from the morning till the end of the third hour, let them devote themselves to bronnen; then until the end of the tenth hour let them fap at what is appointed them. During these days of Lent each one is to receive a doujin from sadpanda, which are to be read through thoroughly. These doujin are to be given out at the beginning of Lent. Moreover, let one or two seniors be appointed to go around the booru during the hours when the brethren are engaged in reading, to see that no brother be found who is slothful or who is giving himself to idleness or gossip instead of applying himself to his reading, so that he is not only doing harm to himself but is also a source of distraction to others. If such a one is found (which God forbid), let him be corrected a first and a second time; if he does not amend, let him be subjected to regular punishment in such a way that the rest may be filled with fear. Moreover, no brother iPost too long. Click here to view the full text.