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Welcome!   Here you will find a broad collection of Buddhist text files and links to other Buddhist Web sites.

We'll start with the newest of the materials that I have collected and converted to HTML format for easy online reading.   To find the older materials follow the Archive link below.   Many of these offerings are from The Buddhist Publication Society and come to us by way of the DharmaNet File Archive.


New Offerings!

Bodhinyana  -  A Collection of Dhamma Talks by The Venerable Ajahn Chah.   Yet another wonderful series of lessons from one of the greatest teachers of all time.   This piece is highly recommended to everyone with an interest in Thai practice, and Theravada practice in general.   One more must read to add to your list.

Things As They Are  -  A Collection of Talks on the Training of the Mind by Venerable Acariya Maha Boowa Nanasampanno.   Translated from the Thai by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.   This book is an excellent resource for every student who is interested in understanding and training the mind towards the cessation of dukkha.   Long but worth the read.

Prisoners of Karma  -  A wonderful Dharma story by Suvimalee Karunaratna.   An easy read that teaches important lessons about who we are and why we're here.   Suitable for children of all ages.   Let me know what you think.

Vitakka-santhana Sutta  -  Also titled The Removal of Distracting Thoughts this lesson is one of the short discourses of the Buddha, but this version has an extensive commentary that may help some people to understand the lesson.   You should at least read the discourse part, read the commentary as you see fit.

The Associates Program  -  It may not be a sutra, but it's very important to the life of this site.   I have joined the Associates program.   Check out this page to find out about books by the same authors as the articles you read here.   If you're planning to buy some books from, try this page first.   You'll be helping me keep this site online.


Additional Materials

Aside from the new offerings above, please enjoy the following favorites.   Please note:   The Archive Page was also updated on April 4, 1999.

  • Don't forget to check out   The Buddhist Reading Room Archive  -  Our main library of sutras and other lessons to read online.   Some of the files are available via e-mail.   This is where you will find all the texts that used to be listed on the main page including The Dhammapada and the lessons by Jack Kornfield and Ven. Ajahn Chah.   Plus many other sutras and lessons.

  • World Wide Web Links  -  A short listing of the creme-de-la-creme of Buddhist Sites on the `Net.

  • Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai  -  The Society for the Promotion of Buddhism.   A reprint of the contact information from the book The Teaching of Buddha.   A world-wide list of all offices of Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai.   The Society will send you a copy of the book and requests only a $7.00 (optional) donation in return.

  • A Short Personal Bio and Photo  -  To get to know me a little better.


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