After considering many helpful comments and suggestions from ATI readers, I've finally replaced the search engine with a better one. Now you can locate short phrases like "the All", find suttas by reference number (e.g., "SN 56.11"), and perform the full array of complex Google searches. It's also far more forgiving of misspellings, sometimes suggesting alternate spellings (e.g., a search for "anatalakana" will prompt you to try "anattalakkhana"). It may not be perfect, but it's definitely Google-good. I hope it helps you find what you need.
We suffer as a result of clinging to what is fundamentally inconstant (anicca). So don't fall for what you like; don't fall for what you dislike. Learn to punch your likes and dislikes before they punch you!
According to the early Buddhist teachings, the mind is neither innately good, innately bad, or innately Awakened; it is our choices and our actions that shape the development of the mind. In fact, if we make any assumptions about the mind's innate qualities, we only impede our progress towards a true and lasting freedom.
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