Obsolete and unsupported links have been disabled and are highlighted like this.
- [30 May 1998] From the Anguttara and Samyutta Nikayas:
- Gotamaka-cetiya Sutta (AN 3.123) — At Gotamaka Shrine. What more do you want from the Buddha's teachings?
- Lekha Sutta (AN 3.130) — Inscriptions. How tightly do you hold on to anger? Do you let it get carved deeply into your psyche, like an inscription in solid rock?
- Yoga Sutta (AN 4.10) — Yokes. In many discourses, the Buddha speaks of "the unexcelled rest from the yoke." In this discourse he describes what yokes he is referring to, and how that rest comes about.
- Yuganaddha Sutta (AN 4.170) — In Tandem. The Buddha describes the paths to arahantship by which tranquillity and insight work hand-in-hand.
- Ina Sutta (AN 6.45) — Debt. How falling under the grip of sensuality is like falling heavily into debt.
- Gaddula Sutta (SN 22.99) — The Leash (1). Gaddula Sutta (SN 22.100) — The Leash (2).
Those who don't penetrate the not-self nature of the five aggregates are doomed to go round and round in circles, like a dog tied to a post.
- Ogha Sutta (SN 45.171) — Floods. Many discourses speak of "crossing over the flood." This discourse lists the floods that should be crossed over, and how it should be done.
- Cunda Sutta (SN 47.13) — About Cunda (Sariputta's Passing Away). A touching account of Ven. Ananda's grief over Ven. Sariputta's death, and of how the Buddha consoled him with Dhamma: make the Dhamma your island, your true refuge!
- Jara Sutta (SN 48.41) — Old Age. The Buddha, now a wrinkled old man — but one who has conquered aging, illness, and death — issues a powerful rebuke against old age.
- [25 May 1998] The Path to Freedom
- I've completely reorganized and expanded the hypertext tour of the Four Noble Truths, giving it a more logical structure and adding a richer set of hypertext links. It even has a new name: The Path to Freedom. I hope it's helpful.
- [23 May 1998] About the Handful of Leaves CD-ROM
- [4 May 1998] Timeless and True, by Ajaan Fuang Jotiko. Encouragement and advice for people getting started in concentration practice.
- [3 May 1998] From the Samyutta Nikaya and Sutta Nipata: