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SN 46:14 Maha Kassapatthera Bojjhanga Sutta, Discourse on Enlightenment Factors Preached to Arahant Kassapa The Supreme Buddha recites the Enlightenment Factors to Arahant Mahā Kassapa to help him overcome illness. read
Snp 1.8 Karaniyametta Sutta The Supreme Buddha teaches how to practice loving-kindness meditation. read
Angulimala Paritta This powerful Declaration of Truth was taught by our Supreme Buddha to Arahant Aṅgulimāla to bless a pregnant mother who was in extreme pain, unable to deliver her baby. read
Dhammapada: Santati the King’s Minister Dear Dhamma friends and children, We can not predict how we could fully realize the Buddha’s teachings. This can only be known by a Buddha. The Buddha’s eye is endowed… read
SN 3.1 Dahara Sutta: Young The Buddha explains the importance of not belittling things due to their age. read
MN 148 Chachakka Sutta: Six Sets of Six In this sutta, the supreme Buddha explains the detailed analysis of our experiences through the six sense bases. So I have heard. At one time the Buddha was staying near… read
MN 12 The Similes of the Five Destinations and Nibbana The following similes that explain the Supreme Buddha's lokavidū quality are found in the Maha Siha Nada sutta. You can read the whole sutta here. There are these five destinations.… read
Pv 1.12 The Snake: Uragapetavatthu A beloved son of a family died but none of the family members cried at his death. The son, reborn as the god Sakka, came to the family disguised as… read
Paticca Samuppada Samudayo and Nirodho, Arising and Cessation of Causality The Supreme Buddha teaches about the arising and cessation of this whole mass of suffering. read


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