This rich selection of the Buddha’s teaching, taken from the Pali canon, remains one of the finest of the classic Buddhist anthologies in English.
F. L. Woodward, a key translator of the first half of the 20th century was a committed Buddhist as well as a scholar, and in Some Sayings of the Buddha, he created a handbook for succeeding generations, incorporating the main elements of the Buddha’s life, views and recommendations.
For this recording - incorporating more than 200 key extracts - the translation has been revised to bring the terminology up to date for the contemporary listener.
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Should be listened to more than once. The teachings are too expansive to absorb in just a once or even twice go-around.
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