Here, I’m reading a early Buddhist Sutra for you. We find this in a book called: ‘A Meditator’s Tools’. I found this book at a Thai Buddhist Temple in Lacey, Washington. It is full of great stuff.

This is found at the Thai Buddhist temple where I found ‘A Meditator’s Tools’. I really appreciate their approach to the Buddha’s teaching. I am reminded of Thich Nhat Hanh’s flavor of Zen. He has obviously spent a lot of time with these earliest Buddhist Sutras, but he also combined them together with the later wisdom of the Mahayana Masters. Beautiful! Perfect!

Read SN 35:206 here.

Also, I read it for you.

Listen here:

Blessings and love!

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