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#1 2008-08-22 11:52:17

lowonthetotem
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Source Material

Considering the recent "stupid" thread that got chopped, I thought I'd post a link to some sources for research on Buddhism.  As I mentioned, these sources are all free for download.  I'd invite anyone that had other interesting online and accessible sources to post them as well.  Some of these are what I would call "Original" sources and some are commentary.

http://www.buddhanet.net/ebooks.htm

Please note that there is another free link in the "Fuke Stories" thread leading to the Linji Lu.

Here are some more translations of Sutras (Mahayana)

http://www4.bayarea.net/~mtlee/

Here is a link to Dharma Drum Mountain's site with some teachings from Venerable Master Sheng Yen (Chinese Chan, I believe in the Caodong tradition, similar to Soto).  He is a modern master who is NOT an ex-hippie.

http://www.dharmadrum.org/

Many other sources are out there on the web.  Instead of arguing over which are good and bad, why not post what you find and let those that take the time to read them be the judge FOR THEMSELVES.


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#2 2008-08-22 11:54:18

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Re: Source Material

This thread has nothing to do with shakuhachi so I'm moving it to the "Random Zen" section.


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#3 2008-08-22 11:55:01

lowonthetotem
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Re: Source Material

Good enough


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