The Way Things Really Are – Book IV of the Sutta-Nipita

The Way Things Really Are is translation of Book IV of the Sutta-Nipata by Lesley Fowler Lebkowicz, Tamara Ditrich and Primoz Pecenko.The Sutta-Nipata is one of the earliest texts of the Pali canon, coming from the same period as the Dhammapada, before the monastic tradition was strong. It was created by people as they practiced and refers to “the wise one”, rather than to monks or nuns. For several centuries after the death of the Buddha the Canon was transmitted orally, probably in several dialects, throughout the Indian subcontinent. According to the traditional sources, the entire Canon was for the first time written down in the first century BCE in Sri Lanka. Some scholars believe that the Sutta-Nipita describes the oldest of all Buddhist practices. It consists mainly of verses.

The Way Things Really Are
The Sutta-Nipata is one of the earliest texts of the Pali canon, coming from the same period as the Dhammapada, The Way Things Really Are is translation of Book IV of the Sutta-Nipata
Written by: Lesley Fowler Lebkowicz, Tamara Ditrich, Primoz Pecenko
Published by: Lesley Fowler Lebkowicz, Tamara Ditrich,
Available in: Ebook

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Sutta-Nipita – The Way Things Really Are