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Ajahn Brahmali discusses the 61st sutta of the Anguttara Nikaya 10s: Avijja Sutta, "Ignorance". This is part 2 of 2. Part 1 can be found here

Read AN10.61 here on Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Brahmali discusses the 61st sutta of the Anguttara Nikaya 10s: Avijja Sutta, "Ignorance". This is part 1 of 2. 

Read AN10.61 here on Sutta Central.

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses sutta 35.241 from the Samyutta Nikaya: Pathamadarukkhandhopama Sutta -The Simile of the Great Log.

Click here to read SN35.241 on Sutta Central.

"The Buddha gives a parable of a large log floating downstream, which, if it steers clear of the many obstacles, will eventually reach the ocean. A mendicant asks for an explanation, and the Buddha clarifies each item. A cowherd named Nanda was listening, and determined to go forth", Sutta Central. 

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Ajahn Brahm discusses sutta 15 of the Digha Nikaya the Mahanidana Sutta, the Great Discourse on Causation. This sutta study class is delivered in two parts due to the length of the sutta. The first part (part 1 of 2) can be found here

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Ajahn Brahm discusses sutta 15 of the Digha Nikaya the Mahanidana Sutta, the Great Discourse on Causation. This sutta study class is delivered in two parts due to the length of the sutta.

Read DN15 here on Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Nissarano discusses sutta 5.57 from the Anguttara Nikaya, Abhiṇhapaccavekkhitabbaṭhāna Sutta, "the Five Daily Recollections" or "Subjects for Regular Reviewing":

I am subject to old age.
I am subject to illness.
I am subject to death.
I must be parted and separated from everyone and everything dear and agreeable to me.
I am the owner of my karma.

Read AN5.57 here on Sutta Central.

"Topics that are worthy regularly reflecting on, whether as a lay person or renunciant", Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Brahm discusses two suttas from the Anguttara Nikaya - AN5.179 "The Householder or The Layman" and AN8.25 "Mahanama".

Read on Sutta Central here: AN5.179 "The Householder" and AN8.25 "Mahanama".

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Ajahn Brahm discusses the 89th sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya - the Dhammacetiya Sutta, on Monuments to the Dhamma.

Read MN89 here on Sutta Central.

"King Pasenadi, near the end of his life, visits the Buddha, and shows moving devotion and love for his teacher," Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Dhammasiha discusses the 54th sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya – Potaliya Sutta, "With Potaliya The Wanderer."

Read MN54 here on Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Brahm discusses sutta 139 of the Majjhima Nikaya - Aranavibhanga Sutta: The Analysis of Non-Conflict. Ajahn Brahm begins with an introductory talk about suttas.

Read MN139 here on Sutta Central.

"Achieving peace is no simple matter. The Buddha explains how to avoid conflict through contentment, right speech, understanding pleasure, and not insisting on local conventions," Sutta Central. 

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Ajahn Brahm discusses sutta 66 of the Majjhima Nikaya: Latukikopama Sutta - The Simile of the Quail.

"Again raising the rule regarding eating, but this time as a reflection of gratitude for the Buddha in eliminating things that cause complexity and stress. The Buddha emphasizes how attachment even to little things can be dangerous," Sutta Central. 

Read MN66 here on Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Brahm discusses sutta 118 of the Majjhima Nikaya – Anapanasati Sutta: Mindfulness of Breathing.

Read MN118 on Sutta Central here.

"Surrounded by many well-practiced mendicants, the Buddha teaches mindfulness of breathing in detail, showing how they relate to the four kinds of mindfulness meditation," Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Brahmali discusses sutta 61 from Majjhima Nikaya: Ambalatthikarahulovada Sutta, "Advice to Rahula at Ambalatthika". 

"Using the “object lesson” of a cup of water, the Buddha explains to his son, Rāhula, the importance of telling the truth and reflecting on one’s motives," Sutta Central. 

Read MN61 on Sutta Central here.

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses sutta 19 from the Majjhima Nikaya; Dvedhāvitakka Sutta, "Two Kinds of Thought".

Read MN19 on Sutta Central here

"Recounting his own experiences in developing meditation, the Buddha explains how to understand harmful and harmless thoughts, and how to go beyond thought altogether" Sutta Central. 

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Ajahn Brahm discusses sutta 76 from Majjhima Nikaya: The Sandaka Sutta, "With Sandaka". 

"Venerable Ānanda teaches a group of wanderers how there are many different approaches to the spiritual life, many of which lead nowhere," Sutta Central.

Read MN76 on Sutta Central here. You can read suttas online at SuttaCentral or Access to Insight
 

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Ajahn Appicchato discusses sutta 3.1 from the Anguttara Nikaya - Bhaya Sutta, "Perils".  

Click here to read AN3.1 on Sutta Central.

"Fools are dangerous, but the wise are safe," Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Brahm discusses the 113th sutta of Majjhima Nikaya: the Sappurisa Sutta, "The Skilful Person". Click here to read MN113 on Sutta Central.

"The Buddha explains that a truly good person does not disparage others or feel superior because of their attainment," Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Nissarano discusses the 146th sutta from the Majjhima Nikaya: Nandakovāda Sutta, “Advice from Nandaka.” 

Click here to read MN146 on Sutta Central. 

“When asked to teach the nuns, Venerable Nandaka proceeds by inviting them to engage with his discourse and ask if there is anything that needs further explanation,” Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Brahm discusses the very entertaining 49th sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya - the Brahmanimntinika Sutta, "On the Invitation of Brahma".

Click here to read MN49 on Sutta Central.

"The Buddha ascends to a high heavenly realm where he engages in a cosmic contest with a powerful divinity, who had fallen into the delusion that he was eternal and all-powerful," Sutta Central.

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Ajahn Nissarano discusses the 142nd sutta of the Majjhima Nikaya: Dakkinavibhanga Sutta - "Exposition on Offerings" or "The Analysis of Offerings to the Teacher". 

"When his step-mother Mahāpajāpatī wishes to offer him a robe for his personal use, the Buddha encourages her to offer it to the entire Saṅgha instead. He goes on to explain that the best kind of offering to the Saṅgha is one given to the dual community of monks and nuns, headed by the Buddha," Sutta Central. 

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