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 +====== ATI's Dhamma Transcription Project ======
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 +Title: ATI's Dhamma Transcription Project
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 +Summary: ​
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 +<div #​h_doctitle>​ATI'​s Dhamma Transcription Project</​div>​
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 +<div #​h_copyright>​[[#​f_termsofuse|{{en:​img:​d2.png?​16x18}}]][[#​f_termsofuse| 2005-2018]]</​div>​
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 +<div #​homagetext>​[[en:​homage|- ​ Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa ​ -]]</​div>​
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 +<div navigation></​div>​
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 +<div #​h_content>​
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 +<div class='​notebox'>​
 +
 +===== The Transcription Project\\is currently on hiatus. =====
 +
 +<div rightalign>&​mdash;​ jtb, 2009</​div>​
 +</​div>​
 +
 +<div chapter>
 +
 +====== Contents ======
 +<span anchor #​toc></​span>​
 +
 +<ol start="​0">​
 +<​li>​[[.:​scribe#​status|News]]</​li>​
 +<​li>​[[.:​scribe#​background|Background]]
 +
 +<ul>
 +  * [[.:​scribe#​whatis|What it is]]
 +  * [[.:​scribe#​howto|How it works]]
 +  * [[.:​scribe#​instructions|Instructions for transcribers]]
 +
 +</li>
 +<​li>​[[.:​scribe#​consider|Books under consideration]]</​li>​
 +<​li>​[[.:​scribe#​await|Permission pending]]</​li>​
 +<​li>​[[.:​scribe#​seekscribe|Books in search of a transcriber]]</​li>​
 +<​li>​[[.:​scribe#​scribing|Transcriptions in progress]]</​li>​
 +<​li>​[[.:​scribe#​formatting|Formatting in progress]]</​li>​
 +<​li>​[[.:​scribe#​released|Titles released since May 2005]]</​li>​
 +</ol>
 +</​div>​
 +
 +<div chapter>
 +
 +====== 0. News ======
 +<span anchor #​status></​span>​
 +
 +<!-- This summary data inserted automagically by dtp-progress -->
 +<​!-- ​
 +<span class="​hide">​%dtp-progress START%</​span>​
 +<table class="​shaded"​ align="​center"​ cellpadding="​5"​ style="​font-size:​small">​
 +<​tr><​td align="​center"​ colspan="​2">​**Project status\\as of _REV_DATE_START_Thursday 2007-09-20_REV_DATE_END_**</​td></​tr>​
 +<​tr><​td align="​right">​Books [[#​consider|under consideration]]:</​td><​td>​0</​td></​tr>​
 +<​tr><​td align="​right">​Books [[#​seekscribe|in need of transcribers]]:</​td><​td>​0</​td></​tr>​
 +<​tr><​td align="​right">​Books [[#​scribing|being transcribed]]:</​td><​td>​0</​td></​tr>​
 +<​tr><​td align="​right">​Books [[#​formatting|being formatted]]:</​td><​td>​0</​td></​tr>​
 +<​tr><​td align="​right">​[[#​released|Released]] since May 2005:</​td><​td>​60</​td></​tr>​
 +</​table>​
 +<span class="​hide">​%dtp-progress END%</​span>​
 + ​-->​
 +<dl>
 +
 +  ? 2007-07-16:
 +    :: Thanks to the generous efforts of about three dozen volunteers over the last 18 months, we've released onto the Internet more than [[.:​scribe#​released|50 Dhamma books]]. As you might imagine, managing a project like this takes considerable time and effort. **The time has come for me to take a breather, and I am suspending this project until further notice.** I will continue adding new Dhamma books and sutta translations to the website, but at a much more leisurely pace, and not as part of a large coordinated project.
 +
 +The //Path of Purification//,​ so ably transcribed by a group of 19 volunteers, is now in the hands of the BPS, which will assemble those transcriptions and proofread them, in preparation for the book's reprinting sometime in the next year or two.
 +
 +</dl>
 +</​div>​
 +
 +<div chapter>
 +
 +====== 1. Background ======
 +<span anchor #​background></​span>​
 +
 +<dl>
 +
 +  ? What it is &​nbsp;<​span anchor #​whatis></​span>​
 +    :: Begun in the spring of 2005, The Dhamma Transcription Project formalizes the //ad hoc// transcription procedures that I've been following over the past few years. The aims of the project are threefold:
 +
 +-- //​Accessibility://​ to transcribe into digital form high-quality free Dhamma books that have been previously published but which are out of print or otherwise hard to find, and to distribute those transcriptions freely via the Internet;
 +  -- //​Learning://​ to give volunteer transcribers the opportunity to study Dhamma by immersing themselves in good Dhamma books that they might not otherwise have the time to read;
 +  -- //​Service://​ to give volunteers the opportunity to contribute their time and energy for the benefit of other Buddhist students and practitioners around the world.
 +
 +<div class="​shaded"​ style="​margin-left:​20%;​margin-right:​20%">​
 +//Access to Insight only distributes books for which the copyright holder explicitly grants permission for free online distribution.//​
 +</​div>​
 +
 +  ? How it works &​nbsp;<​span anchor #​howto></​span>​
 +  :: <ol class="​nospace">​
 +<li>I am always on the lookout for high-quality free Dhamma books, articles, and translations &mdash; especially those that are difficult to find in print. If a book seems especially suitable for distribution on Access to Insight, I contact the copyright holder (usually the author or publisher) and request permission for the book to be transcribed and distributed online. If the copyright holder grants permission, I add the book to the [[.:​scribe#​seekscribe|list of titles awaiting transcription]].</​li>​
 +<​li>​You choose a book from [[.:​scribe#​seekscribe|the list]].</​li>​
 +<​li>​If you don't own a copy, I send you a photocopy (yours to keep).</​li>​
 +<​li>​You type or scan the book and spell-check it using your favorite word processor.</​li>​
 +<​li>​You send the file to me via e-mail.</​li>​
 +<li>I do the final proofreading and formatting of the book and eventually release it on Access to Insight.</​li>​
 +</ol>
 +
 +There are no strict deadlines. You decide how fast you want to work &mdash; take a week or take six months; it's up to you. For details on the procedures, see "​[[.:​scribe#​instructions|Instructions for transcribers]]."​
 +
 +? Instructions for transcribers &​nbsp;<​span anchor #​instructions></​span>​
 +  :: <dl>
 +
 +  ? 1. Choose a book.
 +  :: From the [[.:​scribe#​seekscribe|list below]], choose a book, and [[.:​faq#​contact|tell me]] which one you'd like to transcribe. If you do not own a copy of the book, please send me your postal mailing address, and I will send you a photocopy of the book (yours to keep). I'm happy to send it to you anywhere in the world. If you do own a copy of the book, please let me know which edition you have. If this is your first transcription for Access to Insight, please choose something relatively short so you can get the hang of it //(Bodhi Leaf// Publications are good starters).
 +
 +  ? 2. Transcribe it.
 +  :: Use your favorite word-processing program to type in the book (feel free to use a scanner, if that's helpful). Don't spend a lot of time making the layout and formatting look pretty (most of the formatting will be removed anyway); just type in the basic text, keeping just the minimum necessary formatting details (italics, footnotes, headers, etc.). If there are a lot of Pali words, please follow the [[.:​abbrev#​velthuis|Velthuis convention]] when typing them in. (Please note that the niggahiita //m// is sometimes represented in older books with a dot //over// the //m//. In these transcriptions,​ however, we'll be representing it with the dot //under// the //m//. Hence, please use //.m// for this character.) Spell-checking and proofreading is, of course, gratefully appreciated. To summarize:
 +<dl>
 +
 +  ? Please pay attention to these:
 +  :: Italicized text, bold text, footnote numbers, Velthuis spelling of Pali words, spell-checking.
 +
 +  ? Please do //not// worry about these:
 +  :: Font or font size; ornaments (drop caps, dingbats, etc.); footnote formatting; hyperlinks; page width; text flow; text justification;​ spacing between sentences, lines, or paragraphs; page numbers.
 +
 +</dl>
 +
 +Please take your time to enjoy the process and to give yourself a chance to learn a little Dhamma as you transcribe. Although there are no strict deadlines for this project, if you think you may need more than a couple of months to complete the transcription,​ or you if you run into unexpected delays along the way, please [[.:​faq#​contact|drop me a note]] to let me know. If at any point you run out of steam, or you're just not enjoying transcribing the particular book you chose, that's perfectly fine &mdash; just [[.:​faq#​contact|let me know]] and, if possible, send me whatever you have completed. Any little bit that you complete is valuable and greatly appreciated.
 +
 +? 3. Send me the file.
 +  :: [[.:​faq#​contact|Send me the file by e-mail]]. Please let me know to what extent you'd like to be credited for your work. Although I like being able to give transcribers credit (e.g., "​Transcribed from the print edition by Susan Q. Scribe"​),​ many prefer to remain anonymous ("​Transcribed from the print edition by a volunteer"​). I guarantee your privacy; I will //never// include e-mail addresses or other contact information in the credits.
 +
 +  ? 4. Be patient.
 +  :: It usually takes me a month or two to finish proofreading and formatting the book before I actually release it on Access to Insight. You can [[.:​scribe#​formatting|follow the progress of your transcription]] as it moves through the proofreading/​formatting stage.
 +
 +  ? 5. Anumodana!
 +  :: This Pali word is difficult to translate into English, but it means something along the lines of "May the fruits of your skillful action be of benefit to all beings everywhere!"​ You can think of it as a Buddhist way of saying "Thank you for the good you have done." <span small>​[For more on this, see "​[[en:​lib:​authors:​khantipalo:​wheel206|Anumodana]]"​ in //Lay Buddhist Practice// by Bhikkhu Khantipalo.]</​span>​
 +
 +</dl>
 +
 +</dl>
 +</​div>​
 +
 +<div chapter>
 +
 +====== 2. Books under consideration ======
 +<span anchor #​consider></​span>​
 +
 +<dl>
 +<​dd>&​mdash;​ none at present &mdash;
 +
 +</dl>
 +<!--
 +
 +I am currently reviewing these books to assess their suitability for ATI.
 +
 +<dl>
 +<​dd>​Ajaan Plien (various titles) <span small>​[V22]</​span>​
 +  :: U Chit Tin (assorted talks)
 +  :: //​Anuruddha:​ Master of the Divine Eye// (Hellmuth Hecker) [BPS //Wheel// No. 362]
 +  :: //Banner of the Arahants// (Khantipalo) [BPS]
 +  :: //​Brahmanism,​ Buddhism, and Hinduism// (Lal Mani Joshi) [BPS //Wheel// No. 150/151] <!~~ N.D. has offered to transcribe this ~~>
 +  :: //Buddha and His Teachings// (Narada) [Singapore Buddhist Med Centre]
 +  :: //Buddhist Stories from the Dhammapada Commentary (III)// (Burlingame) [BPS //Wheel// No. 335/336]
 +  :: //Buddhist Stories from the Dhammapada Commentary (IV)// (Burlingame) [BPS //Wheel// No. 354/356]
 +  :: //Buddhist View of Abortion, A// (Bhikkhu Nyanasobhano) [BPS //Bodhi Leaves// No. 117]
 +  :: //City of Mind// (Nyanaponika) [BPS //Wheel// No. 205]
 +  :: //Coming Buddha Ariya Metteyya, The// (Sayagyi U Chit Thin) [BPS //Wheel// No. 381/383]
 +  :: //Concept and Reality// (&​Ntilde;​anananda) [BPS]
 +  :: //Dependent Origination//​ (Piyadassi Thera) [BPS //Wheel// No. 15]
 +  :: //Dhamma Discourse III// (Webu Sayadaw) [BPS //Bodhi Leaves// No. 119]
 +  :: //Five Precepts and the Five Ennoblers, The// (Prince Vajira&​ntilde;​anavarorasa) [Mahamakut]
 +  :: //Kamma and its Fruit// (various) [BPS //Wheel// No. 221/224]
 +  :: //Magic of the Mind, The: An Exposition of the Kalakarama Sutta// (&​Ntilde;​anananda) [BPS]
 +  :: //On Pilgrimage//​ (Susan Elbaum Jootla) [BPS //Bodhi Leaves// No. 118]
 +  :: //Path of Freedom, The: (Vimuttimagga)//​ (N.R.M. Ehara) [BPS 1978]
 +  :: //Short Analysis of Kamma, The: A Discourse by the Buddha// (Ven. Mahathera Nauyane Ariyadhamma) [BPS //Bodhi Leaves// No. 128]
 +  :: //Splendor of Enlightenment//​ (Khantipalo) [Mahamakut]
 +  :: //​Therigatha,​ The: A Revaluation//​ (Vijitha Rajapakse) [BPS //Wheel// No. 436/437]
 +  :: //​Transmitting the Dhamma: The Role of the Teacher in Buddhism// (Susan Elbaum Jootla) [BPS //Bodhi Leaves// No. 145]
 +  :: //Treasury of the Buddha'​s Words, A// (Khantipalo) [Mahamakut]
 +  :: //Ups and Downs of Rebirth, The// (Ven. Mahasi Sayadaw) [BPS //Bodhi Leaves// No. 106]
 +  :: //Walking Dhutanga in Britain: Bowing to Conventions//​ (Bhikkhu Sucitto) [BPS //Bodhi Leaves// No. 104]
 +  :: //Walking Meditation, The: A Story// (Suvimalee Karunaratna) [BPS //Bodhi Leaves// No. 113]
 +
 +</dl>
 + ​-->​
 +</​div>​
 +
 +<div chapter>
 +
 +====== 3. Permission pending ======
 +<span anchor #​await></​span>​
 +
 +<!--
 +
 +I have contacted the publishers and/or authors of these books for permission to transcribe and distribute them on ATI. I await their reply.
 +
 +-->
 +<dl>
 +<​dd>&​mdash;​ none at present &mdash;
 +
 +</dl>
 +</​div>​
 +
 +<div chapter>
 +
 +====== 4. Books in search of a transcriber ======
 +<span anchor #​seekscribe></​span>​
 +
 +<dl>
 +<​dd>&​mdash;​ none at present &mdash;
 +
 +</dl>
 +<!--
 +
 +The books listed below are ready to be transcribed. If you'd like to transcribe one, please read "​[[#​howto|Instructions for transcribers]],"​ above.
 +
 +Please note that although I've indicated the relative difficulty you may expect in transcribing these books, even the "​easy"​ ones pose challenges. For one thing, these books were typeset by hand and printed in Asia very inexpensively,​ with the result that the print fades in and out and they can sometimes be a little hard to read. Transcribing one of these books is not simply a matter of zipping it through a scanner and then doing a light touch-up with Microsoft Word. This is especially true for books containing Pali text &mdash; the Pali diacritics will bring even the cleverest OCR software to its knees. Depending on its length, you can expect to spend many hours on a given book.
 +
 +-->
 +
 +<​!-- ​
 +<​dd>//​Three Basic Facts of Existence II: Suffering// (Nyanaponika,​ ed.) [BPS //Wheel// No. 191] <span small>​[V12 &​bull;​061007]</​span>​ <​dd>​**Summary:​** Eight introductory essays on the notion of suffering //​(dukkha).//​ 100 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (footnotes, extensive Pali text)</​dd></​dd>​
 + ​-->​
 +</​div>​
 +
 +<div chapter>
 +
 +====== 5. Transcriptions in Progress ======
 +<span anchor #​scribing></​span>​
 +
 +<!--
 +
 +These books are currently being transcribed by volunteers.
 +
 +-->
 +<dl>
 +<​dd>&​mdash;​ none at present &mdash;
 +
 +</dl>
 +</​div>​
 +
 +<div chapter>
 +
 +====== 6. Formatting in progress ======
 +<span anchor #​formatting></​span>​
 +
 +<dl>
 +<​dd>&​mdash;​ none at present &mdash;
 +
 +</dl>
 +</​div>​
 +
 +<div chapter>
 +
 +====== 7. Titles released (since May 2005) ======
 +<span anchor #​released></​span>​
 +
 +<dl class="​released-list">​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2007.07.16</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​walshe:​wheel318|Samyutta Anthology III]]// (Walshe, ed.) [BPS //Wheel// No. 318] <span small>​[V04;​ 070517 Word]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** An anthology of sutta translations. 139 pages. <​br>​**//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (extensive footnotes and some Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2007.04.26</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​nyanaponika:​wheel238|Anguttara Nikaya: An Anthology (III)]]// (Nyanaponika) [BPS //Wheel// No. 238/240] <span small>​[V15;​ 070412 RTF]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** An anthology of sutta translations from the Books of the Eights, Nines, Tens, and Elevens. 86 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (extensive footnotes, some Pali text, and a detailed index)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2007.04.12</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​desilva-p:​wheel237|Psychology of Emotions in Buddhist Perspective]]//​ (Padmasiri deSilva) [BPS //Wheel// No. 237] <span small>​[V25;​ Word; being proofread by V29]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​**\\ **//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (footnotes, Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2007.04.05</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​hecker:​wheel312|Angulimala:​ A Murderer'​s Road to Sainthood]]//​ (Hellmuth Hecker) [BPS //Wheel// No. 312] <span small>​[V05;​ 070309 Word]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** Another volume in the "Lives of the Disciples"​ series. In this brief biographical sketch, the author paints a portrait of the life of Angulimala, a notorious bandit who was transformed by the Dhamma and eventually became and arahant. 23 pages.<​br>​ **//​Difficulty:​ medium//** (footnotes and some Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2007.03.27</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​perera:​wheel100|Buddhism in Sri Lanka]]// (H.R. Perera) [BPS //Wheel// No. 100] <span small>​[V17 070322; +BPS/RTF edition]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** An excellent introduction to the history of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, where Theravada Buddhism has flourished for over two millennia. 91 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ medium//** (some Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2007.03.08</​span>​ [[./​lib/​authors/​mendis/​wheel268.html|//​No-self Characteristic,​ On the//]] (Dr. KNG Mendis) [BPS //Wheel// No. 268] <span small>​[V01 2005.11.29: Word; proofed by V28 & V29]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** A translation of the Buddha'​s second discourse //​(Anatta-lakkhana Sutta),// along with a helpful Introduction. 19 pages.<​br>​ **//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (extensive Pali passages)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2007.03.07</​span>​ //Be an Island unto Yourself// (Khema) <span small>​[V01 2005.07.19; Word; proofed by V29; //copyright resolved//] jtb 070308: although this transcription is quite accurate and true to the ms, the ms itself requires extensive editing. Wisdom Publications has done a fine job with their 1999 edition of //Be An Island,// which was edited by long-time AK student Sandy Boucher; readers should regard that book as the definitive edition. I see no reason to publish a somewhat deficient edition on ATI at this time.</​span></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2007.02.18</​span>​ [[./​lib/​authors/​nanananda/​wheel183.html|//​Samyutta Anthology II//]] (&​Ntilde;​anananda) [BPS //Wheel// No. 183] <span small>​[V18:​ Word]</​span><​!-- --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.12.03</​span>​ [[./​lib/​authors/​various/​wheel202.html|//​Three Basic Facts of Existence III: Egolessness//​]] (Nyanaponika,​ ed.) [BPS //Wheel// No. 202] <span small>​[V20 2005.10.31: WPD]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** Twelve introductory essays on not-self //​(anatta).//​ 102 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (footnotes, extensive Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.11.01</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​nyanaponika:​wheel076|Threefold Refuge, The]]// (Nyanaponika) [BPS //Wheel// No. 76] <span small>​[V26]</​span></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.10.22</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​mendis:​wheel322|Abhidhamma in Practice, The]]// [BPS //Wheel// No. 322] <span small>​[V02 2005.11.29: Word]</​span><​!-- **Summary:​** This small book provides an excellent introduction to Abhidhamma philosophy. The author introduces all the major concepts of Abhidhamma (the cittas and cetasikas, rupa, the 24 modes of conditionality,​ etc.), interspersing the abstract technical details with enough clarifying discussions and sutta excerpts to keep the presentation firmly grounded on a practical level. --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.10.09</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​bodhi:​wheel433|Buddha and his Dhamma, The]]// (Bhikkhu Bodhi) [BPS //Wheel// No. 433/434] <span small>​[V26 2005.10.31: Word; +BPS/​Word]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** insert summary here. </dd> --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.10.06</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​various:​wheel186|Three Basic Facts of Existence I: Impermanence]]//​ (Nyanaponika,​ ed.) [BPS //Wheel// No. 186] <span small>​[V20 2005.09.03: WP]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** Five introductory essays on the notion of impermanence //​(anicca),//​ ranging in style from scholarly ("​Aniccam:​ The Buddhist Theory of Impermanence"​ by &​Ntilde;​anajivako) to experiential ("A Walk in the Woods" by Khantipalo). 73 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (footnotes, extensive Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.09.28</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​khantipalo:​wheel130|Buddhist Monk's Discipline, The]]// (Khantipalo) [BPS //Wheel// No. 130] <span small>​[V24 2005.09.19: Word]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** An introduction for laypeople to the Vinaya, the Buddhist monks' code of discipline. This is a useful guide for laypeople who are uncertain how to be supportive of monks and how to conduct themselves in their presence. 52 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ medium//** (some footnotes, some Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.09.21</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​soni:​wheel254|Life'​s Highest Blessings]]//​ (Dr. R.L. Soni) [BPS //Wheel// No. 254] <span small>​[V01 2006.05.20: Word]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** A translation of the Maha-mangala Sutta, the Buddha'​s discourse on the causes of true happiness, along with extensive commentary. Also includes the Pali text and a word-by-word translation for Pali students. 93 pages.<​br>​ **//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (extensive Pali text, footnotes)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.09.12</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​burlingame:​wheel324|Buddhist Stories from the Dhammapada Commentary (II)]]// (Burlingame/​Khantipalo) [BPS //Wheel// No. 324/5] <span small>​[V14 2005.09.19: Word; +BPS/​RTF]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** Associated with the verses of the Dhammapada is an extensive body of classical Pali commentary that gives the context behind each of the verses. These background stories are often very colorful and rich with Dhamma teachings in their own right. This is a continuation of the two-part anthology. 170 pages. <​br>​**//​Difficulty:​ medium//** (some footnotes)</​dd>​ --></​dd><​dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.08.09</​span>​ [[./​lib/​authors/​nyanaponika/​wheel105.html|//​Four Nutriments of Life, The: An Anthology of Buddhist Texts//]] (Nyanaponika) [BPS //Wheel// No. 105] <span small>​[V27 2006.05.07: Word]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.07.13</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​various:​wheel294|Buddhist Layman, The]]// (various authors) [BPS //Wheel// No. 294] <span small>​[V21 2005.10.31: HTML]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** Four essays by contemporary Buddhist scholars and writers on the challenges of life as a Buddhist layperson. Essays included are: "​Principles of Lay Buddhism"​ (by R. Bogoda); "Right Livelihood: the Noble Eightfold Path in the Working Life" (Susan Elbaum Jootla); "​Having Taken the First Steps" and "​Detachment"​ (M. O'C. Walshe). 75 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ medium//** (some footnotes, some Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.07.06</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​various:​bl014|Pride and Conceit]]// (Ashby & Fawcett) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 014] <span small>​[DNET]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.07.06</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​siriwardhana:​bl093|Heart Awakened, The]]// (Siriwardhana) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 093] <span small>​[DNET]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.06.02</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​piyadassi:​wheel001|Seven Factors of Enlightenment,​ The]]// (Piyadassi) [BPS //Wheel// No. 001] <span small>​[V15 2005.09.19: Word]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** An introduction to the seven factors of enlightenment (mindfulness,​ investigation,​ energy, rapture, calm, concentration,​ and equanimity) based on the suttas and their commentaries.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (footnotes, Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.05.21</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​ireland:​wheel107|Samyutta Nikaya: An Anthology (Part I)]]// (Ireland) [BPS //Wheel// No. 107] <span small>​[V01 2006.03.14: Word]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** An anthology of sutta translations. 94 pages. <​br>​**//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (extensive footnotes and some Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.04.22</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​walshe:​wheel225|Buddhism and Sex]]// (Walshe) [BPS //Wheel// No. 225] <span small>​[V10 2005.09.20: Word]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** This short essay explores the significance and meaning of sex from the Theravada Buddhist perspective. 26 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ easy-medium//​** (occasional Pali text)</​dd>​ -->
 +  :: {<span small>​2006.04.22</​span>​ //Karma and Rebirth// (Nyanatiloka Mahathera) [BPS //Wheel// No. 9] <span small>​[V19 2005.09.21: Word]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** A scholarly introduction to the related concepts of karma and rebirth. 23 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ medium-hard//​** (some Pali text)</​dd>​ --> <span small>​The text of this book appears in its entirety in [[en:​lib:​authors:​nyanatiloka:​wheel394|Wheel 394]].</​span>​}</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.04.15</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​hecker:​wheel273|Ananda:​ The Guardian of the Dhamma]]// (Hellmuth Hecker) [BPS //Wheel// No. 273/274] <span small>​[V06 2005.09.06: Word; BPS]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** Another volume in the "Lives of the Disciples"​ series. A biographical sketch of the life of Ven. Ananda, the Buddha'​s long-time and closest personal attendant. 75 pages.<​br>​ **//​Difficulty:​ medium//** (footnotes and some Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.04.12</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​kusalasaya:​wheel085|Buddhism in Thailand]]//​ (Kusalasaya) [BPS //Wheel// No. 085] <span small>​[V12 2005.08.30: Word; +BPS/​RTF]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** An overview of the history of Buddhism in Thailand. 30 pages.<​br>​ **//​Difficulty:​ easy-medium//​** (some Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.03.31</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​horner:​bl130|Blessed One's City of Dhamma, The]]// [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 130] <span small>​[V18 2005.09.05: Word]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** Chapter 5 from //The Questions of King Milinda: An Abridgement of the Milindapa&​ntilde;​ha,//​ edited by N.K.G. Mendis. In this passage Ven. Nagasena develops a magnificent series of similes to convince Milinda that, even though the Buddha died long ago, his legacy lives on, unwavering. 27 small pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ medium//** (some footnotes)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.03.09</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​horner:​wheel030|Women in Early Buddhist Literature]]//​ (Horner) [BPS //Wheel// No. 030] <span small>​[V16 2005.09.19: RTF]</​span>​ <!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** In this lecture delivered to a Sri Lankan women'​s group, Horner explores the social and spiritual lives of women in India during the time of the Buddha. Citing numerous examples from the Pali canon, she demonstrates that, despite their traditional domestic roles, women enjoyed considerable freedom, respect, and honor. 22 pages.\\ **//​Difficulty:​ easy-medium//​** (occasional Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.03.03</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​khantipalo:​wheel073|Blessings of Pindapata, The]]// (Khantipalo) [BPS //Wheel// No. 73] <span small>​[V06 2005.08.16: Word]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** Pindapata is the daily alms-round by which ascetic Theravadan monks and nuns wander from house to house, accepting whatever offerings of food are placed in their bowls by laypeople. This short book explores the significance of the alms-round as one of the key activities that defines the life of the Buddhist monastic and his or her relationship to the lay community. 26 pages.<​br>​ **//​Difficulty:​ easy-medium//​** (occasional Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.02.24</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​nyanaponika:​wheel048|Discourse on the Snake Simile, The]]// (Nyanaponika) [BPS //Wheel// No. 048] <span small>​[V02 2005.08.14: Word]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.02.09</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​buddharakkhita:​bl109|Positive Response: How to Meet Evil with Good]]// (Acharya Buddharakkhita) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 109] <span small>​[V11 2005.08.29: Word]</​span><​!-- <​dd>​**Summary:​** Included among the Buddha'​s many teachings are instructions on how to respond skillfully to provocative people and situations. This short sampler of suttas (plus a passage from the Visuddhimagga) offers practical techniques for overcoming resentment and the impulse to blind reactivity. 35 small pages.<​br>​ **//​Difficulty:​ easy//​**</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2006.01.18</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​khantipalo:​wheel271|Bag of Bones: A Miscellany on the Body]]// (Bhikkhu Khantipalo) [BPS //Wheel// No. 271] <span small>​[V01 2005.08.06: Word]</​span>​
 +  :: &​nbsp;</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.12.07</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​price:​bl124|Nothing Higher to Live For]]// (Bhikkhu Nyanasobhano) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 124] <span small>​[V09 2005.08.01; HTML]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.12.07</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​walshe:​wheel261|Buddhism and Death]]// (Walshe) [BPS //Wheel// No. 261] <span small>​[V04 2005.07.19; Word]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.11.18</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​ireland:​wheel417|Vangisa:​ An Early Buddhist Poet]]// (Ireland) [BPS //Wheel// No. 417] <span small>​[BPS 2005.07.16: Word]</​span><​!-- 050714: I found this in an old BPS Word file.<​dd>​**Summary:​** Of the Buddha'​s many gifted disciples, Vangisa was the one designated by the Buddha as foremost in the composition of spontaneous verse. This book presents a translation of his poems, which appear at several places in the Tipitaka. 43 pages.<​br>​**//​Difficulty:​ hard//** (extensive Pali text and footnotes)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.11.04</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​guruge:​wheel419|Buddha'​s Encounters with Mara, The]]// (Guruge) [BPS //Wheel// No. 419] <span small>​[BPS 2005.07.16: Word]</​span><​!-- 050714: I found this in an old BPS Word file.<​dd>​**Summary:​** An exploration of various accounts, from both the Tipitaka and Sanskrit literature, of the Buddha'​s encounters with Mara, the embodiment of temptation and evil. 34 pages.<​br>​**//​Difficulty:​ medium//** (extensive footnotes, some Pali text)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.10.18</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​harris:​bl141|Detachment & Compassion in Early Buddhism]]//​ (Harris) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 141] <span small>​[BPS 2005.07.16; Word]</​span><​!-- 050714: I found this in an old BPS Word file. <​dd>​**Summary:​** The Buddha strongly recommended the cultivation of these two emotions. But are they truly compatible? How can one feel genuine compassion toward others while simultaneously remaining detached and "​aloof"​ from the world? Citing examples from the Canon and the Commentaries,​ the author shows that the two are, in fact, mutually supportive. 29 pages.<​br>​**//​Difficulty:​ medium//** (Pali text, footnotes)</​dd>​ --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.10.17</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​price:​wheel363|Two Dialogues on Dhamma]]// (Bhikkhu Nyanasobhano) [BPS //Wheel// No. 363] <span small>​[V05 2005.07.14; Word]</​span><​!-- **Summary:​** Two more enjoyable dialogues between the monk Tissa and newcomers to Buddhism. In the first story, Tissa helps a well-to-do carefree young man discover that there is, in fact, much more to life than chasing after superificial pleasures. In the second, Tissa helps a couple sort out a thorny ethical dilemma concerning their livelihood. (64 pp.) --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.10.10</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​silacara:​youngpeoples|Young People'​s Life of the Buddha]]// (Silacara) [Singapore Buddhist Med Centre] <span small>​[DNET:​ TXT]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.09.30</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​desilva:​bl123|Radical Therapy: Buddhist Precepts in the Modern World]]// (Lily deSilva) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 123] <span small>​[V03 2005.07.13; Word]</​span><​!-- **Summary:​** A discussion of the fundamental value of the five precepts in today'​s complex world. (20 small pages.) --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.09.25</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​bodhi:​wheel409|Treatise on the Paramis]]// (Dhammapala) [BPS //Wheel// No. 409] <span small>​[BPS:​ Word]</​span><​!-- The paramis are a traditional set of ten skillful qualities that a bodhisatta &mdash; aspiring Buddha &mdash; must bring to perfection over the course of many lifetimes before he can attain Buddhahood. Although we ourselves may not aspire to that goal, Awakening still calls for us to develop these skillful qualities to a high degree. This book, written by the sixth century commentator Acariya Dhammapala, lays out in detail the meaning, purpose, and the practice of the ten paramis. --></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.09.03</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​desilva:​bl120|Self-made Private Prison]]// (Lily deSilva) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 120] <span small>​[V07 2007.07.07; Word]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.08.26:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​karunaratna:​bl125|Prisoners of Karma]]// (Karunaratna) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 125] <span small>​[DNET:​ TXT]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.08.26:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​karunaratna:​bl140|Healing of the Bull]]// (Karunaratna) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 140] <span small>​[Old ATI HTML]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.08.13:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​bodhi:​index#​bps-essay_39|BPS Newsletter Cover Essays, Nos. 39-47]]// (Bhikkhu Bodhi) <span small>​[V06:​ Word]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.08.04:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​ontl:​bl131|Of Mindsets and Monkeypots]]//​ (Ontl) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 131] <span small>​[DNET:​ TXT]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.31:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​kawasaki:​bl144|Jataka Tales of the Buddha IV]]// (Kawasaki) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 144] <span small>​[BPS:​ PDF]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.31:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​kawasaki:​bl158|Jataka Tales of the Buddha V]]// (Kawasaki) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 158] <span small>​[KVK 2005.07.14; Word]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.22:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​nanananda:​wheel188|Ideal Solitude: An Exposition of the Bhaddekaratta Sutta]]// (Bhikkhu &​Ntilde;​anananda) [BPS //Wheel// No. 188] <span small>​[V02]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.16:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​dhammananda:​marriage|Happy Married Life, A]]// (Dhammananda) [Buddhist Missionary Society] <span small>​[DNET:​ TXT]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.16:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​nyanasamvara:​index#​gawarens|Guide to Awareness, A]]// (Somdet Phra &​Ntilde;​anasamvara) [Mahamakut] <span small>​[PDF;​ originally on ATI in 1997; withdrawn 1999; reinstated 2005]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.14:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​nyanatiloka:​wheel394|Fundamentals of Buddhism: Four Lectures]]//​ (Nyanatiloka) [BPS //Wheel// No. 394]</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.13:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​desilva:​attitude|Buddhist Attitude Towards Nature, The]]// (de Silva) [excerpt from //Buddhism and the Ecocrisis// (Sandell, ed.); BPS //Wheel// No. 346]</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.10:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​ashby:​bl026|Our Reactions to Dukkha]]// (Ashby) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 026]</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.08:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​bogoda:​bl139|Buddhist Culture, The Cultured Buddhist]]//​ (Bogoda) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 139]</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.06:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​price:​bl102|Bhikkhu Tissa Dispels Some Doubts]]// (Leonard Price) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 102] <span small>​[V04]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.07.01:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​mahasi:​wheel298|Thoughts on the Dhamma]]// (Mahasi) [BPS //Wheel// No. 298] <span small>​[V01]</​span></​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.06.??:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​harris:​bl134|Journey into Buddhism]]//​ (Harris) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 134]</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.06.??:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​desilva:​wheel407|Nibbana as Living Experience]]//​ (de Silva) [BPS //Wheel// No. 407]</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.06.??:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​jootla:​bl133|Taste of the Holy Life]]// (Jootla) [BPS //Bodhi Leaf// No. 133]</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.05.30:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​thai:​dune:​giftsheleft|Gifts He Left Behind]]// (Ajaan Dune; Thanissaro, trans.)</​dd>​
 +<dd class="​_DTP_PROGRESS_TAG_"><​span small>​2005.05.30:</​span>​ //​[[en:​lib:​authors:​various:​wheel170|Mudita:​ The Buddha'​s Teaching on Unselfish Joy]]// (various) [BPS //Wheel// No. 170] <span small>​[V01]</​span>​
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