This is a collection of 112 short sutras from the Pali Canon, both in mixed prose and verse and covering a wide range of the Buddha's teachings in a form that is accessible, appealing and concise.
This application randomly generates one of the verses each time it is opened, making it a nice addition to the Startup Items folder.
Additionally, clicking on the quotation will generate a new verse. The verses can be saved as text files and printed from the "File" menu.
If you encounter any unfamiliar terms, there is a "Useful Definitions" item under the Apple Menu.
Please note that this application contains only the verses; interested parties should seek out the Itivuttaka to read the full sutras.
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