You can use these sutta checklists to keep track of the suttas that you have read. If you like to skip around, this will help to make sure that you eventually read them all. Complete Checklist These checklists are designed to be printed double sided, flipped on the short side, then folded into a booklet … Read more
Be prepared for times when reading your regular book of suttas is difficult.
There is a very simple motivational technique that has become popular on the internet called “Don’t Break the Chain,” and it is perfectly suited for a daily sutta reading practice. You take a one year calendar, either poster size or a single sheet (see below for sources) and you mark an X each day you … Read more
If you have an interest in learning what the Blessed One taught and you can devote 20–30 minutes to daily sutta reading practice, the Majjhima Nikaya will be an excellent text with which to work. It is especially suitable for people with an interest in applying the teaching to their lives, either through meditation or … Read more