Suttaplex card to MN 47
“While some spiritual teachers prefer to remain in obscurity, the Buddha not only encouraged his followers to closely investigate him, but gave the a detailed and demanding method to do so.”
I guess it should be “them”.
Suttaplex card to MN 56
“The Buddha disagrees with a Jain ascetic on the question of whether physical or metal deeds are more important. When he hears of this, the Jain disciple Upāli decides to visit the Buddha and refute him, and proceeds despite against all warnings.”
I’m not sure: Is this proper English? Or should it be either ‘despite’ or ‘against’?
Suttaplex card to MN 58
“The leader of the Jains, Nigaṇṭha Nātaputta, gives his disciples Prince Abhaya a dilemma to pose to the Buddha, supposing that this will show his weakness. Things don’t go quite as planned.”
There’s only one disciple, Prince Abhaya; so no “s”.
Suttaplex card to MN 82
“A wealthy young man, Raṭṭhapāla, has a strong aspiration to go forth, but has to prevail against the reluctance of his parents. Even after he became a monk, his parents tried to persuade him to disrobe. the discourse ends with a moving series of teachings on the fragility of the world.”
Suttaplex card to MN 83
“In Madhurā, towards the north-eastern limit of the Buddha’s reach during his life, King Avantiputta asks Venerable Mahākaccāna regharding the brahmanical claim to be the highest caste.”
Should be “regarding” (no ‘h’).
Suttaplex card to MN 105
“Not all of those who claim to be awakened are genuine. The Buddha teaches how true spiritual progress depends on a irreversible letting go of the forces that lead to suffering.”
Should it be “an”?
Suttaplex card to SN 56.11
“The famous first discourse, taught at Varanasi to the group of five ascetics. It begins by rejecting the extremes of asceticism and indulgence and recommends the middle way of the eightfold path. Then it defines the our noble truths and analyzes them in twelve aspects. It ends with Venerable Kondañña becoming the first person apart from the Buddha to realize the Dhamma.”
Of course: the four noble truths! How could this happen?
Suttaolex card to MN 149
“Explains how insight into the six senses is integrated with eightfold path and leads to liberation.”
Perhaps “integrated with the eightfold path”.
Suttaplex card to MN 150
“In discussion with a groups of householders, the Buddha helps them to distinguish those spiritual practitioners who are truly worthy of respect.”
Shpould be: a group.
Sutaplex card to MN 151
“The Buddha notices Venerable Sāriputta’s glowing complexision, which is the result of his deep meditation. He then presents a series of reflections by which a mendicant can be sure that they are worthy of their alms-food.”
Should be: complexion.