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"master list" of dhamma talks

Post by Idappaccayata » Tue Jul 23, 2019 1:33 am

A couple years ago, before they redesigned their site, birken had "master list" of dhamma talks. It at thousands of talks from tons of monks.

However, since the redesign, it isn't on there. Does anyone know if it's possible to find this list anywhere or happen to save it?

I email them about it a while ago, and they basically just said it isn't available anymore.
A dying man can only rely upon his wisdom, if he developed it. Wisdom is not dependent upon any phenomenon originated upon six senses. It is developed on the basis of the discernment of the same. That’s why when one’s senses start to wither and die, the knowledge of their nature remains unaffected. When there is no wisdom, there will be despair, in the face of death.

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Re: "master list" of dhamma talks

Post by DNS » Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:27 am

What was the exact name of the website?

You could use the wayback machine to get a snapshot of what a site used to look like:
https://archive.org/web/

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Re: "master list" of dhamma talks

Post by Idappaccayata » Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:37 am

DNS wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:27 am
What was the exact name of the website?

You could use the wayback machine to get a snapshot of what a site used to look like:
https://archive.org/web/
Hmm that's a good idea. I'm not sure what it used to be though. Maybe they kept the same domain and redirected. I'll try that.
A dying man can only rely upon his wisdom, if he developed it. Wisdom is not dependent upon any phenomenon originated upon six senses. It is developed on the basis of the discernment of the same. That’s why when one’s senses start to wither and die, the knowledge of their nature remains unaffected. When there is no wisdom, there will be despair, in the face of death.

- Ajahn Nyanamoli Thero

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Re: "master list" of dhamma talks

Post by Nicolas » Tue Jul 23, 2019 11:30 am

Here's the link to the old Dhamma Talks page (using the Wayback Machine from the Internet Archive).
And sublinks:
By monastic's name and face.
By "collection."
From a huge, "flat" list. (long loading time)

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Re: "master list" of dhamma talks

Post by Idappaccayata » Tue Jul 23, 2019 11:35 am

Nicolas wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 11:30 am
Here's the link to the old Dhamma Talks page (using the Wayback Machine from the Internet Archive).
And sublinks:
By monastic's name and face.
By "collection."
From a huge, "flat" list. (long loading time)
Thanks Nicolas!
A dying man can only rely upon his wisdom, if he developed it. Wisdom is not dependent upon any phenomenon originated upon six senses. It is developed on the basis of the discernment of the same. That’s why when one’s senses start to wither and die, the knowledge of their nature remains unaffected. When there is no wisdom, there will be despair, in the face of death.

- Ajahn Nyanamoli Thero

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