Reader Testimonials For The Diamond Sutra

top_logo1 I often get kind and encouraging words sent to me by the readers of this new translation of the Diamond Sutra, available online for all to read.

On occasion I will contact the person back and ask if I can use their words to put on my testimonials page.

If you decide to send in your own comments, let me know if you would like them to be included in my testimonials page for permanent archives there. I will not include any personal information about you.

From time to time I will add in some more testimonials.

Thanks again for your support of this website and your interest in the Diamond Sutra.

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Namaste,
Alex

3 thoughts on “Reader Testimonials For The Diamond Sutra”

  1. Thank you for your translation. I have a hard understand the Chinese version with its archaic Chinese characters. You deserve all the merits, because your new translation is easy to grasp the depth of dharma. Thank you a million

  2. Hi, I am a part time thinker, i think, šŸ™‚ ancient texts are a good scource for some thinking or insights or enlightenment, whatever that is. You did a good job of reading all sorts of versions available and come up with the best version for anyone who are too busy to read all those versions.

    Thank you, VERY MUCH.

    My tiny question is, i came to your site around 2011, the text of the sutra was different from the current text on the site? is there a page about the updating information?

    Thank you again!

  3. I am not Buddhist; I am Roman Catholic. I don’t know any Chinese Japanese Sanskrit nor Pali. But I appreciate the clarity of this English. I don’t usually have enough stillness to read something like this at one sitting. The deep simplicity and clarity helped me be still. How beautiful! The name of Jesus and the name of Gautama are kind of figures of speech aren’t they? There’s an in-commonness I sense here. Makes me want to re-read and re-receive some parts of the Gospels I have resisted or just not gotten!

    And makes me want to read and meditate on some more sutras. Even though this is a hard sharp thing
    that may take a long time to accept you make it understandable.

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