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- dukkha (pāli ; sanskrit : duḥkha; tibetan sdug bsngal) is a buddhist term commonly translated as 'suffering ', 'anxiety', 'stress', or '
- these four truths explain the nature of dukkha (pali; commonly translated as 'suffering ', 'anxiety', 'unsatisfactoriness. see dukkha#
- trilak ṣ a ṇ a) shared by all sentient beings, namely: impermanence (anicca); suffering or unsatisfactoriness (dukkha ); non-self (anatta ).
- it refers to the origin or causes of dukkha (suffering). etymology: samudaya has several meanings. it is usually translated as 'origin' or '
- is one of the prin****l teachings of the buddha , who described it as the way leading to the cessation of suffering (dukkha ) and the
- understanding dukkha: in the dhammacakkappavattana sutta the buddha provides the cl****ic elaboration on the first of his four noble truths
- 'wisdom', is insight in the true nature of reality, namely dukkha , non-self and impermanence , and emptiness . etymology: prajñā is often
- in the first teaching of the buddha on the four noble truths , the buddha identified taṇhā as a prin****l cause in the arising of dukkha
- anicca or impermanence is understood by buddhists as one of the three marks of existence , the others being dukkha (unsatisfactoriness)
- 'now this, monks, is the noble truth of dukkha: birth (jāti ) is dukkha, aging (jarā) is dukkha, death (maraṇa) is dukkha; sorrow,