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1. The Truth Of Dukkha (Suffering)

1. The Truth Of Dukkha (Suffering)

  • All life involves inevitable, unavoidable suffering.
  • Life is the mixture of happiness and pain.
  • The Buddha wants as to acknowledge this fact(👆) so when we do experience suffering, we don’t take it so shockingly or personally.
  • When we acknowledge suffering, we are at peace during times of difficulty because with time this suffering will turn into happiness again.


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