dukkha

Buddhist concept of the suffering that arises from a person's clinging desire (Pali tanha, Sanskrit samudaya or trishna) to that which is inevitably impermanent, changing, and perishable. It...
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dukkha

Buddhist concept of the suffering that arises from a person's clinging desire (Pali tanha, Sanskrit samudaya or trishna) to that which is inevitably impermanent, changing, and perishable. It includes the suffering caused by the unsatisfactory nature of life, including feelings of dissatisfaction and the need for something that is missing yet in...
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dukkha

in Buddhist thought, the true nature of all existence. Much Buddhist doctrine is based on the fact of suffering; its reality, cause, and means of ... [4 related articles]
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dukkha

Stress; suffering; pain; distress; discontent.
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