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The `in between' between asceticism and hedonism.
The 4 noble truths Buddha knows this because he has experienced both so
The middle way he understands both ends of the scale and knows
neither are the true way to go.
The 4 noble truths can be known through practice.
The 4 noble truths The middle way explains that neither extremes will lead
Summary to happiness but you have to be able to recognise
dissatisfaction before you can remove suffering.
Important to Buddhists because they see following the
noble 8 fold path as the only way to reach
Dukkha is dissatisfaction/ suffering. Suffering is caused
The 4 noble truths by dissatisfaction with life.
1st noble truth- brief
Samudaya is the recognition that the cause of
The 4 noble truths dissatisfaction is attachment to material desire.
2nd noble truth- brief
Nirodha is recognising the possibility of happiness
The 4 noble truths which is free from craving.
3rd noble truth- brief
Magga is the noble eightfold path.
The 4 noble truths (UTSALEMC )
4th noble truth- brief
They can be followed however the Buddhist chooses.
The 4 noble truths They are adaptable, but there is diversity within any
How do you follow the 4 religion. It depends on the Buddhists commitment and
practice. By practicing the noble eightfold path they try
noble truths? to be more compassionate.

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They are called truths because they do not just have to
The 4 noble truths be believed but they can be understood through
How do you follow the 4 experience which means Buddhists can find out what
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Anicca means impermanence. It is because everything
The 4 noble truths will one day end that causes suffering. If the good
Anicca things in life which causes happiness never ended, we
would never experience suffering. An example is
unemployment, if people were never unemployed=
money= better quality of life. Although money can't buy
happiness it can contribute towards a better life.
1. Physical body/ matter (Rupa)
The 4 noble truths 2. Perceptions/ ideas (Sanna)
The five Khandhas 3. Consciousness (Vinnana)
4. Mental formations (sankhara)
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As long as we remain ignorant, clingy and hateful, we
The 4 noble truths will continue to create karma and continue to be reborn.
Dependant origination. What it One thing leads to another.
means- brief
The 2nd noble truth. Suffering has a cause- attachment/
The 4 noble truths craving (Tanha). People are dissatisfied because they
(2nd noble truth)Samudaya: want something they don't have. Or they have
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Started a school for children refugees. He sold his
The 4 noble truths possessions in order to fund the project.
Dhardo Rimpoche
Was born as an untouchable and campaigned for equal
The 4 noble truths rights and social justice as the Indian law minister. He
Dr Ambedkar tried to abolish the caste system.…read more

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The Dharma is compared to a raft. It helps us get from
The 4 noble truths samsara to enlightenment (Nibbana). Once Nibbana has
The parable of the raft- basics been realised, one must let go of the dharma and not
get attached to it. There is no need to carry the raft with
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Right effort
The 4 noble truths
The eightfold path (6) Helps develop samadhi- concentration
Right mindfulness
The 4 noble truths
The eightfold path (7) Helps develop samadhi- concentration
Right concentration
The 4 noble truths
The eightfold path (8) Helps develop samadhi- concentration…read more


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