The Three Marks of Existence (Dukkha)

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Dukkha
The nature of all things is suffering. Deeper meaning = emptiness, imperfection
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Three types of Dukkha
Ordinary suffering, The suffering of change, Suffering of conditioned existence
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Ordinary suffering
Birth, old age, illness and death
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The suffering of change
Stress and anxiety through changes in our lives that we cannot control. Consumerism and advertising feed this cycle. Leads to boredom and lack of contenment
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Suffering of conditioned existence
Everything can become a source of dukkha because as the Buddha said "whatever is impermanent is dukkha"
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Ordinary suffering, The suffering of change, Suffering of conditioned existence

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Three types of Dukkha

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Birth, old age, illness and death

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Card 4

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Stress and anxiety through changes in our lives that we cannot control. Consumerism and advertising feed this cycle. Leads to boredom and lack of contenment

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Card 5

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Everything can become a source of dukkha because as the Buddha said "whatever is impermanent is dukkha"

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