Three Universal Truths

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Annica
One of the Universal Truths. This means that everything is changing every second and nothing stays the same.
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Anatta
One of the Universal Truths. There is no self and there is nothing in particular that makes us us. This links into the belief in rebirth as nothing except our karma passes on to the next life
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Dukkha
One of the Universal Truths. We all experience suffering and we are bound to Samsara until we can eliminate this. 'Suffering is the common bond shared by all' Ajahn Summedho
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Dukkha Dukkha
This is general suffering such as a broken leg
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Viparinima Dukkha
Suffering caused by change such as a family member dying
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Sankhara Dukkha
Basic unsatisfactoryness with life
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Mustard Seed
Kisa's son dies and she would do anything to get him back, so she goes to see the Buddha to see if this was possible. His responded to this was to go around the city and ask a family who hasn't lost someone.
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Baby to adult
Even though these arent identical in appearance, the adult is the consequence of the actions that the bay has made whislt growing up. This shows the belief in Anicca as everything changes
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One of the Universal Truths. There is no self and there is nothing in particular that makes us us. This links into the belief in rebirth as nothing except our karma passes on to the next life

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Anatta

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One of the Universal Truths. We all experience suffering and we are bound to Samsara until we can eliminate this. 'Suffering is the common bond shared by all' Ajahn Summedho

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This is general suffering such as a broken leg

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Suffering caused by change such as a family member dying

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