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Cotia production group = officials and youth inferior memorial service = XNUMX people from all counts at Kokushikan = mourning friends who slept in the middle of their ambitions

 
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All of the Buddhas said that they were suffering, and that was the origin of the word "suffering."
 

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Struggle

StruggleWhat is (shikaku)?BuddhismSuffering inDucca, Dukkha) classification.

A fundamental DokkaLiving-old-disease-dead(Sho, Ro, Byo, Shi)Four hardshipsage

  • Jati dukkha[1] ――Suffering caused by being born.
  • Old pain (jarāpi dukkha)[1] ――Suffering caused by aging.Physical strength, energy, etc. all decline and freedom is lost.
  • Illness (byādhipi dukkha)[1] --Buddhist problems with various illnesses and suffering from pain and suffering.
  • Death and death (maraṇampi dukkha)[1] --Awareness of fear of dying and anxiety about the future.

In addition to the four basic pains,

  • Aibetsu separation (appiyehi dukkha)[1] -Separate yourself from your loved ones
  • Grudge hate (piyehi dukkha)[1] -Meet those who hate grudge
  • Frustration (yampiccha dukkha)[1] -Not getting what you want
  • Gohan(Good morning)- Five pointsWhat (human body and spirit) can't control

The four pains ofeight painsCall.

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g Arbomulle Sumanasala "View of suffering" Sanga (Publisher), 2015, Kindle edition, Position No. 2025 out of all 1188 / 59%.ISBN 978-4865640199. 

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All suffering

All suffering(I'm going all the way,Tomoe: sabbe saṅkhārā du kkhā) IsBuddhismInFour Dharma Sealsone of.To be correct, it is translated into Chinese as "all misfortune."

In the early scriptures, "Color ThebitterNari ""Subject tomiss youRowknowledgeIt's also painful. "This is called "everyone suffers".

Abhidharma(Abhidharma) According to the literature, suffering is defined as the meaning of "distress."[Source required].. It means "to be oppressed (to be bothered by ○○○○○)".There are two uses for this bitterness.One is easyDistress(Discard, Upeker), the others are "All sufferingIt is a pain when it is said.The former is suffering in everyday sensations and may be divided into physical distress (distress) and mental distress (depression).However, it goes without saying that mental distress is painful, but when comfort is broken, it becomes painful, and all distress and distress are impermanent, and it is said that it is painful because it cannot escape life and death. This is distress, distress, and miseryThree painsThat is.In other words, there is nothing that is not painful in either position, and it is said that all suffering means this.

Expressions in the Pali Canon

Sabbe saṅkhārā aniccā'ti yadā paññāya passati
Atha nibbindati dukkhe esa maggo visud dhiyā.
Sabbe saṅkhārā du kkhā'ti yadā paññāya passati
Atha nibbindati dukkhe esa maggo visud dhiyā.
Sabbe dhammā anattā'ti ya dā paññā ya passati
Atha nibbindati dukkhe esa maggo visud dhiyā.

"Everything formed (row)Impermanence"(Unusual)
wisdomWhen watching with, people are reluctant to suffer.This is the way to cleanliness.
"Everything formed (row) is painful" (everything is painful)
When watching with wisdom, people are reluctant to suffer.This is the way to cleanliness.
"AllThing TheSelflessnessIs "(lawlessness)
When watching with wisdom, people are reluctant to suffer.This is the way to cleanliness.

— Pali Buddhist scripture, Dammapada20, Maggavaggo, Sri Lanka Tripitaka Project

Various interpretations

The original word for "bitter" is dukkha in Pali, and there is a theory that in Pali it has not only the meaning of "painful" in Japanese but also the nuance of "imperfect".[1][2].

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