The Four Noble Truths

by Ajahn Sumedho | 2004 | 22,385 words

Summary: A collection of talks dealing with understanding and practicing the Four Noble Truths.

The Four Noble Truths refer to a basic concept within Buddhism. In short, they refer to:

dukkha (“suffering”);
samudaya (“arising”);
nirodha (“cessation”);
marga (“the path”).

source: amaravati.org

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