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  • htootintnaing
    Dear Dhamma Friends, There are dhamma that are saccaa or truths. They are 1. the truth of suffering (dukkha saccaa) 2. the truth of cause of suffering
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 4, 2005
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      Dear Dhamma Friends,

      There are dhamma that are saccaa or truths. They are

      1. the truth of suffering (dukkha saccaa)
      2. the truth of cause of suffering (samudaya saccaa)
      3. the truth of cessation of suffering (nirodha saccaa)
      4. the truth of the path leading to cessation of suffering(magga
      saccaa)

      1. the truth of suffering (dukkha saccaa)

      There are 11 groups of dhamma and they all are dukkha saccaa or the
      truth of suffering. In summary that truth is '5 clinging aggregates'.

      Along with this summary there are 12 groups of dhamma that are
      suffering
      or dukkha saccaa.

      1. jaati (birth/rebirth)
      2. jaraa (ageing)
      3. marana (death)
      4. soka (sorrow)
      5. parideva (lamentation)
      6. dukkha (pain or physical suffering)
      7. domanassa ( mental pain or all mental suffering)
      8. upayaasaa (despair)
      9. appi ye hi sampayogo (association with unwanted things)
      10.pi ye hi vippayogo (dissociation with loved one or wanted things)
      11.tam pi iccham na labhati (not gaining of what is wanted)
      12.pancupadaana-kkhandhaa (5 clinging aggregates)

      They are all in 3 rounds namely kilesa vatta, kamma vatta, and
      vipaaka
      vatta. Or the round of defilements, the round of kamma, and the round
      of vipaaka.

      May you be free from suffering.

      With Unlimited Metta,

      Htoo Naing

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