As I know people are just dying to give their interpretations to these Mahayana 4 Noble Truths because they practice meditation everyday regularly and have come to know, love and worship their Buddha natures with absolute anatma abandon and devotion
I shall now go on to further post Mahayana sutras with explanations of the Mahayana 4 Noble Truths-- the Lioness's Roar! The Queen Srimala's Sutra on 3rd Noble Truth:
"Lord, the cessation of suffering is not the destruction of Dharma. Why so? Because the Dharmakaya of the Tathagata is named 'cessation of suffering,' and it is beginningless, uncreate, unborn, undying, free from death; permanent, steadfast, calm, eternal;
10. The One Truth
"Lord, among those four Noble Truths, three Truths are impermanent and one Truth is permanent.
Why so? Because the three Truths belong to the characteristic of the constructed, and anything belonging to the characteristic of the constructed is impermanent. Anything impermanent has an illusory nature. Everything with illusory nature is untrue, impermanent, and not a refuge.
Therefore, the Noble Truths of Suffering, Source of Suffering, and Path leading to the Cessation of Suffering are actually untrue, impermanent, and not a refuge.
Lord, among those [four], the one Truth -- Cessation of Suffering -- excludes the realm with the characteristic of the constructed. Anything excluding the realm with the characteristic of the constructed is permanent. Whatever is permanent lacks an illusory nature. Anything that lacks an illusory nature is true, permanent, and a refuge.
Therefore, the Truth -- Cessation of Suffering -- is in reality true, permanent, and a refuge.