What does "All Life is Suffering" Mean?

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Re: What does "All Life is Suffering" Mean?

Postby lobster » Thu Oct 18, 2012 8:30 pm

a crisis of faith, in fact any position of being has elements of dukkha, so well expounded.
However by being in the moment, we do not cling to past present or future. We experience without the extra dukkha.
In effect we are awake to the multiplicity of experience . . . :thumbsup:
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