Tag Archives: Three Marks of Existence

“Wisdom in Practice”

“Wisdom in Practice” Part I & II Panel Discussion & Open Discussion Over the course of the last month and a half the Buddhist Sangha of Bucks County investigated “Emptiness” and The Three Marks of Existence in the practice of … Continue reading

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Wisdom of Impermanence: What is Anicca?

“Wisdom of Impermanence: What is Anicca?” Discussion led  by Marc Kaye, Communications Committee “Not Always So” from a talk by Gil Fronsdal, 2001, Insight Meditation Center www.insightmeditationcenter.org/books-articles/articles/impermanence Insight into impermanence is central to Buddhist practice. The Buddhas last words were: … Continue reading

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Wisdom: What is Dukkha? “The Denial of Dukkha”

Wisdom: What is Dukkha? “The Denial of Dukkha” Dukkha is often translated as Suffering, but this definition tends to create complications for us. It can better be understood as Unsatifactoriness. “The word dukkha is made up of the prefix du … Continue reading

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