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Ansiaba llegar a comprender el porque de esta anicca o caducidad de las criaturas; queria penetrar en el conocimiento de los mecanismos de angustia que la conciencia de esta caducidad genera en el espiritu humano y deseaba ardientemente, en fin, hallar los posibles remedios, para devolver a las personas la paz espiritual.
One of the fundamental characteristics of our world, the Buddhists tell us, is what they term anicca, or impermanence.
For all the obviousness of anicca, eroding so many of their experiences, ideas, certainties and creating in the process the contours of the world I know, it was in two seemingly trivial instances that the huge extent of the changes between our times was first really underlined for me.
In 2014 he formed a new band and just last year released the album Anicca, where some of his own work is recorded.
The Three Signata: Anicca, Dukkha, Anatta (with extracts from the Buddha's discourses).
In other words, the Buddhist thought of anicca (impermanence) dictates that everything that comes into existence will also cease to exist at a certain point in time.
More and more these days I start to recognise certain words in the text, in their pictural form: Dhamma, panna, anicca (the Teaching, wisdom, impermanence).
To be sure, if Buddhist advocates were asked to give a phenomenological explanation for their skepticism about corporate or other institutional use of mindfulness, (5) they could very well evoke doctrinal teachings about the Three Poisons, the Four Noble Truths, the reality of dukkha, anicca, anatta, the Five Aggregates, and so forth.