Describe the 4 honorable truths?

The 4 Noble Facts are:

1. Life has plenty of suffering. The word the Buddha used was most likely more detailed to

Dissatisfaction. That we are never ever really pleased and if we are, it doesn’t


2. This Suffering (dissatisfaction) has a cause. This cause is our attachment

to desires. Now, this does not indicate that having desires is bad. It means that

we must be clever about our desires. We shouldn’t have these hurting

desires to get things like new clothes or the latest cellular phone since when

we get it, we are just delighted for a short while. Then we are discontent

once again. We should desire for things that are useful to others, or that we can

make a positive influence on someone’s life …

3. There is a state in which suffering (dissatisfaction) stops and that stat is

achievable. If we apply ourselves properly to the fourth truth, we can end up being

happy with life simply as it is. We can break the chains that connect us to wide mood

swings and over-reactions. We can deal with individuals kindly and be generous and

be content.

4. There is a path to end suffering. The Buddha set out a path that anyone

can follow. It takes practice to bypass the view of things and how we have

believed throughout our lives however you can arrive from here if you practice

hard enough and with real intent.


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