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duhkha

(ˈdukə)
n
(Buddhism) another name for dukkha
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Other puzzling translation choices include Goodman's unwillingness to give a consistent translation to duhkha, rendering it sometimes as 'suffering' and sometimes as 'pain'.
The insight that all things arise interdependently brings with it the realization that liberation from conflict, trouble and suffering (duhkha) is necessarily a process of reconfiguring relational dynamics--a process that the Buddha averred was possible only because of karma.
Y seguidamente agrega: "[n]o, este mundo no era para el duhkha, pura 'desdicha', ni la muerte, ni una curacion.
(5) The insight to be achieved is of a threefold nature: insight into (or understanding of) impermanence (anicca/anitya), insight into no-self (anatta/anitya), and insight into suffering (dukkha/ duhkha).
Buddhist life writing tends to sharpen this focus on community and social relations at the expense of selfhood, reflecting the fact that Buddhism regards "no self" (in Sanskrit, anatman) as one of three marks or seals of existence, alongside impermanence (anitya) and suffering (duhkha).
Por ejemplo, para el termino sanscrito duhkha (literalmente <<sufrimiento>>) se podria proponer el termino ya existente en espanol, si bien seria necesario ampliar su significado, ya que la nocion del termino original incluye, ademas del dolor fisico y mental, toda forma de insatisfaccion y malestar existencial.
What this means is that human intentionality must be at the center of both judgment and action, and as long as a correction is not made in the basic level of intentionality, then our effort to learn and transform ourselves and the world will result only in cultivating interpretive methods and products that inevitably lead to duhkha. A refined and noble intentionality ought to be the foundation of what we learn and what we produce from of our learning.
Budddhism, like Sankhya system of Indian philosophy, characterizes life in terms of impermanence and suffering (duhkha).
We seem to understand apad vellumtomes muniment, Arans Duhkha, among hoseshoes, cheriotiers and etceterogenious bargainboutbarrows, ofver and umnder, since, evenif or although, in double preposition as in triple conjunction, how the mudden research in the topaia that was Mankaylands has gone to prove from the picalava present in the maramara melma that while a successive generation has been in the deep deep deeps of Deepereras.
If we take Patanjali's thesis in Yoga-Sutra (2.15) and Visuddhimagga we find that duhkha is born out of the agony of search, the dissatisfaction and the rebutted craving.
A primeira verdade e aquela sobre a dor (em sanscrito, duhkha, em pali, dukkha), segundo a qual toda existencia e insatisfatoria e cheia de sofrimento.