dukkha

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dukkha

(ˈdukə)
n
(Buddhism) (in Theravada Buddhism) the belief that all things are suffering, due to the desire to seek permanence or recognize the self when neither exist: one of the three basic characteristics of existence. Sanskrit word: duhkha Compare anata, anicca
[Pali, literally: suffering, illness]
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