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Life, according to the Buddha, is suffering or dukkha; and that suffering is based on ignorance or avijja.

Vap Full Moon Poya Day falls on Wednesday:

Impermanence: the Buddhist view of life

Most of us think the impermanence of all things is an unpleasant fact we’d rather ignore. We look at the world around us, and most of it seems solid and fixed. We tend to stay in places we find comfortable and safe, and we don’t want them to change.

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What goes to make the universe

Nearly two-thirds of the earth is covered by water in oceans, seas, rivers, lakes and streams. The human body too contains a large amount of water. There is water in vegetables and fruit in small quantities. Islands, countries and continents are surrounded by water.

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Thorns on the Side

Growing old

The world celebrated Universal Children’s Day and the Elders’ Day on October 1. The fact that both these events fall on the same day may be a coincidence, but the message is clear: today’s children are tomorrow’s elders. Indeed, much of the world’s population will be elders around 80 years from now.

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