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BuddhaAccording to Buddha, whatever happened in life it is cause by nature. If we even try ourself to be happy, but this happiness is transitory by the nature. For example, if we have any problems in our life or anybody’s having a problem it is suffering by nature. But the fact is our minds don’t accept that. The suffering is entirely depends on our mind, so we can try to find happiness and internal peace by our self. Suffering is a big word for Buddhist. The “pali” word “dhukha” is an essence of life, said the Buddha. According to a Buddhist philosophy that every human has potential to suffer and potential to create happiness. Most of the Buddhist expects suffering, not happiness. Because when happiness comes, they accept as a gift, but with awareness of that it will going to end. They think that no matter how much you gained or going to loose, it will end one day because you are going to die and that all are transitory. The second truth is “Samudaya”(the cause of suffering). The cause of suffering occurs by “karma”(action). According to a Buddhist philosophy our mental problems are attachment, ego and ignorance, because of these delusion we inspire to do wrong “karma”. According to Buddha, “I am related to my karma, I inherit my karma, I am born of my karma, I am related to my karma, I live supported by karma, whatever karma I create whether good or evil, that I shall inherit.”(TheBuddha, Anguthara Nikaya V.57-Upajjhathanah Sutta). In sort explanation that weather you do something intentionally wrong to others, it will happen to yourself in future. A Buddhist also thinks that whatever action you have done in your previous life, you have to pay for that. They also think that anger is one of the main reason in which our emotions try to harm others, but it will returns to us as being harmed. According to Buddha “the wheel of existence” or “samsara”(family) don’t bring people continuous happiness. It constantly changes from moment to moment. The third truth is “Nirodha”(“human suffering can be ended by ending
human desires or sacrifices”) to attaining “Nirvana”. Nirvana means freedom from extinction of