Financial Accounting 2.11.11

Financial Accounting 2.11.11 - Dharma for monastics...

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Unformatted text preview: Dharma for monastics Cultivation of morality, meditation, and wisdom Wisdom gained by listening, investigating, and contemplating The first discourse at Sarnath 1st Noble Truth: Duhkha THREE TYPES ordinary physical pain and emotional pain suffering brought on by the change of pleasure into pain suffering inherent in the nature of constructed things, changeable nature of the mind-body complex, the five aggregates (skandha ) Eight kinds of Suffering (Duhkha ) Birth is suffering, sickness is suffering, old age is suffering, death is suffering, meeting with unpleasant things/enemies is suffering, losing pleasant things/friends is suffering, not getting what one wants is suffering, the five aggregates are suffering. The Conventional Self Five Aggregates (skandha ) Form Feelings/sensations Cognitions Karmic dispositions (or Mental formations) Consciousness 2nd Noble Truth: the Arising of Duhkha Thirst or craving for sensual pleasures Thirst for existence...
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