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The Core teachings of Lord Buddha: The Four Noble Truth
Whilst seated beneath the Bodhi tree the Buddha experienced the four noble truths: Audio Only

- Dukkha: All existence is unsatisfactory and filled with sufferings

- Samudaya: The root of sufferings can be defined as a craving or clinging to the wrong things; searching to find stability in a shifting world is the wrong way

- Nibbana: It is possible to find an end to suffering

- The Noble Eightfold Path is the way to finding the solution to suffering and bring it to an end

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