What Are The Three Marks Of Reality With Buddhism?


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The 3 marks of conditioned existence (reality) are;

Anatta; not-self, that there is no such thing as a permanent self or soul, in that we are constantly changing and evolving

Anicca; all things and experiences are inconstant, unsteady and impermanent, everything is in constant flux. Things are constantly coming into being and ceasing to be. Nothing lasts.

Dukkha; suffering as a fundamental and unavoidable aspect of existence, which stems from clinging to impermanent things, craving pleasure, and wishing to avoid pain.

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