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Aleana Egan, Fergus Feehily, Jaki Irvine, Sam Keogh, Paul Mosse

Dukkha

While dukkha is a Buddhist term usually translated as ‘suffering’, it can also refer to the pain of being born, growing old, sickness and dying, as well as to the anxiety or stress of trying to hold on to things that are transient or impermanent. For a Buddhist, the understanding of dukkha allows one to negotiate a harmonious path through life’s obstacles and disappointments.

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