Impermanence – Buddhist Teaching is the Key to Happiness

This very practice is the key to my happiness.

Impermanence: the idea that that all of conditioned existence, without exception, is transient, evanescent, inconstant.

“Buddhism declares that there are five processes on which no human being has control and which no one can ever change. These five processes are namely, the process of growing old, of not falling sick, of dying, of decay of things that are perishable and of the passing away of that which is liable to pass. Buddhism however suggests that escape from these is possible and it’s through Nirvana.”

Fighting these creates suffering. 

The only constant in the entire world is change. That’s it. The one thing we can count on is the thing we often fear most!

Read the full article on Bustles.

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