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All conditioned things are impermanent... Not just a truism, but the central teaching of Buddhism upon which so much else follows. Jnanaketu starts off a three-part series on the lakshanas, or 'marks' of conditioned existence, by tackling this most crucial of insights that is easy to say but a great challenge to live by.
Talk given at Padmaloka Retreat Centre, 2006
This talk is part of the series The Three Lakshanas.
|The Three Lakshanas: Anitya (23:24)|
Total running time: 23:24