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# Suffering is caused by attachment to fleeting things
 
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==External Links==
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*The Big View - [http://www.thebigview.com/buddhism/fourtruths.html The Four Noble Truths]

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The Four Noble Truths are four central teachings of Buddhism, declared by Gautama Buddha. They are:

  1. Life means suffering
  2. Suffering is caused by attachment to fleeting things
  3. The elimination of attachment is possible
  4. The 8-Fold Path is the means by which to do this.

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