Life is. This is the first of the of .
Life is marked by. Youth, health, and vitality eventually give way to old age, sickness, and death. Moments of happiness inevitably pass, too. This means, happiness and suffering are intrinsically linked.
According to the Second Noble Truth, the sources of suffering are hate,, and ignorance.
The Third Noble Truth states that suffering can be ended by overcoming the causes of suffering.
And, finally, the Fourth Noble Truth designates the road to the end of suffering: the.
What do theinsights mean to Buddhists in their everyday lives? How do they define happiness?
In this story you will find some answers to these questions by listening to interviews with a number of practising Buddhists and scholars of Buddhism.