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SN 22:15 What is Impermanent

Translated from the Pali by John D. Ireland


“The body, Bhikkhus, is impermanent. What is impermanent, that is suffering. What is suffering, that is not-self. What is not-self [should be considered as] ’This is not mine,’ ’I am not this,’ ’This is not myself’: in this manner it should be seen according to actuality with perfect wisdom.

“Feeling is impermanent … Perception … Mental activities … Consciousness is impermanent. What is impermanent, that is suffering. What is suffering, that is not-self. What is not-self, should be considered, ’This is not mine,’ ’I am not this,’ ’This is not myself’: in this manner it should be seen according to actuality with perfect wisdom.”

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