Buddha's Four Noble Truths

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Buddha’s first sermon was the Four Noble Truths, which was delivered to five monks. The first noble truth is the truth of suffering which is that life if suffering. The second noble truth is the cause of suffering which is greed or desire. The third noble truth is the end of suffering which comes when one stops themselves from having attachment to the world. The fourth noble truth is the path that sets us free from suffering which happens when one follows the Eightfold path of right view, right aspirations, right speech, right conduct, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness and right contemplation. Once these four truths are accomplished, one will emancipate from the hearth and nirvana will be accomplished.

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