Anattalakkhaṇa Sutta

In this discourse, the Buddha analyzes the constituents of a person’s body and mind (khandha) and demonstrates that they are each impermanent (anicca), subject to suffering (dukkha) and thus unfit for identification with a “self” (attan). The Pali version of this discourse reads:

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