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{Buddhadharma} Impermanence & Emptiness

How does the Buddhadharma explain impermanence?

Impermanence is the reality of phenomena in the process of time, where good and bad alternate. It teaches us to be aware and alert with a sense of crisis and preparedness, while living our lives with content.

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