Knowing that things come and go due to causes and conditions, then we won't have any attachment and distress, and therefore we won't suffer.
Adhering to one's principles is not the same as attachment. Adhering to our principles amidst temptations and difficulties is a positive force for improvement. Attachment is self-centered concern about fame and gain, which keeps us bogged in delusion.
Ourbody will feel physical pain as long as we're alive. However, if we let go of our attachements, we can be rid of mental suffering even in this life; otherwise, suffering may last endlessly.
If we can face and accept our mortality by applying the concept of impermanence, and always prepare for it, we will be more detached when we or our loved ones die, and therefore suffer less.
The Middle Way requires us to think in emptiness and act according to conditions, without taking a fixed standpoint, attaching to a certain judgment. Thereby we can constantly make progress.
If we can face and accept our mortality by applying the conceptof impermanence, and always prepare for it, we will be more detached when we or our loved ones die, and therefore suffer less.
We can reduce our desires by following the Dharma, and thereby release our problems and troubles.
Attachment means clinging to something obsessively, unable to let go of it. If you care too much, and take things or whatever is related to you too seriously, be it ideas, people, affairs, or objects, then that's attachment. As a result, you will be constantly stressed. From the Buddhist perspec