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Samyutta Nikaya XXXVI.9

Anicca Sutta

Impermanent

Translated from the Pali by Nyanaponika Thera

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"The three kinds of feelings, O monks, are impermanent, compounded, dependently arisen, liable to destruction, to evanescence, to fading away, to cessation -- namely, pleasant feeling, painful feeling and neutral feeling."
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