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The dukkha of: ordinary suffering (sickness, aging death), produced by change, conditioned states
Craving: sensual desires, craving to be, craving not be. Or Ignorance, attachment, and aversion
refers to the cessation of suffering and the causes of suffering; stopping
the path to the cessation of dukkha. This path is called the Noble Eightfold Path, and it is considered to be the essence of Buddhist practice. The eightfold path consists of: Right Understanding,