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DUKKHA
"It is a corrupting thing to live one's real life in secret.
One should live with the stream of life, not against it."
"Burmese Days ", G.Orwell.

"Dukkha", in sanskrit, means "suffering" or "stress" or "unsatisfaction".
It is a condition during "Samsara", the cycle of birth, life and death.

Siddhartha Gautama himself said that "dukkha" is inevitable on earth.
Beings suffer because of old age, death, starvation, illnesses, dreams and happiness lost.
We often suffer in striving for achievements of something we don't need,
or we suffer for not having some littleness when we have all the rest.
Also trees suffer because of the axe and fishes because of the net.

Even if a conflict is spread inside one's own hart or throughout the land,
everyone desire peace. Sure we can't get rid of all torments,
but we can avoid some. Beings can take care about one another.

Rangoon is the old name of the ex capital city of Burma Myanmar,
it literally means "End of the strife".

I visited this country carrying a lot of "dukkha" within my thoughts and thankfully
I have seen how unimportant were my sufferings. Though they're still heavy to bear.

That "End" I wish for people of Myanmar and Burma
as I wish the same for everyone else.

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