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Sixteen characteristics of the four noble truths

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Sixteen characteristics of the four noble truths Buddha taught that each of the four noble truths has four special characteristics. The four characteristics of true sufferings are: impermanent, suffering, empty, and selfless. The four characteristics of true origins are: cause, origin, strong producer, and condition. The four characteristics of true cessations are: cessation, peace, supreme attainment, and definite abandoner. The four characteristics of true paths are: path, antidote, accomplisher, and definite abandoning.

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