1. Dharma seals; three marks of existence (suffering, impermanence, non-Self)
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2. Three marks of existenceThe Three marks of existence, within Buddhism, are three characteristics shared by all sentient beings, namely: impermanence (anicca); suffering or unsatisfactoriness (dukkha); non-self (anattā). According to Buddhist tradition, a full understanding of these three can bring an end to suffering (dukkha nirodha, 苦滅).
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