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Dharma (or dhamma in Pali, tham-ma or phra tham in Thai) refers to the universal laws which the Buddha described in his teachings. Buddhism teaches that a person's life should be brought into harmony with these laws so that it can be developed to its highest benefit and purpose.


The Buddha first described the impermanence of human existence and the suffering or dissatisfaction that comes from it using the following terms:




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To stop this suffering and dissatisfaction a person must understand its causes. "The Four Noble Truths" explain the causes of suffering and the path to its cessation.







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