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Synonyms for impermanence

the property of not existing for indefinitely long durations

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Speculative non-buddhism methodology makes proximate to the practitioner Buddhism's specular oracularity, thereby "unblocking" the "primordial 'sources'" (concepts and practices indexing phenomenality: sunyata, anatta, anicca, etc.
So far, I have outlined various positions on whether the doctrines of dukkha and anicca can be combined with appreciation of nature, or else whether they imply an outright condemnation of the world.
PPC - Petite is, essentially a scaled down version of the PPC services Anicca offer to much larger clients, and is managed by the same team.
Se espera que este ano se unan a la jornada, unas 40 congregaciones, el doble de las que participaron el ano pasado durante la misma actividad, dijo Anicca Gorham, directora de la organizacion.
4 MERZBOW, ANICCA (COLD SPRING, 2008) Featuring Masami Akita's recent analog return to his junk instruments of the 1980s, this record nearly goes full circle, with Live in Khabarovsk, CCCP-era free-drumming filling in every hole left in this musician's web.
With it, if you're sufficiently motivated and tired of being reincarnated, you might achieve such complete realization of the concept of anicca that you no longer experience clinging or craving or aversion, which can lead to a profound state of acceptance and a peace that is enlightenment.
All things pass: Sic mundi Gloria transit (All the glory of the world passes), or the Pali sutra: Anicca bata sankara (All compounded phenomena is impermanent)--more exotic sounding if slightly more obscure in translation.
Anicca refers to impermanence, the fleetingness of things.
Another is to count beads while repeating in her mind the words anicca, dukkha and anatta.
Abramson introduces the central concepts of this religion/philosophy, such as anatta (dissolution of the self into creation), anicca (impermanence), karma (law of cause and effect), and the Four Noble Truths related to suffering.
Anicca Pierre-Fils is a 23-year-old university student from Haiti working on a degree in business while also serving as a home visitor for Even Start.
First, he seems to have taken aninja- as derived from anitya (impermanent), probably through the common Prakritic pronunciation of the latter as anicca (Gandhari anica), assuming loss of nasal and confusion of voiced and unvoiced palatal stops.