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I am reading 'The Fundamental Teachings of Early Buddhism' (by Choong, Mun Keat PhD) (pdf file availble for download - free) and it says (in a nutshell) 'changes [anicca] is suffering [dhukkha] is non-self [annatta]'. (Though I think the author means to convey the cause-effect of attaching to 'the 5 khandhas' (which arise/change [anicca],... come in contact with our sensory system, so that [we] feel [vedanaa], perceive [sa~n~naa] or 'receive', think or react or actualize [to the (material-)form [ruupa], and admit (the sense object) to (our) consciousness; the process is of finding 'balancing' or 'stability' is obviously painful and not controllable.)

Now that is explained, I now say 'let events unfold, watch, and learn so that we can deal with our own change with the same sense of serendipity'.

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