Now here, of course,
the Buddha’s teaching on impermanence,
in regards to these five aspects of what we call ‘me’.
is at the very core of the teaching,
it is very important,
and it’s good for us to understand that.
It would be much more valuable to cultivate, for the time of a finger snap , An unabiding mind. And this is Aniccasaññā, impermanence.
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