Did you mayhaps mean pukka?
- n. Buddhism the three main types of pain, suffering, or stress: physical and mental, impermanence, and conditioned states
- From Pali (Wiktionary)
“Nik. 44 the word dukkha is replaced by sakkâya, individuality, which is apparently regarded as equivalent in meaning.”
“The word dukkha etymologically means a 'bitter space' and this seems to me to have echoes in such ideas as 'the dark night of the soul'.”
“I have always like comparing this to the Buddhist concept of "dukkha" or unsatisfactoriness, disquieted, uneasy .... the inherent wrongness of conscious life.”
“Adherents claim that Buddhism is a very practical philosophy, which teaches us to focus our attention on personal experience, to determine what is the cause of our discontents ( "dukkha") and to find a way to liberate ourselves from these, all the while expressing "metta", which is universal, unconditional love, and "karuna", which roughly translates to "compassion", towards others.”
“One of the perennial problems in the interpretation of Buddhism is to fathom what Shakyamuni meant by "dukkha".”
“The Pali word is 'dukkha', and it does not just mean the agony of the body.”
“Jaed Muncharoen Coffin: On the dukkha of bi-racial identity”
“Jaed Muncharoen Coffin, author of A Chant to Soothe Wild Elephants, explores with us the dukkha of bi-racial identity.”
“Siddhartha taught that moral responsibility was an important tool for the prevention of dukkha or suffering.”
“Lack" he says, "is my interpretation of the dukkha (suffering) that occurs due to our discomfort with and resistance to our shunyata (emptiness).”
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