Thus sukha … meant, originally, "having a good axle hole," while duhkha meant "having a poor axle hole," leading to discomfort. For the Egyptian food, see Dukka. Joseph Goldstein , American vipassana teacher and writer, explains the etymology as follows:. The two texts as we have them are, in all likelihood, pre-Buddhist; placing them in the seventh to sixth centuries BCE may be reasonable, give or take a century or so. The endless cycle of birth, rebirth, and redeath, is samsara. Cambridge University Press.
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