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Suffering, unhappiness, infelicity… why do these arguments persist when the aim of an individual interested and involved in a work for self-development seeks the opposite? Indeed, objectively seen, it would seem there is no reason for unhappiness or to give importance to this argument. But, unhappiness remains a common experience.
The Buddha stated that the reality of suffering is a premise to his system and, of course, he showed the remedy; many other teachings have noticed the presence of suffering as a matter of fact.
It would seem that, despite of all the efforts, humans are really not happy.
It doesn’t matter even if they have acquired wealth, social power, are revered, and at the height of success or a prestigious social status.
Every human being, within himself, constantly feels a lack that drives him to seek or delude himself more and more, but with the result of never finding…

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