Impermanence | by Ajahn Brahmali

As Ajahn Brahmali explains, the pali word anicca is usually translated in english as “impermanence”, in can also mean unreliable or uncertainty. These english words can all describe this concept of ‘anicca’, which is central to the Buddhist teaching, that ALL phenomena are anicca. Whilst this may seem obvious to many, to really see the truth of the full extent of anicca in our lives is very difficult. To really understand anicca is to be free of all attachment and suffering.

Impermanence | by Ajahn Brahmali

As Ajahn Brahmali explains, the pali word anicca is usually translated in english as “impermanence”, in can also mean unreliable or uncertainty. These english words can all describe this concept of ‘anicca’, which is central to the Buddhist teaching, that ALL phenomena are anicca. Whilst this may seem obvious to many, to really see the truth of the full extent of anicca in our lives is very difficult. To really understand anicca is to be free of all attachment and suffering.