In an essay from the Under 35 Project, Nick Walser explains how he sees and attempts to “do” the Four Noble Truths.
There are surprising parallels between the noble truths of Buddhism and money guru Suze Orman’s advice on getting real financially.
Debating the Third Noble Truth: three teachers discuss what the Buddha meant when he promised the “end of suffering”.
The four noble truths tell us that to be happy we must first discover the causes of our unhappiness. This is the approach of the renowned French Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard, who says that genuine happiness is only possible after we understand the fundamental mistake that is the root of our suffering.
The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche outlines the Buddha’s teachings, broken down by the three turnings of the wheel of dharma.
Teachings on the Four Noble Truths from Handful of Leaves, Thanissaro Bhikkhu’s new translations of selected suttas from the Pali Canon.
Tulku Thondup on the four simple and practical statements that encompass the entire Buddhist path, the Buddha’s Four Noble Truths.