An exploration of the Buddha's teaching on anatta (not-self), and the importance also of honoring personhood and cultivating flexibility of view so as to respond appropriately to circumstances. The emptiness of all phenomena is also briefly explained and explored.
The teaching on the four ennobling truths speaks to our lived experience. It addresses the existential fact of facing suffering, pain, stress, and conflict in our lives and offers a way to understand the causes and conditions that lead to suffering and to the end of suffering. The four ennobling truths can guide us in our practice.