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The core principles of Buddhism are found in the Four Noble Truths:

  1. Suffering exists.
  2. Craving is the cause of suffering.
  3. By eliminating craving, you eliminate suffering.
  4. You can eliminate craving and thereby suffering by following the Noble Eightfold Path.
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