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The major tenets of Buddhism are the Four Noble Truths:

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