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The aspects of Buddhism are the various qualities which the Buddha taught lead to enlightenment. The four noble truths of Buddhism are that suffering is part of life, that suffering is caused by desires, that happiness is possible by learning to be present in the moment, and that by following the Eight-Fold Path ends suffering.

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