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|Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera|
|Dukkha Sutta：1．Dukkha Sutta.-Dukkha arises from the contact of the senses and the objects proper to the senses，resulting in feeling，which，in turn，produces craving．By destroying this process dukkha is destroyed．S.ii.71； cf．S.iv.86.
2．Dukkha Sutta.-All the khandhas are ill； he who realizes this destroys rebirth．S.iii.21； 196.
3．Dukkha Sutta.-All the khandhas lead to suffering．S.iii.77.
4．Dukkha Sutta.-The Buddha teaches suffering，the arising thereof，the cessation，and the way to such cessation．S.iii.158.
5．Dukkha Sutta.-That which is suffering and of the nature of suffering must be put away．S.iv.199.
6．Dukkha Sutta.-Sāriputta tells Jambukhādaka of the three kinds of suffering，caused by pain，by the activities and by the changeable nature of things．S.iv.259.
7．Dukkha Sutta.-A monk without faith is unconscientious，has no fear of blame，is indolent and lacking in insight，lives ill at ease in this world and will suffer in the next．A.iii.3.
8．Dukkha Sutta.-If a monk has brooding on sense-desires，ill-will，cruelty and conjures up thoughts of these things，he will live ill at ease now and also after death．A.iii.429.
9．Dukkha Sutta.-It is impossible that a monk who sees happiness in any phenomenon shall live in harmony and peace．A.iii.442.