Emptiness : Some Sayings

Some sayings on emptiness in the Buddhist sense, from Stonepeace –

Emptiness is the nature of being empty of permanence.
Emptiness is the nature of being full of change.


Sunyata [emptiness] is Anicca [impermanence] and Anatta [insubstantiality];
Dukkha [suffering] due to Sunyata is optional.


If you cling to emptiness, it becomes a form.
When you cling to form, you miss emptiness.


Emptiness is not nothing;
emptiness is nothing in particular.


Clinging to the right view
makes it a wrong view.

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