Duka Cita, Apa Arti Sabbe Sankhara Anicca dan Samvegacitta?
All living things will die. If Muslims show their condolences and innalillahiwainnailaihirojiunand let Christians take comfort and die in peace (Rest in peace), what about Buddhists?
Buddhists convey the sad story by writing Sabbe sankhara anicca followed by samvegacitta.
The writer Dewi Lestari also put this sentence in the message she published on her Instagram page when she was condoling the death of her husband, Reza Gunawan.
Apa arti dari Sabbe Sankhara Anicca?
Citing various sources, Sabbe Sankhara Anicca is not a comforting phrase that can be conveyed to people. This sentence is different from the word ‘sorry’.
The new sankhara annica is part of Buddhist eschatology, one of the core religious teachings on impermanence. In other words, nothing in this world is permanent or eternal.
In Dhammapada 277 it is written that “Sabbe sankhara anicca`ti, yada pannaya passati, atha nibbindati dukkhe, esa maggo visuddhiya.” – Everything obtained from the unity of things is not permanent. When wisdom can see this; then he will be tired of suffering. This is the path that leads to holiness.
So Sabbe sankhara annica means that everything is always changing and impermanent.
And how is grief shown in Buddhism?
Quoting Samaggi Phala, samvegacitta is the importance of showing compassion to family and friends of Buddhists who are suffering.
Samvegacitta is a thought with a strong emotional response that arises in response to an event that moves the mind, which leads to the thought of knowing the truth of nature, for example when a loved one or respected person dies.