☸4nt → §2. Dukkha-samudayaṃ | Pain-(& Suffering)'s-origination 集

§2. Dukkha-samudayaṃ | Pain-(& Suffering)'s-origination 集

“katamañca, bhikkhave,
"and-what, monks, (is)
Dukkha-samudayaṃ ariya-saccaṃ?
sufferings-origination (as a) noble-truth?
yāyaṃ taṇhā ponob-bhavikā
whatever craving [which leads to] renewed-existence,
nandi-rāga-sahagatā
delight-(and)-lust-(together)-with
tatra-tatr-ābhi-nandinī,
here-and-there-[seeking]-delight
seyyathidaṃ —
that is -
kāma-taṇhā,
sensual-pleasures-craving,
bhava-taṇhā,
existence-craving,
vi-bhava-taṇhā.
non-existence-craving,
idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave,
this (is) called, **********,
dukkha-samudayaṃ ariya-saccaṃ.
sufferings-origination (as a) noble-truth.

SN 56: ☸4nt is the main subject in this samyutta
AN 8.83: (1) all dhamma-[things] are rooted in desire (chanda-mūlakā). (2) They come into being through attention.(manasi-kāra-sambhavā) (3) They originate from contact. (4) They converge upon feeling. (5) They are headed by concentration. (6) Mindfulness exercises authority over them. (7) Wisdom is their supervisor. (8) Liberation is their core.’