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There is neither coming, nor going, nor staying; neither passing away nor arising.

“There is that dimension, monks, where there is neither earth, nor water, nor fire, nor wind; neither dimension of the infinitude of space, nor dimension of the infinitude of consciousness, nor dimension of nothingness, nor dimension of neither perception nor non-perception; neither this world, nor the next world, nor sun, nor moon. And there, I say, there is neither coming, nor going, nor staying; neither passing away nor arising: unestablished, unevolving, without support [mental object]. This, just this, is the end of dukkha.'”

Sharings from the Pāṭaligāmiyavagga
of the Udāna in the Khuddaka Nikāya, Tipitaka.
Ud 8.1 : Nibbāna Sutta (1)

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