1. Yadanicca Sutta.– The aggregates are impermanent, what is impermanent is suffering, and what is suffering is void of self. Thus does the Noble Disciple comprehend things. S.iii.22.
2. Yadanicca Sutta.– A series of discourses on the three characteristics regarding internal phenomena of the past (Ajjhattātīta Yadanicca Sutta), future (Ajjhattānāgata°), and present (Ajjhattapaccuppanna°). There are similar series of discourses on external phenomena.
The eye is impermanent (anicca), it is unsatisfactory (dukkha) and not-