In short, the five aggregates onto which one grasps are duhkha. Even without the inspiration of colonial holdings such as the former British occupation of Sri Lanka and Burma, institutions such as the Danish Royal Library have built up major collections of Pali manuscripts, and major traditions of Pali studies.
But it also arises when we experience happiness, joy, boredom, enthusiasm and whole host of other things.
It was the first Pali translated text in English and was published in Marga: or the noble truth of the way leading to the cessation of suffering The first of the Buddha's teachings was the statement that life is duhkha, meaning that life in any of the six realms see bhava-cakra is characterized by suffering, frustration, and dissatisfaction.
These are the three forms of stressfulness.
Thus, rather than being seen as a pessimistic doctrine that is preoccupied with suffering, Buddhism is better described as an optimistic worldview because it insists that suffering can be completely eradicated in our lives.
He explained the Third Noble Truth as follows: [It is possible to attain] the complete cessation of duhkha.
Sadly, this is a complete misunderstanding of a teaching that is absolutely central to Buddhism. Another scholar states that at that time it was "a refined and elegant vernacular of all Aryan-speaking people".