Today I’d like to discuss about the contradictions of the four noble truths of Buddhism. The four truths are first suffering exists, second suffering is caused by desire, third it is possible to eliminate desire and correspondingly to eliminate suffering, fourth to eliminate the desire and suffering you have to follow the Eightfold Path, which culminates in Nirvana. As a normal human being, there is no problem with the first two truths, that suffering is here with us all the time and suffering exists because of our desires. But the main problem and contradiction lies between the third and fourth truths. In the third truth, it says it is possible to eliminate desire and correspondingly to eliminate suffering. Yes, it’s possible but in order for it to be possible to eliminate desire, we would have to actively pursue an entirely neutral mental state. If we are not desiring anything, if we are in a perpetually neutral state, are we really alive? The human being without any goals or dreams is a being who is already in the grave. The fourth truth says if you want to eliminate those desires to achieve Nirvana, then you have to follow the Eightfold Path, which obviously contradicts with the third truth. If we eliminate desire, then we cannot follow the Eightfold Path. If we follow the Eightfold Path, then we are not eliminating our desire. The most important above these truth is: if we are willing to pursue these truths, which means we have a desire to achieve something, isn’t it this whole idea of laws or truth of Buddha contradicts with each other? These rules are not meant to be followed by anyone. Think about this truth logically and get away from deception of the teachings of Buddhism.