All component things — that is, all things which arise as the effect of causes, and which in turn give rise to effects — can be crystallized in the single word anicca , impermanence. All tones, therefore, are just variations struck on the chord which is made up of impermanence, suffering (unsatisfactoriness), and no-self nor soul — anicca , dukkha , and anattaa .
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In 1920 Kafka began an intense relationship with Milena Jesenská , a Czech journalist and writer. His letters to her were later published as Letters to Milena .  During a vacation in July 1923 to Graal-Müritz on the Baltic Sea , Kafka met Dora Diamant , a 25-year-old kindergarten teacher from an orthodox Jewish family. Kafka, hoping to escape the influence of his family to concentrate on his writing, moved briefly to Berlin and lived with Diamant. She became his lover and caused him to become interested in the Talmud .  He worked on four stories, which he prepared to be published as Ein Hungerkünstler ( A Hunger Artist ).