Good update, lal.
What is “previously unheard” is that craving (icchā) for sensory attractions leads to suffering in the future.
As per my understanding so far,
This is “THE” biggest irony of existence.
In pursuit of sensual pleasures whole heartedly, one gets suffering filled birth in future.
Ironically however, in future birth, it is for escaping from this suffering one again pursues sensual pleasures, which again leads to one’s own downfall.
ONE DIGS ONE’S OWN GRAVE,
by pursuit of kama.
Without omniscient perfectly self aware buddha, it is impossible to see this process of “wheeling around” and cut it down.
Without buddha none can discern an nissarana from kama, higher than Arūpa jhana.
Extremely Brilliant insight,
Core of dhamma.