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The atta in 1. has a different meaning from the atta in point 2. ?
1. When one reaches Nibbāna, that is the state of nicca, sukha, atta, the opposites of anicca,dukkha, anattā that are characteristics of this world of 31 realms.
2. There are several Pāli (and Sinhala) words (mama, asmi, and mé) that are used to indicate “me”,“I”, “myself”. |Attā| is also used to indicate “self” in the conventional sense, and “having no essence”in the deeper sense. It is important to note the difference in all those usages.