The Three Marks.

All ‘things’ are impermanent. Things are interdependent [nonself]. With wrong views about things, things are unsatisfactory, painful [dukkha].

Grasping at things as if they were permanent, or as if they had self-nature (self-sustained, isolate, individual existence), dukkha arises and is sustained.

This cyclic existence is called Samsara.

The end of that painful cycle is called Nirvana.

The whole thing is mind-made.

Mind is mind-made.