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brahmaghosa [Buddha], Brahmalike voice [the melodious voice of the buddha] [IW]
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the suffering of change [IW]
  
[[gsung]] [['gags pa med pa tshangs pa'i dbyangs]] - your speech is the free-flowing melody of Brahma [RY]
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the 'suffering of change' [RY]
  
melody of Brahma [IW]
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the suffering of change [One of the [[sdug bsngal gsum]] = three types of suffering [With defiled feelings of happiness if the object is destroyed, this suffering is produced, likewise suffering from from mind and its contents, which are other, and defiled objects arising from whatever is perceived.] [IW]
  
melody of brahma, voice of brahma, intonation with which the veda is read [JV]
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the suffering of change [1of the [[sdug bsngal gsum]] = three types of suffering [R] [IW]
  
a melodious voice. one of the [[skyes bu chen po'i mtshan sum bcu rtsa gnyis]]. the thirty marks of a great being; brahmaghosa [Buddha]. Brahma-like voice, [the melodious voice of the Buddha] [RY]
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Changing suffering [RY]
  
Brahma-like voice. The voice endowed with the sixteen perfect qualities of Brahma, the king of the gods. A common description of a buddha's speech [RY]
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Suffering of change. 'That which is pleasant when arising and remaining but painful when ceasing.' Mainly the suffering of the three higher realms [RY]
  
a melodious voice [one of the [[skyes bu chen po'i mtshan sum bcu rtsa gnyis]]. = the 32 marks of a great being [IW]
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suffering of change misery, the suffering of change. One of the [[sdug bsngal gsum]] three types of suffering [RY]
  
brahmaghosa [Buddha], Brahmalike voice [IW]
 
  
  
 
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Revision as of 05:38, 26 April 2006

the suffering of change [IW]

the 'suffering of change' [RY]

the suffering of change [One of the sdug bsngal gsum = three types of suffering [With defiled feelings of happiness if the object is destroyed, this suffering is produced, likewise suffering from from mind and its contents, which are other, and defiled objects arising from whatever is perceived.] [IW]

the suffering of change [1of the sdug bsngal gsum = three types of suffering [R] [IW]

Changing suffering [RY]

Suffering of change. 'That which is pleasant when arising and remaining but painful when ceasing.' Mainly the suffering of the three higher realms [RY]

suffering of change misery, the suffering of change. One of the sdug bsngal gsum three types of suffering [RY]