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Dukkha - Various - 3000 Ohm! (CD)

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  1. Kazrazragore
    Jan 12,  · Unfortunately from the Ohm a new artwork-style was given - it was miles far away from the quality particulary in regard to the 3rd part: this Ohm artwork. The music: Every track stands for its own, is a milestone of high-level techno producing/5(42).
  2. JoJogore
    Format: 2×CD, Year: , Label: Suck Me Plasma (SUCK CD 3), Length:
  3. Zulkik
    Ohm! ~ Release group by Various Artists. Overview; Aliases; Tags; Details; Edit; Album + Compilation. Release Format Tracks Country/Date Label Catalog# Barcode; Official; Ohm! 2×CD: 12 + DE ; Suck Me Plasma: SUCK CD 3: Release group information Artist: Various Artists Type: Album + Compilation Rating. Genres (none) Other tags.
  4. Tet
    Various: Various - Ohm! Various - Trance Nation 6 ‎ (2xCD + CD, Mixed + Comp) Club Tools: CLU: Germany, Austria, & Switzerland: Sell This Version: NRR Demote: Demote - Graduate 2 versions: No Respect Records: NRR
  5. Nikoran
    Exact Audio Copy V prebeta 4 from January EAC extraction logfile from September , Various / Ohm! CD1 Used drive: .
  6. Faer
    Dukkha, (Pāli: “sorrow,” “suffering”), Sanskrit Duhkha, in Buddhist thought, the true nature of all xingplifarehdikir.nalixedegenloywachsnabtyakengmepers.co Buddhist doctrine is based on the fact of suffering; its reality, cause, and means of suppression formed the subject of the Buddha’s first sermon (see Four Noble Truths).Recognition of the fact of suffering as one of three basic characteristics of .
  7. Goltimi
    No single English word adequately captures the full depth, range, and subtlety of the crucial Pali term dukkha. Over the years, many translations of the word have been used ("stress," "unsatisfactoriness," "suffering," etc.). Each has its own merits in a given context.
  8. Arashilkis
    Viparinama-dukkha, the duḥkha of pleasant or happy experiences changing to unpleasant when the causes and conditions that produced the pleasant experiences cease. Sankhara-dukkha, the duḥkha of conditioned experience. This includes "a basic unsatisfactoriness pervading all existence, all forms of life, because all forms of life are changing.
  9. Faebei
    The English word for dukkha is suffering. Dukkha is a core term in Buddhism. It is the condition of all human beings (or all living beings) that arises in all life situations. The Buddha described dukkha in several ways. It is very important to sa.

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