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PORTE CHIUSE PER I TIBETANI
Jul 21st, 2017 by admin

COMUNICATO STAMPA ITALIA: PORTE CHIUSE PER I TIBETANI

L’Italia da moltissimi anni tiene un rapporto privilegiato con il mondo della diaspora Tibetana in India. Qui, oltre 150mila rifugiati vivono in insediamenti donati dal Governo Indiano dopo l’occupazione del Tibet da parte della Repubblica Popolare Cinese nel 1950 e l’esilio dello stesso Dalai Lama nel 1959.

Innumerevoli e costanti sono le visite del Dalai Lama, Nobel per la Pace nel 1989, nel nostro paese, dove ha ricevuto la cittadinanza onoraria da parte di città importanti (Roma, Milano, Palermo, Padova, Torino, Firenze, Rimini, Venezia etc. in totale sono oltre 20) lauree ad honorem da prestigiose università e riconoscimenti vari per la sua instancabile opera di diffusione della cultura della nonviolenza e del metodo del dialogo per la risoluzione dei conflitti. Continua »

Vi sarebbero i rapporti con la Cina alla base dei visti negati
Jul 20th, 2017 by admin

Mentre nel sud del paese continuano gli sbarchi di migliaia di migranti irregolari provenienti dall’Africa e il governo cerca di trovare un modo per regolarizzare la loro presenza (si parla del visto per scaricarli negli altri paesi europei), ad alcuni monaci tibetani non è stato concesso di partire dall’India, nonostante avessero lo status di rifugiato e il relativo invito arrivato dall’Italia.
L’ambasciata italiana in India infatti ha concesso il visto solo a tre dei sei monaci che dovevano arrivare per un incontro religioso al monastero Buddista di Pomaia, il più grande d’Europa, adducendo a quanto pare la scusa che l’Identity Certificate finora riconosciuto come valido da tutti i paesi dell’area Schengen ad eccezione della Svezia e del Portogallo, non è accettato dall’Italia o esisterebbero pericoli di contraffazione dei titoli di viaggio che abilitano i monaci buddisti a viaggiare in Europa. Una giustificazione quest’ultima che appare strana dato che fino a poche settimane fa il rilascio dei visti ai rifugiati tibetani veniva accettato senza problemi dalle autorità di frontiera.

Il provvedimento appare anomalo Continua »

L’Italia nega il visto d’ingresso ai profughi tibetani
Jul 16th, 2017 by admin

L’Italia nega il visto d’ingresso ai profughi tibetani

Stupore e sconcerto ha destato la notizia che il governo italiano nega il visto d’ingresso in Italia ai profughi tibetani in possesso del documento d’identità loro rilasciato dal governo indiano.

Il documento (Identity Certificate), riconosciuto come valido da tutti i paesi dell’area Schengen ad eccezione della Svezia e del Portogallo, fino a poche settimane fa veniva accettato senza problemi dal nostro paese per il rilascio dei visti ai rifugiati tibetani.
La Farnesina ha confermato che il documento non è riconosciuto dall’Italia.
Con la Comunità Tibetana in Italia, le associazioni a sostegno del popolo tibetano e della sua cultura, i Centri di Buddhismo e i gruppi a difesa dei diritti umani, l’Associazione Italia-Tibet intende attivarsi per conoscere le ragioni di tale decisione e chiedere la revoca del provvedimento.

Di seguito l’articolo di Raimondo Bultrini pubblicato su Repubblica.it in data 12 luglio: Continua »

His Holiness the Dalai Lama visit Ladakh Public School
Jul 9th, 2017 by admin

Students reaching out to His Holiness the Dalai Lama as he departs from Ladakh Public School in Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India on July 8, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India – As His Holiness the Dalai Lama drove from the Shiwatsel Phodrang towards Leh this morning, once again well-wishers lined the road with white scarves in their folded hands and joyful smiles on their faces. Even crews of people working on the road stopped work to salute his passing by.

At Ladakh Public School on the edge of Leh, His Holiness was welcomed by school founder and Chairman of the School Board, Noney P. Wangchuk. Small children, their faces a picture of awe and affection, lined the way into the spacious auditorium, where 1600 students awaited their honoured guest.

Principal P.C. Belwal introduced His Holiness to the audience, and the Chairman of the Board gave a brief history of the school. He explained that it had grown from its foundation in 1991 as a kindergarten and now offers a broad, up to date education up to class 10. The school’s success is reflected in some of its students scoring 100 in their maths exams. Recent innovations to the curriculum include the study of Tibetan, dialectics and debate, as well as environmental studies. In 2012 CBSE in Delhi honoured Principal P.C. Belwal as the Best Teacher/ Principal. Continua »

Celebrating His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 82nd Birthday
Jul 7th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama addressing the crowd during celebrations in honor of his 82nd birthday at the Shiwatsel teaching ground in Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India on July 6, 2017. Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL

Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India – Celebrations of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 82nd birthday began according to established custom with members of his staff and attendants gathering to recite special prayers with him at his residence. From there he walked to the teaching pavilion on the Shiwatsel ground.

At the gate he encountered groups of Europeans and Indians who wished him a happy birthday. He stopped to talk to them about the need to work for a happier more peaceful world by coming to grips with our disturbing emotions. He told them that clear advice about how to do this can be found in the knowledge of ancient India and that the time has come to revive it.

Reaching the podium of the teaching pavilion, His Holiness greeted the growing crowd and told them that many friends in different parts of the world were celebrating his birthday. “In that spirit of friendship I’d like to thank all of you who have gathered here today.” From the throne he explained that a long-life offering was being made according to the rite of the White Tara Wish-fulfilling Wheel and that from his side he would also pray to live long.

As the prayer progressed, the mandala offering was made by Thiksey Rinpoche, while Ganden Trisur, Rizong Rinpoche took the role of Dorje Löbpön. Towards the end, as the procession of offerings was taking place, out on a platform in the middle of the audience, Tibetans in Ngaripa costume sang a Toepa song, the gist of which was, “the Buddhism of the Land of Snow is not in decline so long as we have His Holiness the Dalai Lama”, followed by verses for auspiciousness.

After a short break celebrations resumed. His Holiness came down to the front of the stage to greet members of the audience and took his seat in an armchair. All stood for the Tibetan and Indian national anthems.

Thinles Tsewang, President of the Ladakh Buddhist Association welcomed His Holiness, thanked him for coming, presented a gift to him to mark the occasion and assured him that all present prayed that he live long. A large iced cake was cut and distributed among the guests. Continua »

His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Pilgrimage to Leh Jokhang
Jul 6th, 2017 by admin

Pilgrimage to Leh Jokhang His Holiness the Dalai Lama reciting prayers at the Jokhang in Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India on July 5, 2017. Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL

Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India – Under intermittently cloudy skies, which provided some protection from the blazing sun, His Holiness the Dalai Lama drove from the placid Shiwatsel Phodrang where he stays on the outskirts of Leh into the heart of the city. The road was lined with groups of Ladakhis and Tibetans, including whole classes of school-children in their school uniform, who with smiling faces and folded hands were eager to salute him as he passed. His Holiness got out of his car in the Leh bazaar and walked to the Jokhang gate, shaking hands and exchanging greetings with members of the public as he went. He paid attention to the elderly and infirm seated just inside the gate and greeted old friends on his way to the Main Temple. Once inside he paid his respects before the images of Maitreya, Buddha Shakyamuni, Avalokiteshvara and others and took his seat facing the altar. A prayer to the Buddha was recited and tea served. His Holiness noted with pleasure that most of the congregation joined in, reciting by heart, and asked if they also knew the Heart Sutra, which was chanted too. Continua »

Addressing 2000 Tibetans in Boston
Jun 27th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama waving to the over 2000 Tibetans gathered to hear him speak in Boston, MA, USA on June 25, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

Boston, MA, USA – On a bright and breezy morning His Holiness the Dalai Lama drove across Boston today to address a gathering of 2000 Tibetans from the city and up and down the east coast. Backstage he met and comforted the elderly and infirm.

The event began with a representative delivering a citation from the Governor of Massachusetts, another presenting a gift from the Mayor of Boston and the President of the Boston Tibetan Association making his report. His Holiness began,

I’m here to meet Richie Davidson, so the opportunity arose also to meet all of you. Like Tibetans everywhere, you are keeping the spirit of Tibet alive. We’ve been in exile 58 years. In India we have the CTA. Major monasteries have been re-established and are thriving. Tibetans in exile are scattered all over the world, but wherever we are we form local communities, as you have done here, to preserve our identity and traditions. Those who live in free countries outside Tibet have a responsibility to keep up our spirits to encourage our brothers and sisters in Tibet who remain impressively determined.

In the face of restrictions on education in Tibetan, their spirit remains strong. But they are not free to do what they want. There is discrimination when Tibetans’ loyalty to their community is regarded with suspicion and labelled splittist, while Chinese loyalty to their community is praised. There needs to be equality.

Historically Tibet was a free and independent country in the 7th, 8th and 9th centuries, after which it fragmented. What has since held us together is our common religion, culture and language. Today, it’s very important that Tibetans of the Three Provinces remain united. While remaining within the PRC we want genuine autonomy so we can continue to keep our culture, language and traditions alive.” Continua »

H.H. Dalai Lama Meeting Tibetans in Minneapolis and Travelling on to Boston
Jun 26th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama thanking the gathering at the conclusion of his meeting with the Tibetan community in Minneapolis, MN, USA on June 24, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

Boston, MA, USA – The morning skies were a brilliant blue as His Holiness the Dalai Lama drove to the Minneapolis Convention Center to meet members of the Tibetan Community of Minnesota today. He was received by Tibetan American Foundation of Minnesota (TAFM) President Sonam Dhondup, who introduced him to State Senator Carolyn Laine, Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and Congresswoman Betty McCollum. His Holiness then briefly met with them, other Mayors and government representatives before they all took to the stage.

Sonam Dhondup publicly introduced Congresswoman Betty McCollum, who reminded His Holiness that she was in Dharamsala a month ago with the Nancy Pelosi’s bipartisan Congressional delegation. “Please accept our strong support for Tibetans in Minnesota,” she told him. “I was in Tibet in 2015. I saw the mountains, filled my lungs with the pure air and encountered the warmth of the Tibetan people—but they are not free. It’s past time for the Chinese to lift restrictions on religious freedom and cease violations of human rights. I received a letter from the Chinese consulate pressuring me not to meet with you, Your Holiness. I urge Congress and the people of the USA to stand with the Tibetan people. China is a powerful country, no doubt, but the USA is powerful too and free.” Continua »

Tibetano si sgozza per richiedere la libertà della capitale del Tibet Continua a leggere: Tibetano si sgozza per chiedere la libertà del Tibet
Jun 24th, 2017 by admin

Dharamshala, 23 giugno: Un tibetano è morto dopo essersi tagliato la gola nei pressi del tempio di Jhokhang a Lhasa, dopo aver gridato slogan quali “i tibetani non hanno né diritti né libertà” e “vogliamo essere liberi”; ha riportato la notizia il giornale Voce del Tibet.
Secondo un testimone, l’incidente è avvenuto intorno alle 10:00 ora locale, vicino a Jokhang e subito dopo la polizia locale e gli agenti di sicurezza sono arrivati ​​sulla scena e hanno circondato il luogo da quattro lati usando grandi teli.

Hanno coperto la zona con teli di colore blu scuro, nel tentativo di nascondere l’incidente. Gli agenti hanno proibito ai tibetani vicini al luogo dell’incidente di avvicinarsi e han detto loro che si trattava di un caso di suicidio e non di una protesta”.

In una foto scattata pochi minuti dopo l’arrivo delle autorità si vedono alcuni ufficiali in uniforme che sorreggono grandi teli nel tentativo di bloccare la vista e sorvegliare l’area.

A causa delle immediate restrizioni da parte della polizia locale e degli agenti di sicurezza, l’identità del tibetano rimane ancora sconosciuta. Tuttavia, la fonte ha confermato che era un laico e che è morto sul colpo.

Phayul, 23 giugno 2017

Traduzione Andrea Sinnove,LRF Italia Onlus

English article,Phayul:

His Holiness the Dalai Lama: Compassion is one thing we need, but being realistic is another.
Jun 24th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama greeting Forest Whitaker in a discussion on compassion at the Starkey Campus in Minneapolis, MN, USA on June 23, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

Participating in a Panel Discussion on Compassion

Minneapolis, MN, USA – After yesterday’s rain, it was bright and clear as His Holiness the Dalai Lama drove to the William F Austin Building on the Starkey Campus this morning. Bill and Tani Austin welcomed him and introduced him to Forest Whitaker the moderator of the morning’s panel discussion, who he first met last year.

In the auditorium, Tani Austin introduced the panel to an audience of about 250 politicians, businessmen and women and Starkey employees. She spoke of her husband, Bill Austin’s rise from humble beginnings to being a world citizen. Actor Forest Whitaker, as well as working to empower children in places of conflict, is an advocate of sustainable development and a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador. In describing His Holiness as needing no introduction Mrs Austin meant that everyone in the room had heard his name, but she said she wanted to read a summary of his life so they would also understand something about him. Continua »

His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Guest of Starkey Hearing Technologies
Jun 23rd, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama looks on as a member of his entourage undergoes an ear examination at Starkey Hearing Technologies in Minneapolis, MN, USA on June 22, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

Minneapolis, MN, USA – It was raining this morning as His Holiness the Dalai Lama left his hotel to visit the campus of Starkey Hearing Technologies. Co-founder Tani Austin and her sons welcomed him on arrival and escorted him into the facility where Bill Austin was ready to show him around. His Holiness observed as a couple of members of his entourage had their ears checked—a process clearly displayed on a screen—and preparations were made to treat them. In the meantime, he and Bill Austin discussed the crucial importance of hearing in language and human communications.

In his address to 2000 Starkey employees, His Holiness mentioned that he had first met Bill Austin on a previous visit to the US and that subsequently Austin had come to visit him in Dharamsala. He expressed admiration for the work he, and they, are doing to help people improve and recover their hearing.

All of us 7 billion human beings want to live a happy life. When we’re children we need and value our parents’ affection, but as we grow up we seem to increasingly neglect it. Our education system tends to set material goals, paying little attention to basic human values.

All our religious traditions convey a message of love, tolerance and forgiveness, self-discipline and contentment. Follow such teachings should make us compassionate, but today we are aware of people who quarrel, fight and even kill in the name of religion. Our education system gives little guidance about love and affection despite what we 7 billion human beings have in common. We are born the same way, brought up the same way and we die the same way. Continua »

Nomadi tibetani forzati dalle città di reinsediamento
Jun 21st, 2017 by admin

I nomadi tibetani che erano stati costretti a spostarsi dai tradizionali terreni di pascolo a Qinghai ora sono stati chiamati a tornare; le autorità hanno cominciato a trasformare loro attuali case in centri turistici e alloggi per dipendenti governativi.

La nuova politica, annunciata lo scorso anno ha colpito i residenti delle città di Dzatoe e Domda nel Yulshul ed ha influenzato negativamente i tibetani reinsediati, che hanno visto ridurre le loro mandrie da quando sono stati spostati per la prima volta.

Dopo due anni nelle nuove città, i residenti sono ora costretti a tornare nei loro pascoli originali senza i loro animali, che sono la principale fonte di sussistenza delle comunità nomade tibetane. La Cina è chiamata a pianificare un’ importante progetto di sviluppo turistico nel luogo in cui i nomadi tibetani erano stati costretti a spostarsi qualche anno fa”, ha riferito una fonte a Radio Free Asia, parlando a condizione di anonimato. Continua »

His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Meetings with Teachers and Business Leaders
Jun 21st, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaking to school principals and teachers in Newport Beach, CA, USA on June 20, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

Newport Beach, CA, USA – Anaheim city school principals and teachers, friends of Mayor Tom Tait came to meet His Holiness the Dalai Lama this morning. In his introduction to His Holiness Mayor Tait mentioned the positive change that the City of Kindness project, and participating in the One Million Acts of Kindness campaign, has brought to Anaheim’s schools. He recalled that when Ven Tenzin Dhonden heard about what they were doing, he brought Mayor Tait to meet His Holiness in Dharamsala, for which he thanked him.

Firstly, I very much appreciate this opportunity to meet with people who are actively involved in education,” His Holiness began. “Our common goal is to build a happier humanity. The greater part of this century is still ahead of us. I believe that if we start working now on this with a clear vision now, the later part of the century could be happier and more peaceful. Continua »

His Holiness the Dalai Lama Meeting with Members of Young Presidents’ Organization
Jun 20th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama with members of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) in Newport Beach, CA, USA on June 19, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

Newport Beach, CA, USA – After Tibetans and other well-wishers had gathered to see him off from San Diego this morning, His Holiness the Dalai Lama left early by road and made good time to Newport Beach. About 120 Tibetans, Vietnamese, Chinese and other friends, Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait principal among them, were on hand to welcome him.

The Tibetans had prepared the ‘chema changpu’ traditional welcome, from which the guest takes a pinch of tsampa and grain and tosses it in the air making propitious wishes before dipping a finger into a cup of chang. His Holiness did this and guided Mayor Tait in how to do it too. Continua »

His Holiness the Dalai Lama Meetings with Indians and Tibetans
Jun 19th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama with members of the Indian community during their meeting in San Diego, CA, USA on June 18, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

San Diego, CA, USA – San Diego was barely stirring when His Holiness the Dalai Lama set out this morning to visit the San Diego Zoo. He was welcomed at the gate by Mayor Kevin Faulconer, his wife and President of the Zoo Douglas Meyers.

To begin with he was shown a short video outlining the important role the Zoo plays in conservation, both of species of animals and in some cases the plants on which they depend.

His Holiness rode in an electric buggy round the park from which he viewed various birds and animals. He was shown a Malayan tiger, a leopard, a lion and a cheetah among the big cats. He saw elephants being washed down and heard that San Diego is the destination of all the elephants in the USA when they retire. The Zoo looks after some very elderly elephants. Amongst the birds he saw condors, a peacock and hornbill, as well as a flock of flamingos. At one stop an Australian koala and a baby python were brought to him. Elsewhere he saw giraffes and rhinoceroses. Continua »

University of California San Diego Commencement
Jun 18th, 2017 by admin

San Diego, CA, USA – Early morning mist still hung over San Diego as His Holiness the Dalai Lama drove to the RIMAC Field, where he was received once again by University of California San Diego (UCSD) Chancellor Pradeep Khosla. Members of UCSD faculty and leadership were lined up to be introduced to him. Like them he donned the University gown and cap. There were cheers from the audience as he walked onto the stage. The commencement ceremony began with everyone standing for an acappella rendition of the National Anthem.

Chancellor Pradeep Khosla began by congratulating the class of 2017 and welcoming graduates, parents and the keynote speaker. He introduced His Holiness to the gathering, describing where he was born and his achievements adding that he was about to give him the UCSD medal, the University’s highest award. There was also a garland of flowers and a string of beads, but when he presented His Holiness with a UCSD Triton baseball visor and he put it on a loud cheer went up.

His Holiness began his address in his customary way: Respected elder brothers and sisters and mainly younger brothers and sisters, I’m extremely happy to participate in this—I don’t know the word—commencement. I first started to learn English in the 1940s, but it’s still pretty broken. As a Buddhist monk I felt that English wasn’t strictly necessary to reach Buddhahood and since my childhood I’ve tended to be a lazy student.

Meeting with young people like you I’m aware you are the future of humanity. And here and now at the beginning of the 21st century you have the opportunity and responsibility to create a better world, a happier world—a world without violence or the yawning gap between rich and poor. We older ones may not live to see it, but you will. Continua »

His Holiness the Dalai Lama in San Diego: Meeting with the Press and a Public Talk
Jun 17th, 2017 by admin

 

San Diego, CA, USA – Arriving at the University of California San Diego’s RIMAC Field Arena in the warm West Coast sunshine, His Holiness the Dalai Lama was welcomed by UCSD Chancellor Pradeep Khosla. Reputed television journalist Ann Curry then escorted him into a meeting with members of the media. She introduced him and asked if he would like to give his own preamble. “Wherever I go,” His Holiness began, “I feel I’m one of you, one of the 7 billion human beings alive today. We are physically, mentally and emotionally the same. From birth, we all want to live a happy life and that is our right. However, many of my friends share the view that our existing education systems are inadequate when it comes to preparing people to be more compassionate—one of the conditions for being happy. As a human brother I’m committed to letting people know that we all possess the seeds of love and compassion. However, having a smart brain is not enough; we also need a warm heart. Continua »

His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Teachings for Tibetan Youth Conclude
Jun 10th, 2017 by admin

Thekchen Chöling, Dharamsala, HP, India – After storms in the night, the morning was cool as His Holiness the Dalai Lama walked through the yard to take his seat in the temple. He asked for the day’s debate demonstration to begin immediately and students from Sherab Gatsel Lobling School opened with a discussion of the awakening mind of bodhichitta.

Today we’ll read the ‘Commentary on the Awakening Mind’,” His Holiness began. “It starts by reviewing various different philosophical positions and towards the end deals with the conventional awakening mind that you have just been discussing. First, I’d like everyone to recite the ‘Praise to the Seventeen Nalanda Masters’.”

Introducing the texts he was going to read, His Holiness explained that the ‘Commentary on the Awakening Mind’ is short, but deals with the full range of the Buddha’s teachings. He said he’d chosen the second work, the ‘Thirty-seven Practices’ by the Bodhisattva Thogme Sangpo, as a model for daily practice.

His Holiness observed that another of Nagarjuna’s treatises, the ‘Jewel Garland’ distinguishes between practices that lead to high status or better rebirth and those that lead to liberation. Continua »

His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 2° Day of Teachings for Tibetan Youth
Jun 7th, 2017 by admin

Second Day of Teachings for Tibetan Youth

Thekchen Chöling, Dharamsala, HP, India – To make an auspicious start to the second day of teachings for Tibetan youth, His Holiness the Dalai Lama requested the visiting group of about 60 Thai monks to recite the Mangala Sutta.

Students from classes 7, 8 and 9 at Upper TCV gave an energetic debate presentation discussing vowels and consonants. They were followed by a group of TCV staff who debated questions of science to which His Holiness listened intently.

Addressing the audience of 8200 people, including 2800 primarily Tibetan students and 1500 foreigners from 71 countries, His Holiness spoke of the Nalanda tradition, its inner values and the stress it puts on employing logic and reason as assets to be put to the service of all humanity.

This is something worth trying,” he said. “We may feel at peace here, but elsewhere murderous violence has broken out. There have been the recent savage attacks in Britain and in other places millions are on the verge of starvation. In all of these crises human beings are involved. We need to remind ourselves that basic human nature is compassionate. We are open, friendly and cheerful as children, why do we become aggressive and violent when we grow up? Continua »

Annual Teachings for Tibetan Youth Begin at Thekchen Chöling
Jun 6th, 2017 by admin

Thekchen Chöling, Dharamsala, HP, India – Even at 8 o’clock it was hot in Dharamsala this morning. When His Holiness the Dalai Lama emerged from his residence he was met by costumed singers from TCV who escorted him to the Tsuglagkhang. The temple and its surrounding verandas were filled with young students. The monks who would normally have been sat there were assembled on one side of the yard down below.

After His Holiness had taken his seat on the throne a group of TCV students from class 3 upwards stood before him and fervently recited verses from Akya Yongzin’s ‘Compendium of Ways of Knowing’ by heart. They ended with a single verse prayer for His Holiness‘s long life. His Holiness smiled and told them:

I memorized this text myself when I was ten years old, so I was able to join in with you just now. It’s very important to know how the mind works. Peace of mind is not something that can be directed from outside. It needs to be approached from within. It’s because our minds tend to be unruly that we see problems in the world such as the shocking killing that is taking place and the growing gap between rich and poor. To tackle such problems we need a calm, disciplined mind.

Religious people pray for peace, but prayer alone is not enough, what will bring peace in the world is people cultivating peace of mind. As it is said, ‘Buddhas do not wash unwholesome deeds away with water, nor do they remove the sufferings of beings with their hands, neither do they transplant their own realization into others. Teaching the truth of suchness they liberate (beings)’. The Buddhas help us by revealing the truth.” Continua »

Cina: arrestati più di 40 tibetani durante proteste per diritti sull’acqua Continua a leggere: Cina: arrestati più di 40 tibetani durante proteste per diritti sull’acqua
Jun 5th, 2017 by admin

Le autorità della provincia cinese di Quinghai hanno arrestato più di quaranta tibetani a seguito di scontri, che hanno provocato decine di feriti, avvenuti tra la polizia e gli abitanti del villaggio per i diritti sull’acqua, riferiscono informatori tibetani.

Il primo giugno i tibetani del villaggio di Shitsa, nella contea autonoma di Huzhou (in cinese,Hualong) della prefettura di Tsoshar (Haidong), hanno chiesto spiegazioni alle autorità sui piani per deviare una via d’acqua che rifornisce il loro villaggio, al vicino villaggio di Tharga, i cui residenti sono perlopiù mussulmani di etnia Hui. Continua »

Il Dalai Lama: Mi potrei reincarnare solo dove c’è libertà.
May 31st, 2017 by admin

His Holiness Dalai Lama at Express Adda with Vandita Mishra, in New Delhi on Wednesday. EXPRESS PHOTO BY PRAVEEN KHANNA 24 05 2017.

Il Dalai Lama: inaccettabile che io possa reincarnarmi in un paese privo della libertà

Il 25 maggio, a New Delhi, ospite di Adda Express, un ramo operativo multimediale del gruppo editoriale Indian Express, il Dalai Lama ha dichiarato che sarebbe inaccettabile il riconoscimento della sua reincarnazione in un paese privo della libertà.

Rivolgendosi al folto pubblico presente il leader spirituale tibetano ha affermato che se la situazione in Tibet non cambierà morirà in India ma, non essendo necessario che il riconoscimento della reincarnazione avvenga nel paese in cui lascerà il corpo, un eventuale riconoscimento in un paese privo della libertà sarebbe inaccettabile. Sull’argomento della prosecuzione del suo lignaggio, il Dalai Lama ha ribadito che la decisione spetterà al popolo tibetano e che la questione sarà affrontata “in modo più approfondito” al compimento del suo 90° anno. Sulla legittimità del governo cinese ad avere voce in capitolo sul riconoscimento della reincarnazione, il leader tibetano ha detto sorridendo che “i comunisti cinesi devono anzitutto accettare il concetto di rinascita e quindi quello di reincarnazione. Devono inoltre provare una forte connessione morale con il lignaggio del Dalai Lama”. Continua »

Meeting with Students from the Emory University Summer Abroad Program
May 30th, 2017 by admin

Thekchen Chöling, Dharamsala, HP, India – His Holiness the Dalai Lama met with a group of students taking part in the Emory Tibetan Mind/Body Sciences Summer Abroad Program at his residence today. He greeted them warmly.

On a physical level, India has been my second home for the last 58 years,” he told them. “But on a mental level, since the age of 6 when I began to study, I have been immersed in ancient Indian knowledge. We are stateless refugees, but India is the source and home of what we know. And the freedom India has afforded us the opportunity to meet and get to know many different people, spiritual leaders and scientists among them. Continua »

Avalokiteshvara Empowerment at the Beginning of the Month of Saga Dawa
May 27th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama taking his seat on his arrival at the Main Tibetan Temple in Dharamsala, HP, India on May 27, 2017. Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL

Thekchen Chöling, Dharamsala, HP, India – The Tsuglagkhang, its surrounding areas and the yard below were filled with smiling faces, Tibetans’ and foreigners’, happy to see His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He took his seat on the throne and began the preparations he needed to complete to give an Avalokiteshvara empowerment.

Today is a special occasion,” he said, addressing the crowd, “linked to the collection of six-syllable mantras that we generally perform every year in this month that commemorates the Buddha’s enlightenment. We do this recitation for the benefit of all sentient beings, but especially those human beings on this earth disturbed by attachment and anger. As Shantideva says, we don’t want suffering, but we run after its causes—the disturbing emotions within us. The Buddha said, “Don’t commit unwholesome deeds, do virtue”. In general actions that result in happiness count as virtue. Those that result in the suffering of others are unwholesome. Continua »

Launch of Arun Shourie’s book ‘Two Saints’
May 27th, 2017 by admin

Alan Shourie, Fali Nariman and Shyam Saran enjoying a moment of laughter as His Holiness the Dalai Lama answers a question from the audience at the launch of “Two Saints” at the Indian International Centre in New Delhi, India on May 25, 2017. Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL

New Delhi, India – This afternoon, as His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived at Delhi’s Indian International Centre in the sweltering heat, he was received by his old friend Dr Kapila Vatsyayan and his host, Arun Shourie. In the auditorium a representative of HarperCollins India introduced the occasion as the launch of Arun Shourie’s new book, ‘Two Saints’, which focuses on Ramakrishna Paramahansa and Ramana Maharshi.

In his preamble Arun Shourie praised His Holiness. He said that given that the number of Tibetans in exile is smaller than the population of Karol Bagh, the fact that Tibet is a matter of world concern is due to his efforts. He also noted with admiration that His Holiness takes the view that Buddhism must face facts. He states that where empirical observation contradicts scripture, the facts should prevail. Continua »

Indian Express Adda
May 25th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaking at an Indian Express Adda in New Delhi, India on May 24, 2017. Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL

New Delhi, India – His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s journey back to Delhi this morning was uneventful. After lunch he was invited to participate in an Indian Express Adda, an informal interaction with Anant Goenka, Executive Director and Vandita Mishra, National Opinions Editor of the Indian Express group. There were far more people wanting to be part of the audience than there were seats in the room. Many ended up sitting on the floor. Continua »

Seminar on ‘Social Justice and Dr BR Ambedkar’ May 23, 2017
May 24th, 2017 by admin

Sita Lakshmi, Chief of the News Bureau of the Bengaluru edition of the Times of India interviewing His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Bengaluru, Karnataka, India on May 23, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India – His Holiness the Dalai Lama flew from Delhi to Bengaluru yesterday and was welcomed on arrival by Shri H Amjaneya, Minister for Social Welfare in the Karnataka Government. After a powerful thunderstorm last night, this morning the sky was clear and the sun shone as His Holiness drove to Dr Ambedkar Bhavan. The approach roads were lined with Tibetans, many of them young students, eager to catch a glimpse of him. His arrival was marked by spirited drumming. Accompanied by his fellow guests, Shri Mallikarjuna Kharge, Leader of the Congress Parliamentary Party, and an old friend, and Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, he entered the 1200 seat auditorium which was filled to capacity. Continua »

Tibet: muore tra le fiamme il giovane monaco Jamyang Losel in Amdo
May 23rd, 2017 by admin

Jamyang Losel

22 maggio 2017. Jamyang Losel, un monaco tibetano di 22 anni, si è dato la morte con il fuoco il 18 maggio a Chengtsa, nella Prefettura Autonoma Tibetana di Huangnan, Regione dell’Amdo.

Il giovane monaco, appartenente al monastero di Jerteng, situato nel villaggio di Nangra, si è cosparso di benzina e si è dato fuoco attorno alla mezzanotte di giovedì scorso nelle vicinanze della Ruota di Preghiera di Chengtsa. Fonti tibetane hanno fatto sapere che Jamyang è deceduto a causa delle gravissime ustioni riportate. Le autorità cinesi hanno rifiutato di consegnare il corpo ai famigliari.

Sale a quattro il numero dei tibetani che si sono autoimmolati in Tibet nel 2017 in segno di protesta contro l’occupazione cinese. Sono 150 i tibetani che dal 2009 ad oggi sono ricorsi a questo gesto estremo e si sa con certezza che almeno 125 sono deceduti. Continua »

Macchine della verità per i quadri del CCP in Tibet Orientale per verificare la lealtà
May 22nd, 2017 by admin

I media di stato cinesi della tumultuosa regione tibetana di Kardze hanno riportato che, in una mossa bizzarra e draconiana, agli ufficiali del partito comunista del Tibet orientale, nella provincia di Sichuan, è stato chiesto di sottoporsi alla macchina della verità per testare la loro fedeltà al Partito. Continua »

Interaction with Students Focussed on Secular Ethics
May 20th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaking to a group of students at his residence in Dharamsala, HP, India on May 19, 2017. Photo by Tenzin Phuntsok/OHHDL

Thekchen Chöling, Dharamsala, HP, India – Three different groups of students met with His Holiness the Dalai Lama at his residence today. Ten from the University of Minnesota are taking a short course in Tibetan Medicine at the Men-tsee-khang. Twenty were from the University of Guelph, Canada, and are serving as volunteers within the Tibetan community in Dharamsala. They were joined by twenty-five students and staff from Tong Len a charitable trust whose vision is to support displaced Indian communities in the Kangra Valley, North India.  Continua »

Delegazione bipartisan USA in visita a Dharamsala. E’ un ragazzo di soli 16 anni l’ultimo autoimmolato in Tibet
May 13th, 2017 by admin

12 maggio 2017. Una delegazione parlamentare USA guidata dalla leader democratica di minoranza Nancy Pelosi e dal repubblicano Jim Sensenbrenner è stata ricevuta a Dharamsala dal Dalai Lama e da Lobsang Sangay, Primo Ministro dell’esecutivo tibetano in esilio

Gli otto membri della delegazione, che comprendeva i parlamentari Eliot Engel, Jim McGovern, Betty McCollum, Judy Chu, Joyce Beatty e Pramila Jayapal, sono arrivati a Dharamsala il giorno 9 maggio. Ricevuti dal Dalai Lama nella sua residenza, si sono poi recati presso la sede del governo tibetano in esilio e hanno visitato il Tibetan Children’s Village.

L’incontro dei membri del Congresso con il leader spirituale tibetano e i rappresentanti dell’Amministrazione Centrale Tibetana è culminato il 10 maggio, alla presenza di centinaia di tibetani festanti, con una grande cerimonia di benvenuto organizzata presso lo Tsuglakhan, il principale tempio di Dharamsala (nella foto). Nel suo discorso Nancy Pelosi, da anni vicina alle istanze del popolo tibetano, ha affermato che i membri della delegazione intendono adoperarsi per la ripresa del dialogo da anni interrotto tra il governo cinese e i rappresentanti del governo tibetano in esilio e battersi per la difesa dei diritti umani e dell’ambiente in Tibet. Continua »

US Congressional Delegation Given a Warm Welcome at Thekchen Chöling
May 12th, 2017 by admin

Members of the bipartisan US Congressional Delegation, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and President of the Central Tibetan Administration Dr Lobsang Sangay arriving at the Tsuglagkhang courtyard to attend a public reception in Dharamsala, HP, India on May 10, 2017. Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL

Thekchen Chöling, Dharamsala, HP, India – The yard before the Tsuglagkhang was packed with people today, mostly Tibetans, from all walks of life, eager to greet a US Bipartisan Congressional Delegation led by Representatives Nancy Pelosi and Jim Sensenbrenner. The delegation arrived for a two day visit yesterday. They met His Holiness the Dalai Lama and had lunch with him. In the afternoon they visited the Tibetan Children’s Village School and later met with the Kashag and leaders from among Tibetan Women. In the evening they were invited to dinner by the Central Tibetan Administration and were entertained at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA). Continua »

Funzionari del Partito Comunista Cinese accusati di aver finanziato il Dalai Lama. Ultim’ora: un nuovo caso di autoimmolazione in Tibet.
May 5th, 2017 by admin

4 maggio 2017. Il capo della Commissione Disciplinare del Partito Comunista cinese all’interno della cosiddetta Regione Autonoma Tibetana ha accusato alcuni alti funzionari del Partito di avere fornito aiuti finanziari al Dalai Lama.

Senza rendere pubblici i nomi degli accusati e senza specificare se i funzionari in questione siano di etnia tibetana o han, Wang Yongjun ha dichiarato che alcuni membri del Partito “sono venuti meno ai propri obblighi e hanno messo a repentaglio la lotta anti separatista in atto nel paese”. Li ha inoltre beffeggiati accusandoli di “avere perduto la loro integrità politica e di avere completamente dimenticato la disciplina di Partito”. “Alcuni hanno persino fornito aiuti finanziari alla cricca del Dalai Lama, hanno aderito a gruppi clandestini secessionisti e fornito informazioni ad organizzazioni straniere”. Continua »

Thupten Jinpa, Voice for Compassion
May 4th, 2017 by admin

Six-year-old Thupten Jinpa once held the Dalai Lama’s hand during a school visit. In 1985, His Holiness asked Jinpa to be his principal English translator, which he has been ever since.

Thupten Jinpa, Voice for Compassion

By Lindsay Kyte, May 3, 2017

Thupten Jinpa is best known as the Dalai Lama’s translator, but this Buddhist Renaissance man has many roles—scholar, author, and leader in the dialogue between science and Buddhism. Driving them all, says Lindsay Kyte, is his mission to help us all be more compassionate.

My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.” His Holiness the Dalai Lama

It’s in the teachings of my own Tibetan Buddhist tradition where I find many of the tools that help me navigate the challenges of everyday living in the contemporary world,” says scholar and translator Thupten Jinpa. Continua »

Core Committee Working on the Curriculum for Universal Values Reports Back
Apr 30th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama with members of the Core Committee Working on the Curriculum for Universal Values after their meeting in New Delhi, India on April 28, 2017. Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL

With regard to teacher training there was a consensus that teachers should not just master a set of guidelines, but should embody the ethics they are teaching about. The next point of agreement was that the framework for Social, Emotional and Ethical Learning pioneered at Emory University should serve as the basis for any programme for developing secular ethics or universal values as envisioned by His Holiness. Topics covered included the basic framework, progress in curriculum development, issues of quality control, accreditation and approval from His Holiness‘s Office. Continua »

The Prof ML Sondhi Prize for International Politics
Apr 29th, 2017 by admin

His Holiness the Dalai Lama addressing the audience after receiving the Professor ML Sondhi Prize for International Politics to His Holiness the Dalai Lama in New Delhi, India on April 27, 2017. Photo by Lobsang Tsering/OHHDL

New Delhi, India – On his way to meet the Core Committee Working on the Curriculum for Universal Values this morning, His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s car had negotiate its way round not one but two large puja elephants ambling along the road. Welcomed at the door by his host Analjit Singh and his son Vir, His Holiness first lit a ceremonial lamp to inaugurate the meeting. Geshe Lhakdor moderated today’s session which was an opportunity for delegates from several educational institutions to report to His Holiness about their deliberations yesterday. Continua »

Celebrato il compleanno dell’XI Panchen Lama a 22 anni dalla sua sparizione. A Roma il convegno: “La questione tibetana, il Panchen Lama e il controllo della religione in Tibet”
Apr 28th, 2017 by admin

27 aprile 2017. Il 25 aprile i tibetani e i sostenitori della loro causa in tutto il mondo hanno celebrato il 28°compleanno di Gedhun Choekyi Nyma, XI Panchen Lama del Tibet, scomparso nel 1995 a soli sei anni di età.Di grande interesse il convegno “La Questione Tibetana, il Panchen Lama e il controllo della religione in Tibet”, svoltosi a Roma, presso la sede del Partito Radicale, il 26 aprile. L’evento è stato organizzato da Amnesty International, dall’ Associazione Italia-Tibet e dal Partito Radicale Nonviolento Transnazionale e Transpartito. Sono intervenuti: Claudio Cardelli (presidente dell’Associazione Italia – Tibet), Chodup Tchiring (membro della Comunità Tibetana in Italia), Tseten Longhini (presidente della Sezione Italiana dell’Associazione delle Donne Tibetane), Laura Harth (vice coordinatrice della Campagna per il Diritto alla Conoscenza, Partito Radicale Nonviolento Transnazionale e Transpartito), Paolo Pobbiati (membro del Comitato Direttivo di Amnesty International Italia), Nicola Morra (senatore, Movimento 5 Stelle). Molti gli argomenti discussi: si è parlato di Asia, Buddismo, Cina, Cultura, Dalai Lama, Donna, Economia, Esteri, Pancen Lama, Pannella, Politica, Religione, Società, Storia, Tibet, Violenza.

La registrazione audio dell’evento (durata 2h.) al sito:

https://www.radioradicale.it/scheda/506751/la-questione-tibetana-il-panchen-lama-e-il-controllo-della-religione-in-tibet

Continua »

The Politics of Reincarnation: India, China, and the Dalai Lama
Apr 22nd, 2017 by admin

The Politics of Reincarnation: India, China, and the Dalai Lama

Will the Dalai Lama reincarnate in Tawang?

By Tshering Chonzom Bhutia. April 20, 2017

The Dalai Lama’s visit to Tawang district in Arunachal Pradesh from April 7 to 11 garnered plenty of media attention. One of the most prominently discussed questions centered around the Dalai Lama’s reincarnation.

The Chinese side was unequivocal in not only objecting to the visit but also commenting on the reincarnation issue. The Chinese position, as encapsulated in remarks by scholars from important Chinese think tanks, is that the Dalai Lama’s reincarnation has to be approved by the Chinese government and selection has to be based on a combination of not just “historical rules” but also current “Chinese laws.” Continua »

Tibet: ancora un caso di autoimmolazione a Kardze
Apr 20th, 2017 by admin

18 aprile 2017. Wangchuk Tseten, un tibetano di trent’anni padre di tre figli, ha cercato la morte con il fuoco il 15 aprile a Kardze, capitale dell’omonima Prefettura Autonoma Tibetana, nella regione del Kham.

Wangchuk Tseten era originario del villaggio di Asey, nella Contea di Nyarong. Si è dato fuoco intorno alle sette del mattino (ora locale) nella piazza principale della città di Kardze. In un video postato su Facebook si vedono alcuni agenti di sicurezza cinesi nell’atto di spegnere con gli estintori le fiamme che avvolgono una persona immobile a terra. Fonti tibetane hanno riferito che il corpo di Wangchuk, devastato dal fuoco, è stato portato dalla polizia in una località al momento sconosciuta. Non si hanno notizie precise sulle sue condizioni di salute ma chi ha assistito a questo nuovo caso di autoimmolazione ritiene assai improbabile che possa essere sopravvissuto. Continua »

Il Dalai Lama in Italia
Apr 17th, 2017 by admin

Il Dalai Lama in Italia

Siamo lieti di comunicare che Sua Santità il XIV Dalai Lama ha accettato l’invito rivolto dall’Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa di Pomaia e sarà in Toscana dal 19 al 21 settembre 2017. Tale visita seguirà quella in Sicilia dal 16 al 18 settembre in ragione dell’invito delle città di Messina e Palermo.
La visita in Toscana prevede inizialmente un
 incontro pubblico a Firenze nella giornata del 19 settembre. L’iniziativa è sostenuta dal Comune di Firenze che a propria volta ha invitato in città Sua Santità il Dalai Lama.
Nelle giornate del 20 e 21 settembre il Dalai Lama si trasferirà a
 Pisa dove parteciperà ad un simposio organizzato in collaborazione tra l’Università di Pisa e l’Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa  Continua »

A Final Empowerment, a Long-Life Offering and a Public Talk
Apr 14th, 2017 by admin

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, India – Last night’s heavy rain left the morning sky clear and the early morning sun shone on the mist wreathed hills as His Holiness the Dalai Lama travelled again to the Yiga Choezin teaching ground. In the yard of Tawang Monastery, on the road down and lining his path to the throne, people waited eagerly to greet him. From the throne he addressed them.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama acknowledging the crowd of over 50,000 gathered to attend the final day of his teachings at the Yiga Choezin teaching ground in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, India on April 10, 2017. Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL

This is the third day of these public teachings. On the first I gave an introduction to the Buddha’s teachings and read the ‘Stages of Meditation’ to you. The traditional approach begins by explaining death and impermanence and so on, but I don’t find that so appropriate. I prefer to follow the pattern of Maitreya’s ‘Ornament for Clear Realization’ that begins with the Two Truths, conventional and ultimate, and goes on to examine the Four Noble Truths as well as taking refuge in the Three Jewels.

Starting with the Two Truths means introducing emptiness at the outset, which can be done in terms of dependent arising. It’s an approach that can have a universal appeal. Just as other religions present a saviour, Buddhists have the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha, which Chandrakirti describes as the refuge of those who aspire to liberation. I referred to this approach in a verse towards the end of the Praise to the 17 Nalanda Masters.

By understanding the meaning of the two truths, the way things exist,
We ascertain through the four truths how we arrive in and how we leave the cycle of existence.
Engendered by valid cognition our faith in the three refuges will be firm.
May I be blessed to establish the root of the path to liberation. Continua »

Il Dalai Lama parla della Cina
Apr 13th, 2017 by admin

Il Dalai Lama parla della Cina

Il leader spirituale del buddismo tibetano ha detto l’8 aprile che tocca ai suoi seguaci decidere se esisterà ancora un Dalai Lama in futuro.

In un discorso fatto a decine di migliaia di suoi seguaci a Tawang, nell’Arunachal Pradesh, la secondo più alta sede del buddismo tibetano, il Dalai Lama ha negato di sapere dove il suo successore sarebbe nato.

Alla domanda se il prossimo Dalai Lama potrebbe essere una donna, ha poi detto, «Questo anche potrebbe accadere». Continua »

Il Dalai Lama arriva a Pisa, convegno e incontro con gli studenti il 20 e 21 settembre ’17
Apr 13th, 2017 by admin

Il Dalai Lama arriva a Pisa, convegno e incontro con gli studenti

Il leader spirituale del Tibet il 20 e 21 settembre in Toscana per partecipare a un simposio internazionale all’Università. di Valeria Strambi

I misteri della mente indagati in un simposio internazionale in cui l’ospite d’onore sarà niente meno che il Dalai Lama. Si chiama “The Mindscience of Reality” il dibattito che andrà in scena il 20 e 21 settembre prossimi al Palazzo dei Congressi di Pisa e al quale parteciperà proprio il leader spirituale del Tibet. L’iniziativa è organizzata dall’Università di Pisa insieme all’Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa di Pomaia e prevede un dibattito tra studiosi di fama internazionale nel campo delle Neuroscienze, della Fisica e della Filosofia. Ma prima di partecipare al convegno, che sarà riservato a non più di mille persone, la mattina del 20 settembre il Dalai Lama terrà un incontro pubblico aperto agli studenti e all’intera cittadinanza.
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Empowerment and Visits to Ugyen Ling & the Dorje Khandu Memorial Museum
Apr 12th, 2017 by admin

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, India – His Holiness the Dalai Lama reached Yiga Choezin earlier today in order to do the preparatory rituals required for him to give an Avalokiteshvara Empowerment.

At the request of local MLA Jambey Tashi he signed placards concerning projects in other places. One related to the Dolma Lhakhang that has been built at Lumla, another depicted a statue of Guru Padmasambhava at Lunpo Zemithang near the Tibetan border. He also unveiled a foundation stone for a statue of Maitreya to be constructed near the border with Bhutan.

The Buddha was someone who taught about dependent arising from his own experience,’ His Holiness explained when he was ready. “It’s important not only to try to be good people, but also good followers of the Buddha. What is unique about his teaching, his explanation of dependent arising free of extremes, is highlighted in the opening verses of Nagarjuna’s ‘Fundamental Wisdom of the Middle Way’.

I prostrate to the Perfect Buddha,
The best of teachers, who taught that
Whatever is dependently arisen is
Unceasing, unborn, Continua »

Il Dalai Lama: “Memorabile la mia visita in Arunachal Pradesh”
Apr 12th, 2017 by admin