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Re: Theos-World Re: Some thoughts on the situation of Tibet

Nov 29, 2008 07:22 AM
by adelasie

Let us please as theosophists and children of the Earth remember not 
to speak falsely, critically or unnecessarily against others. Let us 
remember that the great Teachers who come to us come in a physical 
body with personality and weaknesses such as our own, or they could 
not come to earth to bring us the lessons we need to learn the most. 
Let us remember that a person such as H.H. the Dalai Lama has 
suffered more than we can imagine and that if he can still find 
something to laugh about, we may as well rejoice for him. Perhaps his 
ability to be joyful in spite of tremendous suffering is an 
inspiration to us all to emulate, as we tread our own path of pain 
and suffering. Let us please try to remember that humanity is in a 
cyclic transition of vast magnitude, that theosophy and all other 
inspirational truth offerings in this cycle are sent by the Masters 
of Compassion and Wisdom to guide and protect us, to enable us to be 
the architects of a better world to come. Let us be grateful for 
those, such as H.H the Dalai Lama, who have obviouisly sacrificed 
much to be of help to his brothers and sisters. Let us focus on the 
good he has done, bringing to the western world the ancient Tibetan 
Buddhist teachings at a time when the west badly needs some inner 
understanding. Let us support H.H. the Dalai Lama in all he does, 
unconditionally, realizing that in that way we help him do his work, 
the work we all share of helping to raise the consciousness of 
humanity to awareness of the Unity of all Life.


On 29 Nov 2008 at 2:24, wrote:

> Richard,
> Again they manage to not mention the arrest, and kidnaping of the 
> Tashi Lama who they bundled away to China and who the Chinese 
> replaced with a Chinese substitute. The Real Tashi Lama, the True 
> Spiritual Leader of Tibet died somewhere in China, ignominiously 
> ignored by The Dalai Lama and the Gelugpa Sect happily it seems to me 
> by the writer of this particular white paper.


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