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MY inner light FOR TIBET

We love Tibet, Tibetan music, Tibetan buddhism, Tibetan culture and nature

Location: Planet Earth
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Latest Activity: May 24

Love for Tibet

"Never give up"

No matter what is going on
Never give up
Develop the heart
Too much energy in your country
Is spent developing the mind
Instead of the heart
Be compassionate
Not just to your friends
But to everyone
Be compassionate
Work for peace
In your heart and in the world
Work for peace
And I say again
Never give up
No matter what is going on around you
Never give up.

- Poem by the Dalai Lama -

The true meaning of life

We are visitors on this planet,
We are here for ninety
Or hundred years
At the very most.
During that period,
We must try to do something good,
Something useful,
With our lives.
If you contribute to other people’s happiness,
You will find the true goal,
The true meaning of life.

- 14th Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama: Peace means Happiness

藥師佛心咒 Deva Premal The Gyuto Monks of Tibet Healing (梵音)

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Comment by Eva Libre on January 19, 2011 at 3:15pm

 


Photos et textes de Pascal Mannaerts.

 

Prières, dans le centre de Lhassa. J'ai été étonné de constater que les bouddhistes pratiquaient leur culte de manière aussi visible. On trouve des monastères, des moulins à prières et des stupas un peu partout, et des rituels s'y déroulent quotidiennement. Avant de venir ici, je pensais que c'était interdit. Peut-être une manière pour la Chine de sauver les apparences.

En tout cas, les autorités gardent un oeil extrêmement attentif sur toutes les activités religieuses. On raconte notamment que des espions se déguisent en moines pour tenter d'obtenir des informations auprès des citoyens ou pour les piéger. Une anecdote : dans un des monastères de Lhassa, des moines et des lamas qui étaient en train de manger nous proposent gentiment de la tsampa (de la farine d'orge grillé, l'aliment traditionnel tibétain). On s'assied avec eux en papotant dans un anglais approximatif. La pièce est magnifique et je demande à l’un des moines si je peux faire une photo. Discrètement, il me fait signe que que non, et me montre, avec la main qui est dans son assiette, de regarder dans le coin gauche de la pièce… Une caméra y a été fixée, entre deux tissus safran, dominant les lieux. On est surveillés, filmés. C’est dingue.

 

Comment by Eva Libre on January 12, 2011 at 5:07pm

Dalai Lama

 

Learning is the first step in making positive changes within yourself. Other factors are conviction, determination, action and effort. Learning and education help develop conviction about the need to change and increase your commitment. Conviction then develops into determination. Next, strong determination leads to action: a sustained effort to implement the changes. This final factor of effort is critical.

 


Monday 10 January 2011 at 12:29 pm

Comment by Béatrice LATEUR LACROIX on January 12, 2011 at 12:41pm
Thanks, Eva.
Praises pour this Tibetan New Year.
Love and Peace for all Beings
(this is my mantram)
Comment by Eva Libre on January 6, 2011 at 8:00pm

Losar, Tibetan New Year in 2011 :  Year of the Rabbit 2138 Iron Hare


Wednesday, January 5, 2011 by Editor


The Tibetan New Year, called  Losar will be celebrated March 5, 2011
We shall then enter the 2138 th year of the Tibetan calendar, which will be the year under the sign of the Iron Hare.

 

Comment by Dave D Poet Rhumour on October 2, 2010 at 10:03pm
The Why Zest of Men

The why zest of men
Was discovered again
When they found the hermit in his cave

His objective's were clear
He had not retreated in fear
But to contemplate on all he had learnt

Now away from all din
He heard his quiet voice within
And was able to write it down for us all

So take heed of that wise man
For he is the one who surely can
Show us all the way back from life's harm...

©Rhumour
October 2nd 2010
Comment by Irit Hakim-Keller on September 27, 2010 at 9:21pm
It has been for quite a long time that I am a member of the site http://candle4tibet.ning.com
Also, there were several ceremonies for Tibet in Tel Aviv. It is close to my eart.
Comment by Clicia Pavan on September 27, 2010 at 8:14pm

Comment by Johnnie Hargrave on September 27, 2010 at 1:11pm
There is no good reason for Hatred.....
There is no bad reason for Love......
Comment by Clicia Pavan on September 23, 2010 at 8:06pm

Comment by Eva Libre on July 21, 2010 at 7:02pm


High-Altitude Free Tibet Protest on Mount Everest!

Four Tibetan independence activists, including one Tibetan-American, were detained by Chinese authorities today after demonstrating at Mount Everest's main base camp in Tibet, unfurling a banner reading "One World, One Dream, Free Tibet 2008" in English, and "Free Tibet" written in Tibetan and Chinese.

 

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"PEACE
NOT WAR
GENEROSITY
NOT GREED
EMPATHY
NOT HATE
CREATIVITY
NOT DESTRUCTION
EVERYBODY
NOT JUST US"

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