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Atheist China's attempt to manipulate the centuries-old Tibetan practice of searching for reincarnations of holy monks is stoking anger in the Himalayan region, a member of...
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lysa  

Location: US
Subject: China's "Living Buddhas" rules
Aug 11 2007 10:50 PM

For the last 57 years the Republic of China has attempted to bit by bit.... piece by piece... to tear away the ancient traditions of Tibetan Buddhism.
This new announcement in not recognizing reincarnated Lamas or Buddhas sadly only makes the government of China appear very week and afraid.
Tibetan Buddhist ancient teachings and traditions can never be quelled. They have crossed the globe. They have flown across the skies of the world. In America alone the old traditions are being honored and kept completely intact.
So in reality there is no worry.
Control of the ancient Tibetan Buddhist teachings cannot happen as the entire world together holds the teachings in their hands safely now.
The government of China is appearing more and more desperate in their attempts to quell the Tibetan Buddhist teachings. These are traditions that have no intention to harm or cause suffering.
How can compassion and love be stopped?
It cannot be stopped.....
The Republic of China will never truly succeed in this quest.
Please hold this close in your hearts... for it is true... and time will tell.
The ancient traditions now are in many hands that stand together and circle the world. These are hands outside the grasp of the policy makers in the Republic of China.
- Lys Anzia,
international humanitarian journalist
lysa  

Location: USA
Subject: China New stand on Lama "Reincarnates"
Aug 11 2007 10:37 PM

For the last 57 years the Republic of China has attempted to bit by bit.... piece by piece... to tear away the ancienct tradtions of Tibetan Buddhism.
This new announcement in not recognizing reincarnated Lamas or Buddhas sadly only makes the government of China appear very week and afraid.
Tibetan Buddhist ancient teachings and traditions can never be quelled. They have crossed the globe. They have flown across the skies of the world. In America alone the old traditions are being honored and kept completely intact.
So in reality there is no worry.
Control of these teachings cannot happen as the entire world together holds the teachings in their hands safely now.
The government of China is appearing more and more desparate in their attempts to quell these teachings and traditions that have no intention to harm or cause suffering.
How can compassion and love be stopped?
It cannot be stopped.....
The Republic of China will never truly succeed in this quest.
Please hold this close in your hearts... for it is true... and time will tell.
The ancient traditions now are in many hands that circle the world. These are hands outside the grasp of the policy makers in the Republic of China.
- Lys Anzia,
international humanitarian journalist
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