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Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said on Tuesday that his successor will be chosen outside of Tibet if he dies in exile. 'If my death comes when we are still in a refugee status then...
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Tseta  

Location: Ottawa
Subject: A quest without insight!
Nov 29 2007 03:02 AM

Hello! Bhurangzen, the subject matter concerning the issue of Dalai Lama's successor is not the matter of politics's of theocratic or of favoritism on the part of HHDL. The real issue here is the atheist Chinese involvement in our religious traditions, and there hidden agenda by putting new legislatures on the authorization of the incarnate Tibetan lamas from the autocrat regime, thus to take precaution measures from the cunning motives from the PRC, His Holiness clarifies on the serious matter of his successor, by making everything clear before hand. Hopefully you are not in other planet, If you are in Delhi, Dharamsala is not far, go see and find what kind of government in exile is formed!
wiseman  

Location: us
Subject: Dalai Lama successor
Nov 29 2007 02:15 AM

If his Holiness dies in Exile then the successor will be born out side Tibet, is a very shaky proposition. He must apoint a successor now, so that we are prepared for such eventuality. We have to keep in mind that the Chinese have Ham-pa. They have already said that all reincarnations will be chosen by the PRC. This is BLASPHEMY. As I have said many times before, the Chinese are not our brothers and sisters. They are our enemies!!!!Murders of over a million Tibetans.
rachu  

Location: Sydney, Australia
Subject: His Holiness The Dalai Lama
Nov 28 2007 10:02 AM

It is not an issue for the Chinese to decide the great many incarnate lamas of Tibetan Buddhist tradition. It is the Tibetan people who will decide through our age old tradition the incarnate Lamas. On the issue of the next Dalai Lama, Chinese communist govt. better stay away. As one of the reader said correctly, it is the Tibet issue which is the centre of the whole problem. We need to focus day in day out how to achieve freedom from the occupation. We will fight to the last man standing.
tenzypalden  

Location: lhasa
Subject: we are blessed
Nov 27 2007 07:52 PM

As per in His Holiness statement, 'according to my regular medical checkup I am good for another few decades'is a ostensible message to Beijing that he is sound in health.


bhurangzen  

Location: delhi
Subject: quest for independence
Nov 27 2007 06:10 PM

This whole issue regarding naming successor is getting really controversial.
Not only is His holiness deviating from the age old precedence but also in the mean time beginning to end the basic credibility of dalai lama institute as a whole.
Not only did we blink first in the chinese game of pressure but we are really loosing faith in our own capabilities.
i want to make clear that ultimate issue is the tibet issue and it's the issue of tibetan people as a whole and not of dalai lama's personal status.
So therefore most important thing is to keep faith in ourself as a people of tibet and support the popularly elected secular leader of tibetan exile govt.
Tommorrow dalai lama may not be there,but it's sure the tibetan people will always be there..
so threfore the point is that,it's time to think really reasonably and decide that we should no longer depend all the time to our lamas to lead in our struggle,what we need is a true secular and popularly elected leader to get our indepedence back (no matter in what shape it is ).For that we need to build and put faith in our democratic process.
Therefore His holiness' comment is not only unprecedented but undemocratic also as it may lead to the politics of dynasty and favouritism( theocratic politics).
Independence is and will always be the true quest of Tibetan people and nobody will deprive us of what is ours.

-" tibetan nation will never end as long as it remains in our mind."
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