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ThanglopSsurpa  

Location: Ari
Subject: Trulku
Mar 27 2009 01:19 AM

To Shingsa Trulku.
Thank you for being little bit different then other Lamas who are preoccupied with "My Khantsen" "My Shag" etc.

Actually now I don't believe in this Tulku system anymore unless I get to see the prove myself that any Tulkus are the real incarnationof their predecessor. Not like some rainbow sign or dream or blah blah.

And I don't believe in if you say something bad for your lama even he did wrong you will go to deep hell. Not anymore.
But don't think Iam against "CHOE".
I think I am better Budhist then some who still believe blindly anything our Lamas said.

We need to grow up.

tenzinsteph  

Location: Bangalore
Subject: Rinpoche activist
Mar 25 2009 01:04 PM

Wonderful to hear about a rinpoche who's not preoccupied with expanding religious centers in the west.

I think many of our rinpoches with large followings in the west can do so much more for the cause. Shingza trulku should be a role model.
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