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The young as well as the elderly know their dialect in Kyegu. It is a town where people end their conversations with traditional blessings, “Tse Ring,” May you...
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Khawachen  

Location: Zoo York
Subject: Lamay Kyab !
May 06 2010 09:08 PM


The loss due to the devastating earthquake at Kyegu is unfathomable. All of us can feel their pain. We are doing and will keep on doing what we can to help ease their pain and loss.

The monks of Kyegu monastery did amazing recovery and relief work. As they are locals, they were the first to respond to the tragedy and were more effective in their help as they were equipped with local knowledge of the area and the people. "Every dark cloud has a silver lining" and these monks proved to be the silver lining. I don't know about Kyegu but many Khampas, especially from Derge, also end the conversation with the traditional blessing "Lamay Kyab". This is so apt for the monks who spearheaded the rescue and relief work at Kyegu.

May all be blessed !



Tsongi  

Location: U.S.A.
Subject: Earthquake in Kyigudo
May 05 2010 08:20 PM

China!

Make not political hay out of the earthquake in Tibet

Let our people die in peace and without regret

Let the compassionate monks pray for the dead and aid the injured

Allow the Dalai Lama to visit Kyigudo and let not the news be censored


Tsongi


ThinkOver  

Location: Switzerland
Subject: Tse Ring
May 04 2010 12:12 PM

Never stop writing. Wish to see more of your writings in Phayul.
Gangchenpa  

Location: NYC
Subject: KYEGU
Apr 29 2010 07:18 PM



Poignant and moving.

You put a face to the tragedy and make us understand and relate to the disaster.

Thank you and Tse Ring!!!

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