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At a time when street revolutions are afoot and despots are fighting to retain their last bastions, the Dalai Lama and his people are engaged in a polite pingpong exchange. He wants his people to choose their own leadership while the...
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stherchin  

Location: Kathmandu
Subject: Blindfaith
Mar 31 2011 04:44 PM

Alleged intellectual may call it blind faith but i call it due recognition for His Holiness services over many generations..His Holiness retirement is not going to be the end of 500 years old tradition but a begin of new tradition;preparation for vulnerable Tibetan future...So called youths have relentlessly diverted themselves from His Holiness middle path and prepared their own stance on Tibet..so it's understandable that many youths wel-come His Holiness decision. His Holiness decision is to foresee world's attention to Tibetans in his holiness absence while his holiness is still there to support...it's definitely not a green light to principle of complete Independence..
UgenSky  

Location: Ari
Subject: Nirvana
Mar 30 2011 05:29 AM

Mr.Tsundue La, Your words of wisdom proves that you have attained adequate nirvana that rest of us need to attain.Our inefficient politicians have hid behind the robes of HH and indoctrinated our poor, illiterate, immature masses keep their vested interests secure.
HH the Dalai Lama has proven to us and the rest of the world that a leader doesn't have to be in power to lead.Tibetans should stand up and fulfill the duties of a responsible citizen, which in essence is the wish of our most noble leader.Free Tibet!!
pedhmatibet  

Location: usa
Subject: The Untouchables of Dharamsala"
Mar 29 2011 09:06 PM

When the writer,the author is likes of Tenzin Tsundue,who am I to judge and say how wonderful is the writing etc. etc.
Therefore,thank you Tsundue la ,keep writing,keep educating likes of me,and you are my young "HERO"!
Enjoyed reading every line you've jotted down.THANK YOU !!!
khenrabs  

Location: U.S.
Subject: responsibility
Mar 29 2011 08:34 PM

shouldering the political responsibility is almost automatic among tibetans. but when it comes to criticizing the policies of the TGIE, tibetans either think it's of no use or they fear being tagged "anti-dalai lama". it is as big a responsibility of ours to be able to criticize the government as it is to engage in the tibetan movement. thanks for the article, tsundue la.
PeaceGalaxy  

Location: France
Subject: article
Mar 29 2011 01:04 PM

Thanks for this interesting article for those of us who are far from Dharamsala.

It might seem, however, incongruous in this world which sorely lacks good leadership to square off directly against one of the most peaceloving leaders.

Perhaps if the detractors took a more nuanced, realistic approach to their critiques of the system (instead of "throwing the baby out with the bathwater") they would be listened to more.

Just a question of right, well-intentioned communication. Must grow beyond the facile dualistic clichés! Constructive criticism is useful, but destructive communication divides.
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