How many of us support it today? The repatriation of the Gyalwa Karmapa to Tsurphu Monastery in Occupied Tibet

 Picture of Shamar Rinpoche’s Uncle, Rangjung Rikpe Dorje, the 16th and last Gyalwa Karmapa of Free Tibet, a hero of the Diaspora

“I wonder how many of us today, in 2015,” Brian asks, “support Situ Rinpoche repatriating the Gyalwa Karmapa to China?”

“At the time that Situ Rinpoche repatriated His Holiness to occupied Tibet.”



Brian adds.

“Someone who believed Tibet lost forever.”

Brian continues.

“To occupied Tibet.” 

“literally, blew our minds,” Brian concludes, “those of us here who were present for Rangjung Rikpe Dorje’s parinirvana.”

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One response to “How many of us support it today? The repatriation of the Gyalwa Karmapa to Tsurphu Monastery in Occupied Tibet

  1. Osel Karl

    Well, the Thaye Dorje seems to understand, and remain tuned to the needs and stresses of the modern western person:

    http://m.huffpost.com/in/entry/7923788

    A little better than Trinley Dorje who often seems put out by his western audiences.

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