TIBET’S RIGHT TO SELF-PRESERVATION
Natural Law or Dharma, the Code for righteous or virtuous conduct commands man to do whatever is required for Peace and Self-Preservation. Direction of virtuous conduct is determined by its end or goal of Self-preservation. The more each person strives and is able to preserve his own being, the more virtue does he possess. Self-Preservation is a virtue which is common to all men, and can be equally possessed by all in so far as they are of the same nature. Virtue in the context of Self-Preservation may involve use of physical force or power to achieve its objective or accomplish its purpose. The endeavor after Self- Preservation is the primary and only foundation of Virtue or Right Conduct.
Both Tibet, and India recognize the virtue of “AHIMSA” or Non-Violence as the highest principle. At the same time, use of physical force, “HIMSA”, or violence is equally the highest principle when it is used in defense of the Righteous. Indian tradition stated this guiding principle:
“Ahimsa ParamO DharmaH
Dharma Himsa tathaiva cha.”
For occupation of Tibet using military force and violence is illegal, immoral, unfair, and unjust; under Natural Law, Tibet has Right to Self-Preservation. Tibet has Natural Right to use physical force or violence to oppose occupation and in an endeavor to Self-Preservation. In Mahatma Gandhi’s words, I want world’s sympathy in this Battle of Right Against Might.
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DALAI LAMA’S ADVICE TO KAMAL HAASAN
IndiaGlitz[Wednesday, November 11, 2015]
On the day of the release of his new action thriller film ‘Thoongavanam’, Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan along with Gauthami met world-renowned Buddhist monk and spiritual leader Dalai Lama.The meeting sparked surprise Kamal is a rationalist and kept away from spiritualism. But however the legendary’s actor’s comments issued in a press statement after the meeting seems that the meeting was mutually pleasing and delightful.Here is what Kamal had to say about his meeting with Dalai Lama:”Today (November 10) morning I met The Dalai Lamaji .Have admired his resilience and purpose. Being a fan of Gandhi ji it is not to too farfetched to become his admirer. In spite of the fact that I am rationalist and hence not spiritually bent my meeting was invigorating and felt purposeful.My lack of interest in matters of things spiritual in nature was matched by his disinterest in cinema. ‘I have not watched a single movie not even Television ” he told me with a smile.Yet he opined that I could use my craft and medium to propagate the great philosophy offered to the world by India: ahimsa.I confirmed my faith in ahimsa and said I will venture soon in that direction.For a man of his position he indulged in small talk with abandon a sign of a man who had no worldly worries.Above all he loved the company of strangers. He reminded me of Jain Tamil poetry 2000 year-old. “Everywhere is my town; All are my kin( Yaadum ooray yaavarum kayLir)”Meanwhile ‘Thoongavanam’ directed by Kamal’s erstwhile assistant Rajsh.M.Selva has opened to phenomenally positive reviews and has been running in to packed houses.
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