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SUPREME RULER OF TIBET CELEBRATES HIS 83rd BIRTHDAY IN LEH, LADAKH, INDIA

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SUPREME RULER OF TIBET CELEBRATES HIS 83rd BIRTHDAY IN LEH, LADAKH, INDIA

 
 

On Friday, July 06, 2018 Living Tibetan Spirits greet His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama on his 83rd birthday to acknowledge him as Supreme Ruler of Tibet. For Tibetans, the title Dalai Lama is all about rulership and governance of Tibet. No other institution of government can replace Supreme Ruler of Tibet during his lifetime.

 
 

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

HIS HOLINESS THE DALAI LAMA CUTS A CAKE ON HIS 83rd BIRTHDAY

Clipped from: http://www.ptcnews.tv/his-holiness-the-dalai-lama-cuts-a-cake-on-his-83rd-birthday/

His Holiness the Dalai Lama cuts a cake on his 83rd birthday

His Holiness the Dalai Lama cuts a cake on his 83rd birthday

Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness The Dalai Lama turned 83 on Friday. Special prayers were held in Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir for the long life.

Large crowds donning traditional dresses began to assemble since morning at the Shewatsel Phodrang complex on the outskirts of Leh for the celebrations. Tibetan Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay also attended the celebrations here.

The Dalai Lama, revered by the Tibetans as a “living god”, attended the prayers and cut the cake on his birthday.

“This time again His Holiness decided to celebrate his birthday with the people of Leh,” said a spokesperson for the Dalai Lama’s office.

“I am very happy to be here once more,” the spiritual leader told the gathering on reaching here on Tuesday.

“I seem to be physically fit and if that continues I hope to spend some time here, avoiding the monsoon on the plains. You people of Ladakh have a special bond with me based on your faith and loving-kindness, of which I am very appreciative,” he added.

Born on July 6, 1935, at Taktser hamlet in northeastern Tibet, the Dalai Lama was recognized at the age of two as the reincarnation of the 13th Dalai Lama, Thubten Gyatso.

The Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989 for his non-violent campaign for democracy and freedom in his homeland.

-PTC News

 
 

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LIVING TIBETAN SPIRITS OFFER PRAYERS TO MOUNT KAILASH

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LIVING TIBETAN SPIRITS OFFER PRAYERS TO MOUNT KAILASH

In preparation for His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s birthday celebration on July 06, 2018, Living Tibetan Spirits offer prayers to Mount Kailash in Tibet.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

SCENERY OF MOUNT KAILASH IN TIBET

Clipped from: http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1108592.shtml

People walk on the foot of Mount Kailash in Tibet. June 25, 2018. (Xinhua/Liu Dongjun)

Photo taken on June 24, 2018 shows Mount Kailash in Tibet. (Xinhua/Liu Dongjun)

Photo taken on June 24, 2018 shows Mount Kailash in Tibet. (Xinhua/Liu Dongjun)

Photo taken on June 25, 2018 shows Mount Kailash in the morning light, Tibet. (Xinhua/Liu Dongjun)

People walk on the foot of Mount Kailash in Tibet, June 24, 2018. (Xinhua/Liu Dongjun)

Photo taken on June 24, 2018 shows Mount Kailash in Tibet. (Xinhua/Liu Dongjun)

 

 

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY – HAPPY FIRST DAY OF SUMMER, JUNE 21, 2018

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International Yoga Day – Happy First Day of Summer, Thursday, June 21, 2018.

International Yoga Day 2018 coincides with Summer Solstice 2018. I am happy to welcome the First Day of 2018 Summer Season. Yoga explores the principle of man’s Unity with God or Supreme Being. Indian tradition suggests that God is present in entire creation and yet God remains detached, unattached, aloof, distant, or separate from creation. Human Existence is evidence for Unity of man with Divine Principle and yet Human Existence is burdensome, worrisome, and troublesome as God chooses to remain separate from entire creation.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

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International Yoga Day – Happy First Day of Summer, Thursday, June 21, 2018.

TAT ASMI PRABHU – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – UNITY OF MAN AND GOD

TAT ASMI PRABHU – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – UNITY OF MAN AND GOD. THE PRIMARY CONCERN IS NOT ABOUT MAN’S ESSENCE OR IDENTITY. EXISTENCE ALWAYS PRECEDES ESSENCE. ASMI SIGNIFIES UNITY OR “EIKYATA” BETWEEN MAN AND GOD WITHOUT WHICH EXISTENCE IS IMPOSSIBLE. On bhavanajagat.com

To account for man’s existence in physical world, Sanskrit language created an innovative word known as “ASMI.” It means always present, or ever-existing. Man is a Mortal, Physical Being who leads a transient, or ephemeral existence. However, to establish Subjective and Objective Reality of man in natural world, man needs to yoke, join, come together, unite, pair, bond, connect, relate, and seek partnership with an external Reality that is always present, or ever-existing. The Sanskrit word “ASMI” thus signifies Unity of man and God which transforms the Subject “I” into an Object that identifies itself as “I AM.”

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
BHAVANAJAGAT

From Lalit Mishra:

How Gayatri or The Universal consciousness Works?

As per Rigveda, Sun is related to heart which is the seat of ‘chit’ or ‘consciousness’, vision of Rigvedic rishis is further elaborated in treatise of Brahmanas, Aranyakas, Upanishads.

Patanjali in his Yog sutra clearly said ‘ह्रदये
चित्तसंवित्‘. while reciting Gayatri, ‘Savita’ the heavenly source of power to Sun or Surya, is invoked which is reflected in term ‘वरेण्यम्‘ of Gayatri Mantra, It’s a process component of mantra, when वरेण्यम्
is understood, Gayatri appears to be working.

In Rigveda, it is also said that by recital of Gayatri, A Nation radiates and becomes stronger. Let’s do Gayatri recital and keep the world moving in direction as we think it to move.

Some scholars are discussing what is universal consciousness without knowing Rigvedic account of Gayatri and Patanjali’s Yogasutra and leading nowhere, Hence this is the note !

Lalit Mishra,

Org Secretary, World Brahmin Federation, India
http://www.wbfindia.com

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THE INSTRUMENT OF UNITY – GAYATRI

TAT ASMI PRABHU – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – UNITY OF MAN AND GOD. THE INSTRUMENT OF UNITY IS “GAYATRI.”

Biological Diversity is a creative process as living organisms have no choice other than that of existing as Individuals with Individuality. Ever since Life arrived on planet Earth, living matter, living substance, or living material has remained the same while diverse forms of life lived and became extinct during different periods of geological time. When we speak about biological diversity, we have to constantly remind ourselves that there are certain values which never change under the influence of time. Things in Nature change if and only if the change is operated by an underlying unchanging principle.

Language is the peculiar possession of anatomically modern humans. Prehistoric man could paint, draw, and carve images but did not use human language. Linguistic diversity has to be known by recognizing unchanging human anatomical and physiological mechanisms involved in generating sound, and perception of sound which includes analysis of sound information. Human Speech and Human Writing are two-faces of same language ability and in Clinical Medicine they constitute problems of Speech Disorders.

Life is about using Knowledge to perform a myriad of living functions. In other words, Life is Knowledge in Action. All living functions without any exception need an external source of energy. Life on planet Earth is possible as living forms have capacity to use energy from an extraterrestrial source. Earth and living forms belong to Natural Realm, and the source of energy belongs to Supernatural or heavenly Realm. We see Sun in the sky, but it belongs to Supernatural or Heavenly Realm. Fortunately, there is a barrier between these two realms to make life possible. For Sun is the Source of Supernatural Power/Energy/Force, Sun is the source of Knowledge that living forms use to perform diverse living functions including use of Speech. Diversity that we experience on Earth is possible for Sun’s Energy is that unchanging Principle that operates all natural phenomena.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

TAT ASMI PRABHU – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – UNITY OF MAN AND GOD. THE INSTRUMENT OF UNITY IS “GAYATRI.”

From Lalit Mishra:

 It’s often said that विविधता
में
एकता
or ‘unity in diversity of cultures’ is the strength of India but what is the instrument that forms this unity remains absent in same narratives, essays and lectures.
This is Sanskrit, a language, a carrier of prolific thoughts produced in the era India was truly a power virtually influencing entire world’s business, philosophy and polity.

What is The Real Concern

Real concern is, Indians are not awakening to their rich heritage which once made the world modern and in return made India ‘Golden Bird’ which
prophet Mohammad once said ‘I get fragrance of heavens from India’ this is said by ill-famed Asaduddin Owaisi but our political community missed to take advantage of it.

Another concern is India’s bad national IQ which is 86, almost in scale of Africa and this reflects in our people’s loss of logic and power of judgment.

From Lalit Mishra:

The Sanskrit And It’s Word Factory


Maker of Sanskrit grammar Indra assisted by Vayu, ordained by Brihaspati has also manufactured a word making factory termed as RIS (Root, Infix, Suffix) that shall keep creating more stems and thereby new and new words. Sanskrit roots are monosyllabic neurologically designed unit of sounds which no other Indo-European languages have spoken on planet earth in our times.
Using this RIS factory, Sanskrit has already created 740 million words roughly estimated by Kamlesh Kapoor.
All Indo European languages had borrowed Sanskrit stems and treated as their root, having no idea how the borrowed ‘stem’ is formed originally in Sanskrit, this is a phenomenal borrowing.
The true linguistic scenario of the day is, even we speak a non-Sanskrit language, still we speak Sanskrit.
Sanskrit Word Borrowed in Latin
On particular question of Latin and it’s relation with Sanskrit, it’s good to quote Vans Kennedy, an Scottish judge-advocate-general who turned to become oriental translator to British government, in his work “Origin and Affinity of the Principal Languages of Asia and Europe” (1828) stated that “Sanskrit itself is the primitive language from which the Greek, Latin, and the mother of the Teutonic dialects were originally derived”.
I cannot afford to not to mention Dr Ashok Bagchi who was among first generation neurologists of post-independence era and a distinguished linguist who earned his MS at university of Vienna in 1954 and after homecoming did a D. Litt in Sanskrit.
Dr Bagchi on “history and origin of modern medical terminology”, makes 72 pages long list of medical terms and successfully shows how Sanskrit’s terms borrowed in Latin, pertaining to human anatomy, physiology and medicines gave rise to modern terminology of the medical science.
He narrates an interesting story that motivated him to carry out this research on philology from perspectives of Sanskrit and medical science, He says during his stay in Italy, once he visited a thoratic clinic at Bologna, where he got stunned seeing the terms displayed on the board – “NASO, KANO, GALO”, a familiar trio, resembling bangla-hindi a dialect of India.
Dr Ashok Bagchi, began his work under the influence of the AIT theory propounded those days but ended with a finishing touch in words – ” I look forward to future researchers to enter into matter with unbiased and uninhibited minds, circumventing the prevalent dogma of philology, Whatever Pokorney has said may be fallible and not absolute”

Lalit Mishra,

Org Secretary, World Brahmin Federation, India
http://www.wbfindia.com

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RELEVANCE OF SANSKRIT IN PRESENT TIMES

TAT ASMI PRABHU – FIFTH MAHAVAKYA – UNITY OF MAN AND GOD. SANSKRIT WORD “ASMI” MEANS ALWAYS PRESENT, OR EVER-EXISTING AND ANY KIND OF EXISTENCE DEMANDS YOKING, OR PAIRING OF MAN AND GOD. On bhavanajagat.com

Relevance of Sanskrit in present times becomes apparent when we try to account for man’s existence; how does the ‘Subject’ called “I” becomes the Object called “I Am” that can be verified by Science. The thing called “I” will not be known until and unless it is transformed into a living being that claims, “I Am.” Science is not able to fully account for the phenomenon called human existence. We all know that man exists in present day phenomenal world, but we are not able to explain it as to how such existence is possible.

The Sanskrit word or ‘SABDA’ called “ASMI” accounts for transformation of “I” into a recognizable entity called “I AM.” Asmi describes “UNITY” or ‘EIKYATA’, the coming together, yoking, or joining of “I” with an external, unchanging Reality, the fundamental basis for all Existence. Things in Nature change under the influence of Time, but every natural change is operated by an Unchanging Principle. There is no natural phenomenon of this world which may not require operation of an underlying principle.

To answer problems of this age, man must know himself and know the World in which he exists. Knowing “ASMI” is the beginning of that learning process.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

International Yoga Day – Happy First Day of Summer, Wednesday, June 21, 2017. 300,000 Indians gather to celebrate Yoga Day in Ahmedabad, India.

International Yoga Day – Happy First Day of Summer, Wednesday, June 21, 2017. Yoga Day Celebration in New Delhi, India.

International Yoga Day – Happy First Day of Summer, Thursday, June 21, 2018.


A WORLD SANS MILITARY – DEMILITARIZE OCCUPIED TIBET

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A World sans Military – Demilitarize Occupied Tibet. Peace on Earth and Good Will toward all men.

I recommend His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s vision for a demilitarized world. To implement his ideal, I ask the world to demilitarize ‘Occupied Tibet’. The Great Tibet Problem can be resolved without use of military force. Peace, Harmony, Tranquility, Equilibrium, and Freedom in Tibet is Nature’s Gift to all denizens of Tibetan Plateau.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

A World sans Military – Demilitarize Occupied Tibet. Peace on Earth and Good Will toward all men.

LAMA: DALAI LAMA FOR A WORLD SANS MILITARY

Clipped from: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/varanasi/dalai-lama-for-a-world-sans-military/articleshow/62322973.cms

A World sans Military – Demilitarize Occupied Tibet. Peace on Earth and Good Will toward all men.

 

VARANASI: Dalai Lama advocated for a demilitarized world and revival of ancient Indian knowledge for global peace.

“In all my life I have noticed too many killings. Human beings killing thousands of human beings has become normal. It is really terrible. We must change it. We must think or try to demilitarize the world,” he said while delivering his concluding remarks at the two-day international conference on ‘Mind in Indian philosophical school of thought and modern science’ at the Central Institute of Tibetan Higher Studies, Sarnath, on Sunday.

He said killing enemies was prevalent in ancient time but not in today’s world.

“There are a lot of self-created problems due to lack of knowledge on how to deal with destructive emotions. The ancient Indian knowledge is relevant to tackle our emotions,” he said.

A World sans Military – Demilitarize Occupied Tibet. Peace on Earth and Good Will toward all men.

 

REMEMBERING TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 – AND NOW THESE THREE REMAIN, FAITH, HOPE, AND LOVE

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REMEMBERING TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 – AND NOW THESE THREE REMAIN, FAITH, HOPE, AND LOVE

Monday September 11, 2017 – And now, these three remain; Faith, Hope, and Love. Survivor Tree near World Trade Center, New York.

I remember Tuesday morning September 11, 2001 when American Airlines Boeing 767 flight 11 plane crashed into North Tower of World Trade Center in New York City at 8.45 A.M. I was driving on south bound lanes of US 23 on my way to Ypsilanti City giving ride to a friend who was returning home after he finished his work in Plymouth City. I was listening to my car radio and the appearance of smoke at World Trade Center was immediately reported by the radio station and gave it undivided attention.

Remembering Tuesday September 11, 2001. And now, these three remain; 1. Faith, 2. Hope, and 3. Love.

Now, these three things remain; 1. Faith, 2. Hope, and 3. Love.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

Special Frontier Force

Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA 48104 – 4162.

REMEMBERING 9/11, 16 YEARS LATER – BIOGRAPHY.COM

by MEREDITH WORTHEN

Clipped from: https://www.biography.com/news/911-anniversary-facts

Remembering Tuesday September 11, 2001. And now, these three remain; 1. Faith, 2. Hope, and 3. Love.

At 8:45 a.m. on September 11, 2001, an American Airlines Boeing 767, Flight 11, collided into the World Trade Center’s north tower in New York City immediately killing hundreds of people and trapping hundreds more in the 110-story skyscraper. Only 18 minutes later, a second Boeing 767, United Airlines Flight 175, flew into the south tower. Both towers afire, burning debris covered the surrounding buildings and the streets below while hundreds jumped from the towers to their deaths in an attempt to escape. About 30 minutes later, a third plane, American Airlines Flight 77, crashed into the west side of the Pentagon near Washington, D.C. and a fourth plane, United Flight 93, crash-landed into a field in Pennsylvania killing all 40 souls onboard. Meanwhile, both World Trade Center towers collapsed into a terrifying and deadly inferno of rubble. 

The Presidents’ Responses 

On September 11, 2001, sitting President George W. Bush addressed the nation with a formal statement, “Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve.” Eleven days later, the Office of Homeland Security in the White House coordinated a comprehensive national strategy to safeguard the country against terrorism and respond to future attacks. Operation Enduring Freedom, the American-led international effort to oust the Taliban, began on October 7, 2001. Although the Taliban was weakened, the war continued and Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, remained at large for nearly a decade. 

On May 2, 2011, U.S. Special Forces SEAL Team Six invaded bin Laden’s fortress in Abbottabad, Pakistan and took down bin Laden. Sitting President Barack Obama stated, “The death of bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date in our nation’s effort to defeat al Qaeda.” He added, “his demise should be welcomed by all who believe in peace and human dignity.” 

Immediately following this victory, in June 2011, Obama announced withdrawals of troops from Afghanistan. However, in August 2017, sitting President Donald Trump outlined a new plan to increase deployment of American troops into Afghanistan to continue to fight the Taliban. 

The Victims

At the hands of 19 militant terrorists associated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda headed by Osama bin Laden, more than 3,000 people (including more than 400 police officers and firefighters) were killed and more than 10,000 others were wounded during the attacks on 9/11. It was the deadliest terrorist act in U.S. history and the most devastating foreign attack on American soil since the attack on Pearl Harbor. 

Survivors and family members of survivors have come forward with stories of bravery and triumph. Tens of thousands have suffered. The initial Victim Compensation Fund (in operation from December 2001 to June 2004) received 7,408 applications from 75 countries and made 5,560 awards totaling over $7 billion for both death (2,880) and personal injury (2,680) claims. Awards ranged from $500 to $8.6 million with an average award of $2,082,128, all tax-free. 

Watch ‘Road to 9/11,’ a HISTORY special that gives a 360-degree overview of the events that led to the attack. 

On January 2, 2011, sitting President Barack Obama signed the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2010 in honor of NYPD detective and first responder James Zadroga who died in 2006 from respiratory problems attributed to the inhalation of toxic dust from the World Trade Center disaster site. Also known as the “First Responders Bill,” this Act expanded the scope of the Victim Compensation Fund to include first responders and individuals who later experienced health problems related to 9/11. More than 20,000 claims have been processed since then and close to $3 billion in compensation for lost wages and other damages related to illness have been rendered. 

While there are thousands of known victims and survivors, some remain unknown. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of the City of New York has custody of 7,930 unidentified remains of those killed in the attacks. The remains are located in the World Trade Center Repository situated between the two footprints of the Twin Towers on the sacred ground of the World Trade Center site. There is a private Family Reflection Room that is not open to the public. Family members can also speak with World Trade Center anthropologists who can answer questions about the steps they are taking to identify the remains of 9/11 victims.

9/11: Remembrance and Memorials

September 11th is now known as “Patriot Day” in the United States and is observed as the National Day of Service and Remembrance of the victims of the 9/11 attacks. Across the country, numerous events are held on this day to honor the loss of thousands of lives. There are also three somber and beautiful memorial sites dedicated to remembering the victims of 9/11:

Remembering Tuesday September 11, 2001. Flight 93 National Memorial at Shanksville, Pennsylvania. And now, these three remain; 1. Faith, 2. Hope, and 3. Love.

• The Flight 93 National Memorial is located at the site of the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 about 2 miles north of Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The memorial honors the 40 passengers and crew who died on 9/11. It features concrete walls outlining the Flight Path Walkway and a white marble Wall of Names. There are also plans to construct a 93-foot tower to designate the entrance of the Flight 93 National Memorial which will contain 40 wind chimes — one for each passenger and crew member who died.

Remembering Tuesday September 11, 2001. The National Pentagon Memorial at Arlington. And now, these three remain; 1. Faith, 2. Hope, and 3. Love.

• The National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial located in Arlington, Virginia, honors the loss of 184 people who died on September 11, 2001. Each victim’s age and location at the time of the attack are inscribed into the Memorial starting from the youngest victim, three-year-old Dana Falkenberg, to the oldest, John D. Yamnicky, 71, a Navy veteran, both of whom were aboard American Airlines Flight 77 that morning.

Remembering Tuesday September 11, 2011. “SURVIVOR TREE” near World Trade Center, New York. And now, these three remain; 1. Faith, 2. Hope, and 3. Love.

• The National September 11 Memorial & Museum, a nonprofit in New York City, remembers and honors the 2,983 people killed in the horrific attacks as well as hundreds more who risked their lives to save others and all who demonstrated extraordinary compassion in the aftermath of the attacks. It is located at the epicenter of Ground Zero at the World Trade Center site. The names of every person who died in the terrorist attacks are inscribed in bronze panels around two enormous memorial pools with waterfalls that stand in the footprints of where the twin towers once stood. A Callery pear tree that miraculously survived within the rubble of Ground Zero, now known as the “Survivor Tree,” stands tall and thriving nearby. A symbol of strength and resilience here and elsewhere, each year, the 9/11 Memorial gives seedlings from the Survivor Tree to communities that have endured tragedy. 

For more about the events of 9/11, visit HISTORY. 

Remembering Tuesday September 11, 2001. “Survivor Tree” near World Trade Center, New York.

TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF TIBETAN WELL-BEING

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TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF TIBETAN WELL-BEING. DISCUSSION ABOUT IMPORTANCE OF WELL-BEING AT CAPITOL THEATER, MADISON, WISCONSIN.

For there is ‘Trouble in Tibet’, I ask as to Who, When and Where will discuss Problem of Tibetan Well-Being. General discussions about Importance of Well-Being may have no material impact on Well-Being of Specific Communities who live under Occupation by repressive regimes. How to Deconstruct Red China’s Evil-Mindedness???

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

HINDUSTAN TIMES
Dalai Lama to discuss global well-being with experts at US meet today

TROUBLE IN TIBET – PROBLEM OF TIBETAN WELL-BEING. DISCUSSION AT CAPITOL THEATER, MADISON, WISCONSIN.

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, New Delhi Updated: Mar 09, 2016 12:50 IST

The Dalai Lama, who is a regular at the university, has espoused concepts such as secular ethics – which states that all humans, regardless of religion or background, should treat each other with compassion. (File photo/Reuters)

 

The Centre for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will host Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama and a panel of experts at a live-streamed event aimed at promoting global well-being on Wednesday.

The event, The World We Make, will be held in the Capitol Theatre at the Overture Centre for the Arts in Madison, Wisconsin, at 1.30 pm central time. The panel, moderated by ABC News anchor Dan Harris, will focus on how the world will look if the concept of well-being is put into practice.
The event will be broadcast internationally through live streaming, thanks to a partnership with the National Geographic Society and the Mind and Life Institute.

“The science we are doing at UW–Madison is providing crucial evidence to support the idea that simple, secular mental practices can help people cultivate well-being,” says Davidson. “However, scientific research is not sufficient in itself. We need partnerships with global thought leaders like His Holiness the Dalai Lama to catalyse these conversations about well-being and inspire people to view it as a skill that can be learned.”

Concepts such as secular ethics — which states that all humans, regardless of religion or background, should treat each other with compassion — has been espoused by the Dalai Lama, who is a regular at the university.
The other panelists at the event include:

Richard Davidson: The founder of the Center for Healthy Minds, he is best known for his groundbreaking research on emotion and the human brain.

Sona Dimidjian: An associate professor of psychology and neuroscience at the University of Colorado Boulder, his research addresses issues regarding the treatment and prevention of depression – with emphasis on the mental health of women during pregnancy and postpartum.

Soma Stout: She is the executive external lead for health improvement of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and the executive lead of 100 Million Healthier Lives, which brings together hundreds of partners across global communities to ensure healthier lives for over 100 million people by 2020.

Dan Harris: A correspondent of ABC News, he is the co-anchor for the weekend edition of ‘Good Morning America’, and a regular contributor to shows such as ‘Nightline’, ‘20/20’ and ‘World News Tonight’.

The sponsors of the event include PwC, a multinational professional services network; Steelcase, a professional firm; and ambassador sponsors Chade-Meng Tan, Jeffrey C Walker and Ready Set Productions.

Copyright © 2015 HT Media Limited.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Problem of Tibetan Well-Being. Dr. Richard J. Davidson Expert on ‘Mindfulness’. Can he Change Red China’s Evil-Minded Nature?

 

Trouble in Tibet – Problem of Tibetan Well-Being. The Neuroscience of Leadership. Can Dr. Richard J. Davidson change Red China’s Evil-Hearted Nature?

 

Trouble in Tibet – Problem of Tibetan Well-Being. It is easy to discuss Importance of Well-Being in General Terms. Can Dr. Richard J. Davidson Deconstruct Red China’s Evil Mind to secure Well-Being of Tibetans living under Chinese Repressive Rule.

 

TROUBLE IN TIBET – COMFORT FROM HYDERABAD, INDIA

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TROUBLE IN TIBET – COMFORT FROM HYDERABAD, INDIA. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values will open in Hyderabad.

Trouble in Tibet; Comfort comes from Hyderabad, India. MIT’s Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values will open its South Asia Center in Hyderabad, India. Telengana IT Minister K T Ramarao made announcement granting site for opening of Center and the project is named “BUDDHA VANAM”(Buddha’s Garden).

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4162 USA
SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad, India. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values is set to open in Hyderabad.

 

MIT’s Dalai Lama Centre for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad

  Wed, 2 Mar 2016-12:11pm , dna webdesk

 

Minister K T Rama Rao said that the government would give five acres of land for the Centre.

The renowned Dalai Lama Centre for Ethics and Transformative Values which is based at the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, is set to open its South Asia Centre in Hyderabad.
The director of the Dalai Lama Centre for Ethics and Transformative Values Tenzin Priyadarshini informed the Telangana IT Minister K.T.Rama Rao and Tourism Minister A Chandulal about this development reports The Hindu.
The reason Hyderabad is chosen is because of the infrastructure and other facilities adds the report.
Telangana IT Minister K T Rama Rao thanked Tenzin Priyadarshini for this decision and spoke about Telangana’s connection with Buddhism. He reportedly said Telangana was the third biggest state in India to have historic Buddhist places of tourism like Nagarjunasagar which was a renowned centre for Buddhism. The Minister said he would discuss with the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao what support the government could extend for setting up the Dalai Lama Centre for Ethics and Transformative Values.
The daily adds that K T Rama Rao said that the government would give five acres of land for the centre. He also said an invitation would be extended to the Dalai Lama to lay the foundation for the Buddha Vanam project in Hyderabad.

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Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values will open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with President Gaini Zail Singh of India.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with US President George H.W. Bush.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with US president George W. Bush.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with President of Taiwan.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with Prince of Wales Charles.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with US President Bill Clinton.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad, India.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in India. Dalai Lama with Dr. Babu Rajendra Prasad, First President of India.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with Nelson Mandela.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with Pope John Paul II.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama receiving the Nobel Peace Prize.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with The Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with Dr. Babu Rajendra Prasad, India’s First President.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Good News from Massachusetts. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad, India.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Good News from Massachusetts. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values opening in Hyderabad.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Good News from Massachusetts. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad, India. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values opening in Hyderabad.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with Mother Teresa.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with The Dutch Prime Minister.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama with Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, First Prime Minister of India.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad.

 

Trouble in Tibet – Comfort from Hyderabad. MIT’s The Center for Ethics and Transformative Values to open in Hyderabad. Dalai Lama’s visit to Boston.