ISBN 9789384544690,H. H. The Dalai Lama XIV : My Appeal to the Worl

H. H. The Dalai Lama XIV : My Appeal to the Worl

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ISBN 9789384544690
Publisher

Hay House

Publication Year 2015
ISBN-13

ISBN 9789384544690

ISBN-10 9384544698
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 400 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Mind, Body & Spirit

For over fifty years, he made his annual statement, a summing up of the past year and an assessment of the state of the Tibetan community of exiles-including their government in-exile, the government of the world and the state of the planet.

His holiness the fourteenth Dalai Lama is the foremost spokesperson for the people of the Tibetan Plateau-although his home is in India, in the Himalayan foothills, where he has been forced to live in exile since 1959. As a Buddhist monk, his main focus has been the spiritual life and the leadership of his people in exile, ensuring their survival and preserving their unique Buddhist culture, while appealing to the world to stop the destruction of their homeland and the six million Tibetans oppressed within it.

Every March 10th, from 1961 until 2011, in commemoration of March 10, 1959, the date of the greatest of the many uprisings of the Tibetan people against the Chinese military occupation, The Dalai Lama delivered an appeal to the world on behalf of his people. Each statement is a heartfelt call to recognize the truth and the factual reality of Tibet's history and situation, a cry for help, a plea for justice and a pledge of determination to withstand the worst and to overcome. In these annual addresses, he began to articulate and fully express his overarching appeal to humanity.

All of The Dalai Lama's March 10th speeches, at their most poignant and eloquent, are collected here, introduced and historically contextualized by Sofia Stril-Rever, an author and scholar of Tibetan history and culture and Buddhist spirituality who has long served as his French translator. Here in this book is his appeal to us all. The people of all nations have heard it and have tried to help, but their governments still have not dared to stand up effectively for justice on behalf of the Tibetan people and for recognition of the basic human rights to which we all are entitled. The question therefore remains - who will finally respond to this appeal in time to prevent the ultimate disaster that is looming on the roof of the world?

About the Author

Sofia Stril-Rever is a Sanskrit scholar and French writer who co-authored The Dalai Lama's My Spiritual Journey. She also gives recitals of sacred Tibetan mantras and recorded the CD Dakinis (Sometime Studio, 2012). With Phakyab Rinpoche, she founded Menla Thodol Ling near Paris (France).
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