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Happy Losar Greetings

2019-02-05 08:51 #0 av: Fredrik1

Geshe Gyalten Kungha önskar Glad Losar.
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" In Tibetan, English and Chiness. Happy New Year Greetings to you all from Geshe Gyalten and all of us here at Ananda Dharma Center. Wishing you a happy, healthy and Prosperous 2019. May all your Dharma wishes be fulfilled. Sarva Mangalam."

 "Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible"   H.H Dalai Lama

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2019-02-06 19:58 #1 av: Fredrik1

Ringu Tulku Rinpoche.

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 "Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible"   H.H Dalai Lama

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2019-02-10 01:32 #2 av: Fredrik1

Happy Tsagaansar and Tashi Delek!
“I want to wish all of you' Losar Tashi Delek', and at the same time, request that you please try to live up what it means. During the Tibetan New Year it's our custom to greet each other and wish each other 'Tashi Delek'. This is not just an opportunity to offer 'che ma' drink 'chang', and gamble. ‘Tashi' means according to 'Chanting the Names of Manjushri' that since everybody wants to be happy and no one wants to be miserable the cause of happiness is giving benefit and joy.
If you create the causes of happiness, if you lead your life in benefiting others and not harming them, that's a meaningful life, a life that has 'tashi'.
On that basis saying 'Tashi Delek' means 'May you be happy in the here and now and, as we Buddhists say, may you finally achieve definite goodness’.
I want to wish all of you 'Losar Tashi Delek', and at the same time request you please try to live up to what it means."
His Holiness the Dalai Lama

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 "Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible"   H.H Dalai Lama

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