Theos-World Re: Tibet, Burma, Darfur and the limits of activism
May 18, 2008 07:07 AM
by Anton Rozman
It seems that there is very active Buddhist group in Berlin, so that
dr. Aleksander Berzin, who was Dalailama's interpreter and secretary
for nine years, moved there and is arranging the Buddhist Archives.
I found especially interesting the article "Mistaken Foreign Beliefs
And thank you very much for beautiful quote.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank Reitemeyer" <dzyan@...>
> >Theosophical Society as a body cannot interfere into politics,
> individual members can. But even if all members will join the
> campaign, they will be but a drop in the sea of existing campaigners
> for Tibet and Burma.
> Ok, Pedro, tomorrow, on Monday, I'll go to the Dalai Lama at Berlin
> Brandenburg gate.
> Newspaper asked him, why he is so often in Germany (several times a
> He smiled and said that he loves the underdogs and that the Allied
> were wrong.
> He is indeed very german friendly, as HPB, Judge, Tingley and
> Tingley and Purucker visited no other country so often.
> Seems karma has much to work here.
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