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RE: [PRPagan] Dalai Lama begins U.S. tour

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  • Ronald Herrera
    Saludos: Mi hermano! Como te va? Dichoso sean los ojos en leer tu presencia. :-) Blessed be! Ronald Herrera (A÷C) ... From: Hector Lee
    Mensaje 1 de 3 , 9 sep 2003
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      Saludos:

      Mi hermano! Como te va? Dichoso sean los ojos en leer tu
      presencia. :-)

      Blessed be!
      Ronald Herrera (A÷C)

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Hector Lee [mailto:dirgemoot@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2003 13:45
      To: PRpagan@...
      Subject: [PRPagan] Dalai Lama begins U.S. tour


      SAN FRANCISCO, California (AP) -- The Dalai Lama started a 16-day
      U.S. tour, presiding over an interfaith service and receiving an
      honorary degree at a Jesuit-run university.

      Flanked by representatives of 25 religions Friday at the University
      of San Francisco, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader said all faiths
      have the same basic aim -- to breed compassion among their followers.

      "I will continue to pursue my struggle, which is to campaign for
      peace," he told the crowd of about 1,000 faculty, students and
      members of San Francisco's Tibetan Buddhist community.

      Before the Dalai Lama received his honorary doctorate of humane
      letters, worshippers took turns reading from his writings, and from
      Muslim, Hindu, Christian and Jewish sacred texts.

      Later, he was planning to conduct a public teach-in, hold a private
      meeting with members of the Tibetan community and attend a sold-out
      event sponsored by the American Himalayan Foundation at the San
      Francisco Symphony Hall.

      The Dalai Lama, who fled Tibet for India in 1959 after a failed
      revolt against Chinese rule over his country, won the Nobel Peace
      Prize in 1989 for nonviolent resistance to the Chinese occupation
      there.

      The Chinese government has criticized the United States in the past
      for its support of the Dalai Lama. A Monday commentary in the state-
      owned newspaper China Daily labeled the spiritual leader a "political
      plotter" and warned that the Dalai Lama's visit this month could
      cause damage to U.S.-China relations.

      "The Tibet Autonomous Region is an integral part of the Chinese
      territory, and the United States' granting permission for a visit by
      this political exile constitutes a serious intervention into China's
      internal affairs," the commentary said.

      The last time the Dalai Lama toured the United States was in May
      2001. The University of San Francisco was selected as one of his
      stops this time because the school boasts several experts on Tibetan
      Buddhism.

      The second stop on his tour will be Bloomington, Indiana, where his
      brother, retired Indiana University professor Thubten Norbu, has
      directed a Tibetan cultural center since 1979. On September 11, he
      will travel to Washington, where the Dalai Lama will meet with
      members of Congress and the Bush administration. His final stops will
      be Boston and New York.



      El camino de la enseñanza es el camino del aprendizaje...todos estamos aquí
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    • Hector Lee
      Hi Ronny!!! Y todos He estado por aquí, pero parece que nadie quiere hablar :( Bueno, Bendiciones
      Mensaje 2 de 3 , 2 oct 2003
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        Hi Ronny!!!

        Y todos >

        He estado por aquí, pero parece que nadie quiere hablar :(

        Bueno,

        Bendiciones

        --- En PRpagan@..., Ronald Herrera <ronald_herrera@b...>
        escribió:
        > Saludos:
        >
        > Mi hermano! Como te va? Dichoso sean los ojos en leer tu
        > presencia. :-)
        >
        > Blessed be!
        > Ronald Herrera (A÷C)
        >
      Su mensaje se envió con éxito y se entregará al destinatario en breve.