Reputation In The Dalai Lama

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Reputation is the opinion that people in general have about someone, or how much respect or admiration someone receives, based on past behavior or character and often used without much attention to its complex meaning. As such, very little effort is invested in verifying the origin or accuracy of a particular reputation. The reputations are far from being uniform; the process of reputation construction/formation is far from being a simple and straightforward process. Reputation is made from someone’s actions or books and when people know about someone from newspaper or magazine articles so, from these people make judgments on someone. It could be different reputations for the same person, which based on religions and the way community know about him. For example : Dalai Lama has different reputations as a leader and a human rights activist as well, but his reputation is not seen as this picture everywhere because his reputation is different in the west , in his home Tibet and in his enemy 's base China and myths and truths. According to enotes, the Dalai Lama’s reputation in his native Tibet is a product of the stature that accompanies that designation. Born Lhamo Dondrub on July 6, 1935, he was officially recognized on November 17, 1950 as the reincarnation of the 13th Dalai Lama, making him His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. The Dalai Lama is the spiritual leader of a deeply religious Buddhist country and, as such, he commands a great deal of respect
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