Dalai Lama Essays

  • 13th Dalai Lama Research Paper

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    14th Dalai Lama the man of the year due to the lead role he took in keeping peace between Tibet and China as well as leading the non-violent war against the involvement of China in Tibetan affairs. The Dalai Lama 's have been around since the mid 1500 's and have since aspired to keep peace in the world (). The current Dalai Lama has done well to be a man who keeps peace in Tibet and because of this, Tenzin Gyatso deserves the award "Man of the Year"(). Born July 6, 1935, The 14th Dalai Lama was born

  • Ethics And The New Genetics The Dalai Lama Analysis

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    procedures that could be created without ethical and moral background. Even today with the concepts of ethics and morals involved there are still major controversies about whether things such as abortion are to be considered ethical or not. Both the Dalia Lama as well as Barbara Kingsolver argue the

  • Dalai Lama Vs Free Tibet

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    conflicts. The 13th Dalai Lama, influenced by the British culture during his temporary exile, made progressive strides in Tibet upon returning by advocating for a “modern police force”, national taxation system, and secular education system. The Dalai Lama would face the greatest opposition in establishing a professional Tibetan Army. Prior to the reaffirmation of independence in 1912, Tibet employed serfs and volunteers often ill-equipped and untrained to combat threats. The 13th Dalai Lama saw the need

  • Tibet: The Rise And Fall Of The Dalai Lama

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    14th Dalai Lama (Tibet’s most respected man and the nation’s political and spiritual leader) fled into exile in India, followed by thousands of Tibetans.

  • The Dalai Lama

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    Dalai Lama is the head monk and traditional ruler of the chief Buddhism in Tibet . The current Dalai Lama is Tenzin Gyatso, since 1950. There are different views of Dalai Lama. While the West and Tibet admire and adores him, China has a whole opposite view of him, believing him to be a hypocrite and consider him in a negative way. His reputations and presumptions of him were shaped by different reasons. The Dalai Lama is well received in the west, much to delight of Tibet. His chrematistic personality

  • The Influence Of The Dalai Lama

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    The Dalai Lama is one of the most influential people today, and he has inspired many with his words. Despite this, there is a lot to the man that many people don 't know. Here are some of them. Stay tuned for part 2, coming soon! Number Fifteen: He Has Unique Hobbies The Dalai Lama isn 't just an ordinary spiritual leader: he 's also quite the individual. On his free time, the man enjoys to garden, meditate, and repair watches. Number Fourteen: He 's Interested in Science It isn 't the norm for

  • Dalai Lama Analysis

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    Even though cosmetic surgery makes the patient supposedly feel happier and more confident many health risks arise from cosmetic surgery.The Dalai Lama in his essay “Ethics and the new Genetics” ponders the effects of genetic engineering

  • Dalai Lama Personality

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    Introduction: Dalai lamas are the important monks (person who spends life in practicing religious activities and lives under certain rules like chastity, self-denial, poverty and obedience) of the Gelug (the newest school of Tibetan Buddhism created by Je Tsongkhapa (a famous teacher of Tibetan Buddhism ). But the serious of Dalai Lamas didn’t stop to the first or second or third, in fact there are 14 Dalai Lamas and serious is supposed to be continued. 14th Dalai Lama: The 14th Dalai Lama also known

  • Reputation In The Dalai Lama

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    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

  • Dalai Lama Religion

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    localized religion that was expanding with adherents and different schools in several regions of Asia. Today has become, thanks to the Dalai Lama, a religion with a global deployment. The Dalai Lama was originally the highest spiritual power in Tibet, completely Buddhist country in its religious tradition, isolated from the Western world. The forced exile of the Dalai Lama from Lhasa for political reasons in

  • Self-Immomilation: China's Illegal Occupation Of Tibet

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    of 13 people shot dead by Chinese police. In China, UN conventions have also been constantly violated through the large-scale use of torture against Tibetan prisoners. “After 16-year-old Tsomo (name changed) and her uncle shouted “Long live the Dalai Lama” and “Freedom for Tibet”. . . she was detained for more than a year and tortured. . .” On top of that, many Tibetans are arrested on suspicious or unspecified charges, their whereabouts unknown to their families. They have no legal recourse because

  • Personal Narrative-A Separate Peace

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    Loud bickering traveled through the wind as the previously generous man demanded the return of his food. Gompo had shared his sampa and butter wishing to lighten his load and now with no food along with freezing weather the regret boiled up in trenches. “Ado [hey]! You better share with me!“ Gompo stomped around the camp saying, “ Please please please” to one person while turning around and demanding from another his reparations “Remember the sampa I shared with you. You owe me.” With only 10 days

  • 14th Dalai Lama Analysis

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    14th Dalai Lama is still able to touch the hearts of people around the world by cutting across religious and political barriers to reach them as purely just human being. He has been able to consistently oppose the use of violence with the china and Tibet situation and instead work from a peaceful perspective to resolve the issue. It is within the 14th Dalai Lamas role of spiritual and political leader of Tibet that he has worked towards co-existence with China in Tibet (Gibb C. , The Dalai Lama: Peacemaker

  • Dalai Lama Research Paper

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    Who is the Dalai Lama? • The Dalai Lama is considered the head monk of Tibetan Buddhist monk. The 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, prefers to describe himself as a simple Buddhist monk. Because, we always see him dressed in maroon and yellow robes. He is the spiritual leader of Tibet; he has been a monk all his life. Lhamo Thondup went to the Potala Palace during the winter of 1940, where he was announced officially as the spiritual leader of Tibet. Soon after, he was taken to the Jokhang temple where

  • Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso

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    ‘Dalai Lama’ is a nickname means something like “Ocean of Wisdom”. Deeper meaning The Tibetan word ‘Lama’ means “a religious teacher who deserves the respect and devotion of his followers”. (Keynes, 2008, 207). Dalai Lama who considered as religious leader at the Tibetan Buddhists, and his spiritual and temporal leadership, in the region, which suffers internal unrest. His followers saw as the "king of Tibet" and “Successor Buddha,” and called him one of the “advocates of peace”. Buddha means an

  • Ocean Of Wisdom: The Dalai Lama

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    Ocean of Wisdom” that what simply means the Dalai Lama, has one of the most famous, recognizable face and character in the world, so charm and familiar, he seems to be everyone's hero and leader. Yet Tibetan and the press call him a "god" (he says he is no one special) or a "living Buddha" (he says he is just a human being who happens to be a Tibetan and chooses to be a monk). In some circles he is highly respected for his scholarship and tackling poverty and fighting ignorance. In other circles

  • Compassion By The Dalai Lama Analysis

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    The most meaningful or should I say the reading that intrigued me the most in part one is that of Compassion written by The Dalai Lama. The statement “I think that every human being has an innate sense of “I” (The Dalai Lama.p.83) is what peaked an interest for me, I interpreted that to mean that at some point of time in life everyone thinks of themselves. People may naturally have a desire to seek happiness, obtaining a sense of peace that will make them happy within life. He goes on to say

  • Dalai Lama Case Study

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    1. Explain the parallels drawn by the Dalai Lama between the three bodies of the Buddha and the Christian concept of the Trinity as you address the question: Do we need a metaphysical support for an ethics of compassion? Why or why not? Do the religious metaphysics add anything of value? I do not think that there is any condition to follow the compassion. Of course, the metaphysics may give a reason to practice compassion from a narrow prospective, but when one tries to find the dee nature of

  • Consider The Lobster By Dalai Lama Analysis

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    other creatures, because human used too many years and experienced too many difficulties for standing on the top of food chain. Human deserves to eat other animals. In Buddhism, it is publicize that every life is equal. With this education, the Dalai Lama always thinks things in moral ways. Thus, he writes an essay called “Ethics and the New Genetics”. He thinks that this world is develop so fast. Human needs to slow their steps and handle things in more moral ways. Also, when the other writer called

  • The Sunflower Analysis

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    that “right after I read The Sunflower I felt that were I in Wiesenthal’s place I would not have absolved the dying SS man of his heinous crimes. I knew, almost intuitively, that for me forgiveness was not an option.” Tenzin Gyatso, the fourteenth Dalai Lama, declares that he “…believes one should forgive the person or persons who have committed atrocities against oneself or mankind. But this does not necessarily mean one should forget about the atrocities committed. In fact, one should be aware and