You *appear* to have an aversion to Tibetans, Tibetan Buddhism and the
Dalai Lama.

If you should choose to do so, I would like to hear whether you believe
that the aversion is based on compassion, and/or facts and logic and/or
emotional reactivity, and/or your experiences.

Thank you, ED

--- In, <billsm...@...> wrote:

I am definitely underwhelmed at the sayings of the Dalai Lama.

He's supposed to be a big-time Buddhist leader and continues to
encourage his
countrymen to cling to their attachment to their culture and language.
Most of
his quotes sound like bumper-stickers seen on 1960-vintage cars.

Don't worry about being 10,000 miles behind him. That's not necessarily
so. It
all depends on which direction you're traveling.


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