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The Dalai Lama tells Buddhists to follow the path of Mother Teresa

Tuesday 24 August 2010

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Samdhong Rinpoche reveals the importance of the Blessed of Calcutta for Tibetan Buddhism. "For us, the Mother is the incarnation of Maha Karuna (immeasurable compassion). For her, no one was unreachable. The Dalai Lama had the deepest admiration and respect for Mother. "


Continuing our review of testimonies on Mother Teresa of Calcutta promoted by AsiaNews, a few days from the centenary of the birth of the Blessed. On August 26 the anniversary of the Missionary of Charity will be celebrated.

Samdhong Rinpoche, 71, has lived in exile in India since 1959, when he fled from Tibet due to Chinese government repression. On July 29, 2001, he was elected prime minister of the Tibetan government in exile by civilians who had fled from Tibet. Below his interview with AsiaNews:

- How was Mother Teresa viewed by Tibetan Buddhists?

She represents love without distinction and compassion for all humanity. For Tibetan Buddhism, the Mother is the incarnation of Maha Karuna (immeasurable compassion). Everyday love has a reason: we love our family, friends ... But the love of Mother Teresa is the divine love for all human beings. And Mother’s love was expressed through humble service.

Mother Teresa served the people, she transfigured the face of suffering humanity through her love and compassion. For her, no one was unreachable, she touched the poorest of the poor with her soul and gave them a reason to live and dignity.

- What kind of relationship was there between Mother Teresa and the Dalai Lama?

The Dalai Lama admired Mother Teresa and had the deepest respect for her. After meeting her, he said she was an example of a compassionate person. Often he told Buddhist monks and nuns to follow the example of Mother Teresa and serve the poorest of the poor in an imitation of her spirit, her compassion and her dedication.
The Dalai Lama also said that the spirit, compassion and dedication of Mother Teresa would continue to lead the human community.


Source: Asia News

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  • Maravilloso conocer esto. Es difícil en nuestra sociedad mercantilista tomar el camino de la compasión, el tiempo dedicado a ello se ve como una pérdida.
    Nuestra sociedad actual necesitaría la transformación del sistema de relaciones económicas para facilitar realizar nuestra vida con una compasión inmensurable. Tal vez ese habría de ser el camino hoy: actuar para organizar la sociedad y sus leyes acorde a la compasión, con justicia.

    • -*-*- Nice to know this. It is difficult in our mercantilist society take the path of compassion, the time devoted to it is seen as a loss. Our society today require the transformation of economic relations system to facilitate conduct our lives with immeasurable compassion. Maybe that is the way today: act in order to organize society and laws with a compassionate way, with justice.

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