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    Modern version of the Eternal Knot by Charles Huttner
A View on Buddhism
Teksty w jezyku polskim     Deutsche Seiten

HIS HOLINESS THE 14th DALAI LAMA

His Holiness during a Kalachakra initiation; courtesy www.snowlionpub.com"Whenever I meet even a 'foreigner,'
I have always the same feeling:
'I am meeting another member of the human family.'
This attitude has deepened my affection
and respect for all beings."

His Holiness the Dalai Lama

This site would not be complete without an attempted tribute to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, one of the greatest and most influential Buddhist masters of this era.

Words are simply insufficient to describe this amazing person. In case you do not understand what I mean, I would strongly advise to try and meet him - you may well feel the same afterwards.

 

Tibetans believe he is an incarnation of Avalokiteshvara, and I dare say, I have never observed any action of him that would make me doubt that belief.

 

"I pray for a more friendly, more caring,
and more understanding human family on this planet.
To all who dislike suffering,
who cherish lasting happiness -
this is my heartfelt appeal."
His Holiness the Dalai Lama

"May I become at all times, both now and forever
A protector for those without protection
A guide for those have lost their way
A ship for those with oceans to cross
A bridge for those with rivers to cross
A sanctuary for those in danger
A lamp for those without light
A place of refuge for those who lack shelter
And a servant to all in need."
His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama November 6, 2000

BRIEF LONG-LIFE PRAYER FOR HIS HOLINESS THE 14th DALAI LAMA

In this land walled round by snowy mountains (Tibet),
You are the source of all happiness and good.
Mighty Chenresig, Tenzin Gyatso,
Fix your lotus feet until samsara ends!

NAME MANTRA

There are versions in various lengths of the name mantra of His Holiness; the version which ven. Jhado Rinpoche (abbot of His Holiness' personal monastery, Namgyal) is:
OM AH GURU VAJRADHARA BHATARAK MANJUSHRI VAGINDRA SUMATI JÑANA SHASANADHARA SAMUDRA SHRI BHADRA SARVA SIDDHI HUM HUM

Many web sites describe His Holiness better than I can; see for example the site of the Tibetan Government in Exile, or read one of his many books (some are given in the booklist).

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