… the Buddhist movement never tries to destroy evil absolutely, as it would be evil to do so. Instead, it seeks to transform evil into good, turning even demonic entities into ‘protectors of freedom’ (dharmapala) […]
The UK Charity Commission An important body that has had a long relationship with the NKT is the UK Charity Commission. Like Inform, one of the fundamental tenets of the Charity Commission is neutrality. Unlike […]
Though the Tibetan Government in Exile (TGIE) said different times that China uses Shugden as a political means to split the Tibetan Community—e.g. by favouring monks practising Shugden or by supporting especially Tibetan monasteries in […]
The UK charity laws do not allow political activities.* When I stumbled today again over Helen Gradwell’s (Kelsang Pema’s) URGENT REQUEST FOR HELP TO GAIN FREEDOM FROM RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION sent to the UK parliament’s Committee […]
Here is a report from Sera monastery in South India about the actual situation. The report was written by a Buddhist monk.
Tibet scholar Robert Barnett of Columbia University has denied Time Magazine’s suggestion with respect to obtaining Indian ID cards as stated in the article The Dalai Lama’s Buddhist Foes July 18, 2008. TibetanReview.net states: Tibet […]