A Prophecy - ACE069.7

1978. A Prophecy - ACE069.7.

TitleA Prophecy - ACE069.7

Caption: "On the anniversary of the popular uprising by the Tibetan masses against the Chinese occupation in 1959, the Dalai Lama gives a speech to his people." Dalai Lama taking his place in front of large gathering of Tibetans. "We observe this occasion because our struggle is for the independence of Tibet…" He suggests that the invasion gives new opportunities, that Tibetans can learn from the Chinese, and urges them to build a modern social democracy but one in which the basic Dharma tenets of Buddhism are maintained so that people are kind and work for "the benefit of society, the benefit of others", and all bear some responsibility for reaching this target. Credits.

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