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228 Taiwanese Spirits Taesiong Scripture

Prayer


Chanting and practicing build achievements.  Spreading the Dharma accumulates virtues.  Guiding and salvaging the lost ones to early awareness and early realization.  For the nation-building of Taiwan, its time has come.  Our children and children’s children shall follow and take up democratic nation-building, human rights and liberty; and to live perpetually with Heaven’s Mandate.  The spirit of the February 28th Movement shall always be with Taiwan; shall always be with you.

 


 

(Chanting the Open Hearts Mantra Three Times to Complete the Scripture)


 

Um  Um  Hong  Hong  Tsum

Duo   La   Ba   Ni   Hum


 


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Newsflash

Kalsang Jinpa's charred body, draped in khatak (Tibetan scarves), is laid down below a portrait of His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the Dolma Square in front of the Rongwo MOnastery in Rebkong, eastern Tibet.

DHARAMSHALA, November 8: In more heartbreaking news coming out of Tibet, yet another Tibetan set himself on fire today in an apparent protest against China’s occupation of Tibet.

18-year-old nomad, Kalsang Jinpa, set himself on fire at the Dolma Square in front of the Rongwo Monastery in Rebkong, eastern Tibet. The former monk of the Rongwo Monastery raised a white banner with slogans calling for the Dalai Lama’s return and the rights of the Tibetan people before setting himself ablaze. He passed away in his fiery protest.