the leader of Tibet,
even in the wake
of exile and instability
of his land and people,
he remains an embodiment
of peace and compassion.
As the 10th of March (50th year for Tibetans in Exile) is approaching, some of you might be joining with local Tibetans to protest. But to those who cannot make it this year, please: Please send a letter to the editorial, may be to your local newspaper about Tibet and their current situation. It does not matter wheather it gets published or not, the important thing is that they (newspaper) know that people are interested and do not forget, about Tibet.
There is a moving documentary called: Murder at Snow you can purchase it or make a donation at the following link: http://www.tibetmurderinthesnow.com/fund.html.
"There is no greater sorrow on Earth than the loss of one's native land" Euripides (Medea, v. 650-0651)