Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso, wurde am fünften Tag des fünften Monats im weiblichen Holz-Schwein-Jahr (entsprechend am 6. Juli ) als Sohn einfacher. Geboren wurde Tenzin Gyatso in eine Bauernfamilie hinein in einem kleinen Bergdorf im Nordosten Tibets. Bereits mit zwei Jahren wurde. Dalai Lama (wörtlich „Ozeangleicher Lehrer“) heißt mit bürgerlichem Namen Tenzin Gyatso und wurde am 6. Juli in Osttibet geboren.
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Tenzin Gyatso Life in Tibet VideoHis Holiness the Dalai Lama In Conversation with Greta Thunberg and Leading Scientists Im Oktober erklärte Tenzin Gyatso, er unterstütze die Unabhängigkeit Tibets Tucker Gott und hoffe, China als Nobelpreisträger besuchen zu Verliebt In Berlin Schauspieler. Auch als es im März im Vorfeld der Olympischen Spiele in Peking zu Unruhen in Tibet kam, verfolgte der Dalai Lama den Weg des gewaltfreien Widerstandes. Eine schwere Zeit begann. Dalai Lama inthronisiert.
Die Entführung Der Verrückten Mrs Stone Ganzer Film Jo Gerner liegt im Sand begraben, denn GZSZ ist nicht ihre erste Station. - Dalai Lama: Zitate über das LebenApril informierte Jawaharlal Nehru das indische Parlament darüber, dass er dem London Uhrzeit Lama, seiner Familie und den Begleitern Asyl gewährte. Mayo Clinic. The traditional ceremony enthroning the 14th Dalai Lama was attended by observing foreign dignitaries Sinister 3 a traditional Tibetan recognition processes. Santa Fe, New Mexico. In Aprilthe Dalai Lama confirmed the official Chinese claims about Gedhun Choekyi Nyima by saying that he knew Legion 2 "reliable sources" that the Panchen Lama he had recognized was alive and receiving normal education.
XIV No. Autumn , pp. Rgya mtsho , the corresponding Tibetan word, always has formed the last part of the religious name of the Dalai Lama since Dalai Lama II [sic — should read Dalai Lama III].
The expression Lama Bla ma means the "superior one". Western usage has taken it to mean the "priest" of the Buddhism of Tibet. The term Dalai Lama, therefore, means the Lama whose wisdom is as deep, as vast and as embracing as the ocean.
Since , when he devolved his political authority to the elected leadership, His Holiness has described himself as retired. Peace Initiatives On 21 September in an address to members of the United States Congress in Washington, DC, His Holiness proposed a Five-Point Peace Plan for Tibet as a first step towards a peaceful solution of the worsening situation in Tibet.
The five points of the plan were as follows:. On 15 June , in an address to members of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, His Holiness further elaborated on the last point of the Five-Point Peace Plan.
He proposed talks between the Chinese and Tibetans leading to a self-governing democratic political entity for all three provinces of Tibet. This entity would be in association with the People's Republic of China and the Chinese Government would continue to be responsible for Tibet's foreign policy and defence.
Universal Recognition His Holiness the Dalai Lama is a man of peace. In he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his non-violent struggle for the liberation of Tibet.
He has consistently advocated policies of non-violence, even in the face of extreme aggression. He also became the first Nobel Laureate to be recognized for his concern for global environmental problems.
His Holiness has travelled to more than 67 countries spanning 6 continents. He has received over awards, honorary doctorates, prizes, etc.
He has also authored or co-authored more than books. His Holiness has held discussions with heads of different religions and participated in many events promoting inter-religious harmony and understanding.
Since the mids, His Holiness has engaged in a dialogue with modern scientists, mainly in the fields of psychology, neurobiology, quantum physics and cosmology.
Such decisions are founded on responsibility and altruism - the parents compassionate commitment to care of their child until it is able to take care of itself.
Thus, from the very moment of our conception, our parents' love is directly in our creation. Moreover, we are completely dependent upon our mothers' care from the earliest stages of our growth.
According to some scientists, a pregnant woman's mental state, be it calm or agitated, has a direct physical effect on her unborn child. The expression of love is also very important at the time of birth.
Since the very first thing we do is suck milk from our mothers' breast, we naturally feel close to her, and she must feel love for us in order to feed us properly; if she feels anger or resentment her milk may not flow freely.
Then there is the critical period of brain development from the time of birth up to at least the age of three or four, during which time loving physical contact is the single most important factor for the normal growth of the child.
If the child is not held, hugged, cuddled, or loved, its development will be impaired and its brain will not mature properly. Since a child cannot survive without the care of others, love is its most important nourishment.
The happiness of childhood, the allaying of the child's many fears and the healthy development of its self-confidence all depend directly upon love.
Nowadays, many children grow up in unhappy homes. If they do not receive proper affection, in later life they will rarely love their parents and, not infrequently, will find it hard to love others.
This is very sad. As children grow older and enter school, their need for support must be met by their teachers. If a teacher not only imparts academic education but also assumes responsibility for preparing students for life, his or her pupils will feel trust and respect and what has been taught will leave an indelible impression on their minds.
On the other hand, subjects taught by a teacher who does not show true concern for his or her students' overall well-being will be regarded as temporary and not retained for long.
Similarly, if one is sick and being treated in hospital by a doctor who evinces a warm human feeling, one feels at ease and the doctors' desire to give the best possible care is itself curative, irrespective of the degree of his or her technical skill.
On the other hand, if one's doctor lacks human feeling and displays an unfriendly expression, impatience or casual disregard, one will feel anxious, even if he or she is the most highly qualified doctor and the disease has been correctly diagnosed and the right medication prescribed.
Inevitably, patients' feelings make a difference to the quality and completeness of their recovery. Even when we engage in ordinary conversation in everyday life, if someone speaks with human feeling we enjoy listening, and respond accordingly; the whole conversation becomes interesting, however unimportant the topic may be.
On the other hand, if a person speaks coldly or harshly, we feel uneasy and wish for a quick end to the interaction.
From the least to the most important event, the affection and respect of others are vital for our happiness. Recently I met a group of scientists in America who said that the rate of mental illness in their country was quite high-around twelve percent of the population.
It became clear during our discussion that the main cause of depression was not a lack of material necessities but a deprivation of the affection of the others.
So, as you can see from everything I have written so far, one thing seems clear to me: whether or not we are consciously aware of it, from the day we are born, the need for human affection is in our very blood.
Even if the affection comes from an animal or someone we would normally consider an enemy, both children and adults will naturally gravitate towards it.
I believe that no one is born free from the need for love. And this demonstrates that, although some modern schools of thought seek to do so, human beings cannot be defined as solely physical.
No material object, however beautiful or valuable, can make us feel loved, because our deeper identity and true character lie in the subjective nature of the mind.
Developing compassion Some of my friends have told me that, while love and compassion are marvelous and good, they are not really very relevant.
Our world, they say, is not a place where such beliefs have much influence or power. They claim that anger and hatred are so much a part of human nature that humanity will always be dominated by them.
I do not agree. We humans have existed in our present form for about a hundred-thousand years. I believe that if during this time the human mind had been primarily controlled by anger and hatred, our overall population would have decreased.
But today, despite all our wars, we find that the human population is greater than ever. This clearly indicates to me that love and compassion predominate in the world.
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Retrieved 12 March The Buddhist group leading a global campaign of harassment against the Dalai Lama has called off its demonstrations and disbanded, according to a statement on its website.
The announcement comes after a Reuters investigation revealed in December that China's ruling Communist Party backs the Buddhist religious sect behind the protests that have confronted the Dalai Lama in almost every country he visits.
Reuters found that the sect had become a key instrument in China's campaign to discredit the Tibetan spiritual leader.
Talking to the media at Gaggal Airport in Kangra district after returning from four-day Delhi visit, Lama hoped that the official Panchen Lama studies well under the guidance of a good teacher.
So we will see," he said. He said there are instances in Tibetan Buddhist tradition, "where a reincarnated lama took more than one manifestation".
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Diki Tsering mother Thubten Jigme Norbu brother Jetsun Pema sister. Thupten Jinpa translator Recognition Travels Seven Years in Tibet film Kundun film What Remains of Us documentary 10 Questions for the Dalai Lama documentary Dalai Lama Renaissance documentary The Sun Behind the Clouds documentary Dalai Lama Awakening documentary Compassion in Action documentary.
Dalai Lamas. Gendun Drup Gendun Gyatso Sonam Gyatso Yonten Gyatso Lozang Gyatso Tsangyang Gyatso Kelzang Gyatso Jamphel Gyatso Lungtok Gyatso Tsultrim Gyatso Khedrup Gyatso Trinley Gyatso Thubten Gyatso Tenzin Gyatso.
List of Dalai Lamas Gelug Yellow Hat sect Ganden Podrang Potala Palace Norbulingka. Political leaders of the Tibet Autonomous Region.
Zhang Guohua Fan Ming Zhang Jingwu Zhang Guohua Ren Rong Yin Fatang Wu Jinghua Hu Jintao Chen Kuiyuan Guo Jinlong Yang Chuantang Zhang Qingli Chen Quanguo Wu Yingjie.
Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme Yang Dongsheng Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme Raidi Legqog Qiangba Puncog Padma Choling Losang Jamcan. Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama Preparatory Committee Choekyi Gyaltsen, 10th Panchen Lama Preparatory Committee, acting Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme People's Committee Zeng Yongya Revolutionary Committee Ren Rong Revolutionary Committee Sanggyai Yexe Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme Doje Cedain Gyaincain Norbu Legqog Qiangba Puncog Padma Choling Losang Jamcan Che Dalha.
Tan Guansan Zhang Guohua Ren Rong Yin Fatang Yangling Dorje Raidi Pagbalha Geleg Namgyai. Vice Chairperson of the National People's Congress.
Soong Ching-ling Lin Boqu Li Jishen Zhang Lan Luo Ronghuan Shen Junru Guo Moruo Huang Yanpei Peng Zhen Li Weihan Chen Shutong Tenzin Gyatso, Dalai Lama Saifuddin Azizi Cheng Qian alternate.
Lin Boqu Li Jishen Luo Ronghuan Shen Junru Guo Moruo Huang Yanpei Peng Zhen Li Weihan Chen Shutong Tenzin Gyatso, Dalai Lama dismissed Saifuddin Azizi Cheng Qian Choekyi Gyaltsen, Panchen Erdeni dismissed He Xiangning Liu Bocheng Lin Feng.
Peng Zhen Liu Bocheng Li Jingquan Kang Sheng Guo Moruo He Xiangning Huang Yanpei Chen Shutong Li Xuefeng Xu Xiangqian Yang Mingxuan Cheng Qian Saifuddin Azizi Lin Feng Liu Ningyi Zhang Zhizhong Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme Zhou Jianren.
Dong Biwu Soong Ching-ling Kang Sheng Liu Bocheng Wu De Wei Guoqing Saifuddin Azizi Guo Moruo Xu Xiangqian Nie Rongzhen Chen Yun Tan Zhenlin Li Jingquan Zhang Dingcheng Cai Chang Ulanhu Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme Zhou Jianren Xu Deheng Hu Juewen Li Suwen Yao Lianwei Deng Yingchao alternate.
Soong Ching-ling Nie Rongzhen resigned Liu Bocheng resigned Ulanhu Wu De resigned Wei Guoqing Chen Yun Guo Moruo Tan Zhenlin Li Jingquan Zhang Dingcheng resigned Cai Chang resigned Deng Yingchao Saifuddin Azizi Liao Chengzhi Ji Pengfei resigned Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme Zhou Jianren resigned Xu Deheng Hu Juewen Peng Zhen Xiao Jinguang alternate Zhu Yunshan alternate Shi Liang alternate Peng Chong alternate Xi Zhongxun alternate Su Yu alternate Yang Shangkun alternate Choekyi Gyaltsen, Panchen Erdeni alternate Zhu Xuefan alternate.
Chen Pixian Wei Guoqing Geng Biao Hu Juewen Xu Deheng Peng Chong Wang Renzhong Shi Liang Zhu Xuefan Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme Choekyi Gyaltsen, Panchen Erdeni Saifuddin Azizi Zhou Gucheng Yan Jici Hu Yuzhi Rong Yiren Ye Fei Liao Hansheng Han Xianchu Huang Hua Chu Tunan supplemental.
Xi Zhongxun Ulanhu Peng Chong Wei Guoqing Zhu Xuefan Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme Choekyi Gyaltsen, Panchen Erdeni Saifuddin Azizi Zhou Gucheng Yan Jici Rong Yiren Ye Fei Liao Hansheng Ni Zhifu Chen Muhua Fei Xiaotong Sun Qimeng Lei Jieqiong Wang Hanbin.
Tian Jiyun Wang Hanbin Ni Zhifu Chen Muhua Fei Xiaotong Sun Qimeng Lei Jieqiong Qin Jiwei Li Ximing Wang Bingqian Pagbalha Geleg Namgyai Wang Guangying Cheng Siyuan Lu Jiaxi Buhe Tömür Dawamat Gan Ku Li Peiyao murdered Wu Jieping.
Tian Jiyun Xie Fei Jiang Chunyun Zou Jiahua Pagbalha Geleg Namgyai Wang Guangying Cheng Siyuan Buhe Tömür Dawamat Wu Jieping Peng Peiyun He Luli Zhou Guangzhao Cheng Kejie dismissed Cao Zhi Ding Shisun Cheng Siwei Xu Jialu Jiang Zhenghua.
Wang Zhaoguo Li Tieying Ismail Amat He Luli Ding Shisun Cheng Siwei Xu Jialu Jiang Zhenghua Gu Xiulian Raidi Sheng Huaren Lu Yongxiang Uyunqimg Han Qide Fu Tieshan.
Wang Zhaoguo Lu Yongxiang Uyunqimg Han Qide Hua Jianmin Chen Zhili Zhou Tienong Li Jianguo Ismail Tiliwaldi Jiang Shusheng Chen Changzhi Yan Junqi Sang Guowei.
Li Jianguo Wang Shengjun Chen Changzhi Yan Junqi Wang Chen Shen Yueyue Ji Bingxuan Zhang Ping Qiangba Puncog Arken Imirbaki Wan Exiang Zhang Baowen Chen Zhu.
Wang Chen Cao Jianming Zhang Chunxian Shen Yueyue Ji Bingxuan Arken Imirbaki Wan Exiang Chen Zhu Wang Dongming Padma Choling Ding Zhongli Hao Mingjin Cai Dafeng Wu Weihua.
Nobel laureates of the People's Republic of China. Mo Yan Tu Youyou Laureates of the Nobel Peace Prize. Sidney Altman Canada and United States Thomas Cech United States.
Norman Foster Ramsey Jr. United States Hans Georg Dehmelt Germany Wolfgang Paul Germany. Michael Bishop United States Harold E.
Varmus United States. Trygve Haavelmo Norway. Nobel Prize recipients 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Templeton Prize laureates.
Mother Teresa Brother Roger Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Leo Josef Suenens Chiara Lubich Thomas F. Ralph Wendell Burhoe Cicely Saunders Billy Graham Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Michael Bourdeaux Alister Hardy James I.
Freeman Dyson Arthur Peacocke John Polkinghorne Holmes Rolston III George F. Ellis Charles H. Townes John D. Francisco J.
Ramon Magsaysay Award recipients. Government Service — Yuan Longping. Deshmukh J. Raden Kodijat Ali Sadikin. Morihiko Hiramatsu Hiroshi Kuroki Yukiharu Miki.
Mohamed Suffian Mohamed Hashim B. Akhtar Hameed Khan. Jose Vasquez Aguilar Francisca Reyes-Aquino Hilario Davide Jr.
Grace Padaca Jesse Robredo Jovito R. Salonga Miriam Defensor Santiago Haydee Yorac. Goh Keng Swee. Anand Panyarachun Chamlong Srimuang Jon Ungphakorn Phon Sangsingkeo Prawase Wasi Puey Ungpakorn.
Shih-chu Hsu Kwoh-Ting Li Jiang Menglin. Tee Tee Luce. Gao Yaojie Jiang Yanyong Liang Congjie Wu Qing. Baba Amte Banoo Jehangir Coyaji Manibhai Desai Jayaprakash Narayan V.
Jassin Teten Masduki. Ruth Pfau. Center for Agriculture and Rural Development Mutually Reinforcing Institutions CARD MRI.
Kim Sun-tae Park Won-soon. Fua Hariphitak Mechai Viravaidya Nilawan Pintong Phra Parnchand Prateep Ungsongtham Hata Sirindhorn Sithiporn Kridakara Sophon Suphapong Therdchai Jivacate Thongbai Thongpao.
Community Leadership — Tahrunessa Abdullah Fazle Hasan Abed Muhammad Yunus Zafrullah Chowdhury Mohammed Yeasin Angela Gomes. Cynthia Maung.
Fusaye Ichikawa. Sombath Somphone. Tunku Abdul Rahman. Mahabir Pun. Education in Tibet He began his education at the age of six and completed the Geshe Lharampa Degree Doctorate of Buddhist Philosophy when he was Leadership Responsibilities In , at 16, His Holiness was called upon to assume full political power as Head of State and Government when Tibet was threatened by the might of China.
Universal Responsibility During his travels abroad, His Holiness has spoken strongly for better understanding and respect among the different faiths of the world.
The Autobiography of the Dalai Lama. New York: Harper Collins, The fullest account, written in English. My Land and My People. Memoirs of the Dalai Lama of Tibet.
New York: McGraw-Hill, , Reprinted, New York: Potala Corp. His first account, translated from Tibetan, written with David Howarth, English writer, after escaping to India.
Ocean of Wisdom. Guidelines for Living. Santa Fe, N. Includes Nobel acceptance speech. A Policy of Kindness.His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso is the fourteenth Dalai bambeestudio.com full name is Jetsun Jamphel Ngawang Lobsang Yeshe Tenzin bambeestudio.com Dalai Lama was born in Tagtser (Amdo) in Tibet to a family of farmers on 6 July He is the fourteenth and current Dalai Lama. He is the political and spiritual leader of bambeestudio.com: Dalai Lama. —Tenzin Gyatso. Early Life. Tenzin Gyatso was born in a rural village in Tibet. Following the practices of Tibetan Buddhism he was recognized as the 14th reincarnation of the Dalai Lama, a term that means Ocean of Wisdom. Dalai Lamas are believed to be the manifestation of the Bodhisattva or enlightened being of compassion and the patron. Tenzin Gyatso (rojstno ime Lhamo Dhondrub, med tibetanci tudi Kundün, Yeshe Norbu ali Gyalwa Rinpoche), tibetanski budistični menih in dalajlama, * 6. julij , Taktser, provinca Amdo, Tibet.. Tenzin Gyatso se je rodil kot Lhamo Thondup. Ko je bil star komaj dve leti, so ga menihi razglasili za zemeljsko utelešenje Avalokitešvare, bodhisatve bambeestudio.comžavljanstvo: Tibet, Kitajska, Republika Kitajska[d].