We Have a Choice

We Have a Choice

Originally posted on Shambhala Blog:
When someone harms us, they create the cause of their own suffering. They do this by strengthening habits that imprison them in a cycle of pain and confusion. It’s not that we are responsible for what someone else does, and certainly not that we should feel guilty. But when they…

Tibetan Self-Immolates In Kham Region Of Occupied Tibet

Originally posted on tibettruth:
Image: via DossierTibet Now confirmed that on Thursday April 9, 2015  another self-immolation protest occured in occupied Tibet, Yeshi Kando aged 42 a Buddhist nun from the Kardze region of Kham in Eastern Tibet. According to reports she shouted slogans calling for the return of the exiled Tibetan leader the Dalai…

10 Signs You Were Once Obsessed With Livejournal

10 Signs You Were Once Obsessed With Livejournal

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Screaming Infidelities Before the term “blog” was part of our mainstream vocabulary, before everyone and their mother decided they were a lifestyle blogger, and before twitter and instagram and facebook…there was this amazing thing called Livejournal. If you were a teenager or college student in the early 2000’s, chances are,…

Bringing Tibet Home

Bringing Tibet Home

“Tibet” written on Tibetan soil by His Holiness the Dalai Lama For the past few weeks we here at Lhakar Diaries have been following the Kickstarter campaign for “Bringing Tibet Home,” a film with familiar faces documenting a brilliant art installation by Tenzing Rigdol that just kind of blew our minds. Below is an editorial written…

Actor Eli Wallach Dies at 98

Actor Eli Wallach Dies at 98

Originally posted on TIME:
Best known as Tuco or “The Ugly” in legendary western The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Eli Wallach may have played villains, but he was good at acting. Wallach, who died Tuesday at 98, had a career spanning six decades, with roles that put him next to Clark Gable and…