Monday, July 24, 2017

History of Tibetan Elderly

History of Tibetan Elderly
History of Tibetan Elderly
The ancient isolation of Tibet, ended tragically over 50 years ago when the Chinese invaded and occupied a distant but independent state. In the late 1940s the Chinese showed themselves as neighbors who came to help harvest and community development.
What about his young life as a farmer and grazing is disturbed by infiltration (infiltration is the flow of water into the ground through the soil itself) Rainwater or irrigation can be used by plants after being infiltrated into the soil to be moist) and invasion (Military action in which the armed forces The state enters territory controlled by another country, with the aim of controlling the area or changing the ruling government.An older parent can still recall frightening memories of villages, arrests, imprisonment, forced labor and torture.Election of eyewitnesses to try to stop the killing Fellow villagers, monks, and the destruction of monasteries and sacred texts. When the Dalai Lama was forced to flee from Tibet in 1959, and about 80,000 Tibetans followed their spiritual leader in exile with great difficulty crossing the Himalayas on foot.

Of those who survived, they found their way to refugee settlements in India. In the 70s and 90s, they were the last generation to provide the first report on what it would be like to grow up in free Tibet. They also witnessed what happened to their country during the invasion. Most importantly, they bring the precious Buddhist wisdom, traditions, and beliefs of the Tibetans in their hearts.                                     by . arum suci blogg

Ditulis Oleh : Unknown // July 24, 2017

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