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  • xuliang
    (Tuesday, May 5. 2015 05:40 AM)
    As the robes grow onto our skin, we tend to forget its presence.
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:50 PM)
    Wesak Day, or Vesak Day, is the day that Buddha Shakyamuni was born, gained enlightenment and entered clear light. For Buddhists all over the world, it is a day to celebrate the Buddha’s teachings, ie. the Buddha Dharma. It is also to remind us of the potential that we can all achieve by following in the footsteps of Buddha Shakyamuni, which is enlightenment.

    Wesak Day is the most holiest time in the Buddhist calendar. The word Wesak comes from the Sinhalese language, “Visakha”, the name of the 2nd month of the lunar Hindu calendar.

    Different countries may celebrate Wesak Day in different ways… but many people celebrate it by offering flowers, joss sticks, candles and other personal offerings to the Buddhas. Temples all around the world carry out their own services and activities… and it’s also very common for many to liberate animals on that day, as well as going on a vegetarian diet.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/wesak-day-special-on-rtm-2.html
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:46 PM)
    Please take a moment out of your day to see this and read what is happening. It is not too long and yet it is very important and meaningful. When you have finished reading, may I humbly ask you to click on the link and sign this petition. Please STOP THE BOILING OF ANIMALS AND THE PAIN IT CAUSES. This shocks me to the core and I have no words to express the deep pain and sorrow. I beg you with folded hands to take 5 minutes and sign the petition. There are very kind people organizing this petition making it easy for us to do something about these horrendous and unnecessary acts of barbarism. We can stop this and we can. Please in all your humanity, sign the petition and share this article EVERYWHERE to create awareness.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/animals-vegetarianism/can-you-please-help.html
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:45 PM)
    It’s ‘funny’, but at the time of death, considering all of our activities in our lifetime, the ‘activity’ below are the ONLY ACTIONS that will help you at the decisive moment of death.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/inspiration-worthy-words/dear-henry-contemplate-daily.html
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:21 PM)
    This is my protector in full trance of the Panlung oracle monk greeting me. The touching of foreheads is traditional greeting between lamas. Dorje Shugden has always been kind and affectionate towards me.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/dorje-shugden/a-good-friend-to-have.html
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:20 PM)
    Sometimes dharma talks may touch something sensitive or deep within us, but do not be stuck on the superficial meanings and changes required, but think deeper.

    Dharma is not something to fear or to judge yourself by but for inner contemplations. To help you to have knowledge to be honest with yourself. To find who you really are and who your potential can be.

    Dharma is hope. Dharma is light. Dharma is the way of wisdom. Dharma is peace. Dharma is for those who wish peace and need a way to find it.

    Dharma is for all those who thirst for more in life than just the mundane daily actions.

    Dharma is for finding a way of life that can change your life for the better.

    Dharma can never harm nor bring damage. Never.

    Dharma was intended by Buddha to benefit. And it will benefit if you try.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/discovering-yourself-a-teaching-on-karma-mindstream.html
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:18 PM)
    May 4, 2015 @ 5:05am (GMT 8+) PART 2

    Outside Kathmandu, search and rescue work has largely been carried out by local police and troops.
    Assessments of 2,500 buildings carried out by more than 1,000 local engineers during the last four days have revealed that a fifth of the buildings in Kathmandu are no longer habitable.

    Three-quarters need repairs before they can be considered safe. The engineers took a random sample so as to make it representative of the city as a whole. Their results are still pending a full and thorough final assessment.

    In Sindhulpalchowk District, Gorkha District, Dolakha District and Sindhuli District, local officials say they have met less than 20% of the demand of the people in terms of relief aid. They are facing difficulties reaching affected areas due to a lack of vehicles and helicopters.

    Residents continue to complain of aid being slow to reach them, especially in the most remote villages which were already difficult to access before the quake.

    There is nowhere near enough helicopters to distribute the amount of aid necessary in the remote areas.

    Nepal is appealing to foreign governments for more helicopters. There are currently about 20 Nepalese army, private and Indian army helicopters involved in rescue operations. (Source: Home Affairs Ministry)
    In Pauwathok Village in Sidhulpalchowk District, residents continue to stay under makeshift shelters made of tarpaulins. These were obtained only after residents sat in the middle of the road Friday and blocked an aid convoy that eventually gave 30 to them.

    As a result, volunteers have begun stepping in to fill the void. Over the weekend, a truck full of rice, noodles and medical supplies arrived at Pauwathok. It had been organised by a teacher who went for help to Kathmandu, where he collected donations from charities and friends.

    On the road to Chautara, the district centre of Sindhupalchowk, many pick-up trucks, private cars and even motorbikes were loaded with basic foodstuffs, blankets, clothes and bedding rolls. Local shopkeepers across the worst affected areas say they have been giving away their stocks on credit, though it was unlikely they will ever be repaid by farmers whose valuables and livestock lay under tonnes of rubble.

    In Swarathok Village, Rashmiti Shashtra, a 23-year old public health student, organised the cremation and after-quake care of her village. After holding funerals on Monday, the 83 householders started organising. Shashtra made a list of survivors and convinced them to pool scant food stocks they had salvaged from their wrecked home, worked out how much each household could have each day, and distributed vital remaining kitchen utensils.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/current-affairs/nepal-disaster-2015.html
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:18 PM)
    May 4, 2015 @ 5:05am (GMT 8+) PART 1

    Official death toll is now over 7,250 in Nepal alone. Over 15,000 are reported injured. (Source: The Guardian)

    The death toll in the Sindhupalchowk district alone stands at 2,560 (compared with approximately 1,622 in Kathmandu). The UN says up to 90% of houses in Sindhupalchowk have been destroyed.

    In the northern Rasuwa district, a Nepalese police team has retrieved the bodies of about 50 people, including some foreign trekkers, from an area hit by landslides.

    Despite ruling out further survivors on Saturday, today a 101-year old man was rescued from the rubble of his home seven days after the earthquake. He suffered only minor injuries.

    Nepal Police also rescued three women from beneath rubble on Sunday in Sindhupalchowk, one of the districts worst hit by the quake, although it was not immediately known how long they had been trapped.

    Another two men and a woman were pulled from the rubble near Syauli village earlier this week, though it is not immediately clear which day they were rescued.

    A total of 54 foreign nationals have been killed, including 38 Indians, three Americans, one Briton and one French citizen.

    Chief of the Tourism Department estimates the death toll of foreigners will increase; in Langtang Valley which is completely wiped away, at least 109 foreigners are missing.

    Tribhuvan Airport has banned airliner jets weighing more than 196 tonnes because its runway is deteriorating under the strain. The airport only has parking space for nine jets, and reports are emerging of cracks on the runway.

    More than 4,000 foreigners from 34 countries have flown in to assist with search and rescue operations.

    The Home Affairs Ministry says they are now sending back foreign specialist search teams as “there are no pressures of rescuing now” (Source: The Guardian).

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/current-affairs/nepal-disaster-2015.html
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:12 PM)
    For Alice Tay –

    Dear Alice,

    Thank you for your kind message. We are happy that you are part of the growth of Kechara and appreciate you to continue work with us to grow further.

    Thank you,
    Pastor Adeline
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:11 PM)
    This week’s blog chat topic will be on “Why Visit Holy Pilgrimages?” http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/why-visit-holy-pilgrimages-2.html.

    DATE and TIME:
    Saturday 9th May, 11am-12pm (GMT+8)
    USA Friday 8th May, 8pm (PST)

    Looking forward to seeing you soon!
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 04:08 PM)
    For james –

    Dear James,

    May I ask you to provide the link you found this information on Samayavajra please?

    Thank you,
    Pastor Adeline
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 03:57 PM)
    For krynauw –

    Dear krynauw,

    May I ask which video are you referring to and the link you found it?

    Thank you,
    P. Adeline
  • Pastor Adeline
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 03:43 PM)
    For tk –

    Dear tk,

    Thank you for your question. It is true that there is divine protection and there is no doubt about it. The question here though is not to doubt the divine protection, but to understand how all beings are governed by our individual and collective karma. No divine can stop our negative karma from ripening including the Buddha Himself.

    When Shakyamuni Buddha was alive, He has clairvoyance and knew that Prince Virudhaka was going to massacre the Shakya clan. He went to the Prince three times to talk him out of his cruel intention, but the Prince’s intention was always rekindled. On the fourth time, the Buddha knew that the Shakya clan cannot get away from this fate, but His disciple Maudgalyayana who had great spiritual powers insisted on using his powers and hid the Shakya clan into his alms bowl. Maudgalyayana was shocked to find that all in his bowl still died later. It was only then that he realised that we cannot avoid from the ripening of our bad karma.

    So when unfortunate things happened, even in holy place, it is not due to the ineffectiveness of the divine protection, but the ripening of the people’s bad karma in that place. His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche gave a wonderful teaching on karma which I feel will benefit you. Please watch/read it here http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/discovering-yourself-a-teaching-on-karma-mindstream.html.

    With best wishes,
    Pastor Adeline
  • Alice Tay
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 02:56 PM)
    Dear Rinpoche,

    Recently,I found the young generation and also most of the parents only concern and enjoy what they are having now. They do not believe in reincarnation and karma. They just believe the things in front of them and nothing will happened afterwards. Sometimes, they will advise me not to think too much and just enjoy the moment. I feel sad when listen it.

    Anyway, I’m glad to see more pastors have been ordained in Kechara. Congratulations to all the Kechara Pastors. I humbly hope that they will become a good example and guidance for us to learn the dharma and involve in dharma work. The most important is continue to spread the dharma which will benefit to more people everywhere.

    Thank you.

    Your humbly,
    Alice Tay
  • tsemtulku
    (Monday, May 4. 2015 10:43 AM)
    I am happy that three more pastors have been ordained in Kechara yesterday on holy Wesak Day. The more pastors we have, the more we can share the dharma with those karmically ready. I offer my good wishes, prayers and thoughts to the new pastors from yesterday as well as our senior pastors. Thank you for your kindness in bringing benefit to others. Tsem Rinpoche

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Tonight's White Tara puja at Kechara House gompa was led by Wylfred Ng and assisted by Hee Thye Sang. White Tara puja is dedicated to the long life and good health of our beloved and precious Guru, H.E.Tsem Rinpoche . Like Tsongkapa, Rinpoche with great compassion looked after us with such love and patience for so long. Please live long Rinpoche and continue your immeasurable enlightened activities for the benefit of all sentient beings. Lucy Yap
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Today Puja House did 2 big pujas sponsored by groups of peoples for Nepalese earthquake. By Puja House . 4 May'15. #Puja #earthquake #nepal
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Puja outcall room items is well tidy up by Kent Kok. By Puja House. 4 May'15. #tsemtulku #outcall #tidy #room
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Puja House did a big Dorje Shugden Puja today for Nepalese earthquake victims. By Puja House 4 May '15. #Puja #victims #prayer #Nepal #tsemtulku
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