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He is super compassionate!

Feb 21, 2017
He is super compassionate!

Dear friends, In a world where our environment is changing for the worse, it does not rain like it used to in some parts of the world, and water is difficult to come by even in the wilderness. Most of us take our supply of water for granted, but imagine what wild animals must...

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Shall I go to Sierra Leone?

Feb 20, 2012
Shall I go to Sierra Leone?

I read your blog every day and rejoice that you may leave Malaysia. Don’t go to the USA, though–it is full of lamas already. Come to my country, Sierra Leone! No lamas ever come here because we have no money, and because of our bad karma which causes life here to be so cruel....

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