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The Buddhist Kingdoms of Indonesia

May 31, 2016
The Buddhist Kingdoms of Indonesia

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Valencia) Dear readers, I am very excited to share with you the history of Buddhist kingdoms in Indonesia. Although today Indonesia is famous for having the highest rate of Muslim population in the world, I would like to take you back to a time when Buddhism played a dominant role...

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Growing Up With Rinpoche

May 7, 2016
Growing Up With Rinpoche

If I examine my life honestly, I can safely say that all of the good things that have happened to me have been the result of my teacher, as well as any good qualities that may have scratched their way just a little bit through the mud. I first met Rinpoche in 1997, when...

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James Jameson – Disturbing

Apr 10, 2016
James Jameson – Disturbing

This is quite disturbing. Be warned as it can be shocking and not recommended for everyone. Admin     James Jameson Bought a Slave to Watch Her Be Eaten by Cannibals BY JOSH HRALA | MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2015 James Jameson, heir to the Jameson Irish Whiskey company, once bought a 10-year-old slave girl...

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Shangmo Dorje Putri – The Bamo of Sakya

Mar 19, 2016
Shangmo Dorje Putri – The Bamo of Sakya

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Most lineages within Tibetan Buddhism have practices surrounding Dharma protectors both enlightened and unenlightened and who manifest their activities in order to alleviate obstacles facing practitioners and to create conducive conditions for their spiritual progress. The holy Sakya lineage is no different. The most important protectors of the lineage include Panjaranata...

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5 Atrocities of the British Empire

Jan 20, 2016
5 Atrocities of the British Empire

War, conflict, fighting… no matter who takes the lead, it will always be ugly. Today, Britain is one of the most active Human Rights advocates in the world, but just as little as 50 years ago, the British Empire struck fear in the hearts of many as their brutal colonization schemes brought suffering and...

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Why is Buddha Amitabha So Prevalent in China?

Dec 14, 2015
Why is Buddha Amitabha So Prevalent in China?

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor David) www.davidlai.me A month ago, I was with Tsem Rinpoche and a bunch of other people in a car. In a conversation about China, Rinpoche suddenly asked us, “Why is Buddha Amitabha so prevalent in China?” Silence ensued for a few moments as everyone struggled to recall what they...

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Emperor Kangxi | 康熙皇帝

Nov 10, 2015
Emperor Kangxi | 康熙皇帝

(译文请往下阅读) I have always held a deep appreciation for Chinese culture. I find it fascinating that one nation can have such a large influence in the world and that until today, it has given rise to so many powerful leaders and thinkers. If you look at its neighbouring countries like Korea, Japan and Vietnam, you will see there is a strong Chinese influence in their food, architecture, clothing and even their language. When Chinese migrate all over the world, they carry their beautiful Chinese culture with them and they keep the traditions alive n...

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Huge outdoor Tsongkapa!

Oct 26, 2015
Huge outdoor Tsongkapa!

The building of this huge statue of Lord Tsongkapa has been completed as of January 2016, with Lord Tsongkhapa adorned in gold. Please see the pictures below.   A Short Biography of Tsongkhapa Alexander Berzin, August 2003, partly based on a discourse by Geshe Ngawang Dhargyey Dharamsala, India The biography of a great lama...

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2000-year-old Indian Buddhist documents!

Jan 31, 2013
2000-year-old Indian Buddhist documents!

I came across this interesting article where a 2,000 year old Indian Buddhist document is found and is currently being analyzed by experts from the Indological Studies at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet in Munich.

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Ancient Aliens – Season 1 to Season 3

Sep 16, 2011
Ancient Aliens – Season 1 to Season 3

Ancient Aliens is a series that launched their first episode on 20 April 2010. The series proposes various evidence around the theory that sometime within the existence of human civilization, we were once in contact with aliens... and perhaps even more...

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Kechara History

Sep 4, 2011
Kechara History

KECHARA HISTORY 16 March 2012 Contents Personal history of H.E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche Tsem Ladrang  Kechara Blooms Kechara Discovery Kechara House Kechara Care  Kechara Earth Project Kechara Pastors Program Kechara InMotion Kechara Media & Publications  Kechara Oasis Kechara Paradise Kechara Saraswati Arts Kechara Soup Kitchen Kechara Southern Jewel Chapel Kechara World Peace Centre  ...

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Changing Beliefs

Aug 3, 2011
Changing Beliefs

There is no right and wrong religion for you to personally follow... whether it be Buddhims, Islam, Taoism, Shintoism, Jainism, Sikkh, Christianity, Hinduism etc...

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Making History, A Visual Journey: Lamrim in Malaysian Book of Records

Jul 21, 2011
Making History, A Visual Journey: Lamrim in Malaysian Book of Records

On the 2/7/11 to 3/7/11, Kechara House attempted and officially made it into the Malaysian Book of Records for the Longest non-stop Lamrim Recitation (24 hours). It is wonderful to see so many people committing and fulfilling their commitment with pure dedication and motivation in their hearts. The retreat went on for 5 days, and...

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Kechara New Gompa Keys Received!!!!!

Nov 12, 2010
Kechara New Gompa Keys Received!!!!!

Today officially our Contractor Mr Ng has handed the keys of new Kechara Gompa to our Kechara President Datuk May and her committee. Today Kechara gompa is finished!!!! Very auspicious day!!! The official opening will be November 27, 2010. A very happy day for of us Kecharians. The Gompa is done and it is...

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