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Read this post!

Jan 7, 2012
Read this post!

Dear friends, I was referred to this blogsite called and I was very moved by this article posted by the author. So I extracted the article to share with you here… You can feel the compassion from the author towards Jojo. This post is part one as I think the Author will write more about...

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A method to release anger

Jan 7, 2012
A method to release anger

Dear friends, I came across this Introduced by Lindsay Wagner, this method can help release strong negative emotions such as anger, jealousy, revenge, unwanted responses and stress. Energy psychology uses acupuncture tapping to release the negative emotions via the body directly, bypassing the mind so that the emotions need not be processed mentally. This...

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Hilarious short video!!!!

Jan 6, 2012
Hilarious short video!!!!

This is really a hilarious video. Take a few minutes out from your day and watch. It is not in English, but just watch..the expressions and body language are universal. It is a stunt pulled in the shopping centre to show the public how sheltered they are. It is amazing to see who some...

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See these photos and smile!!

Jan 5, 2012
See these photos and smile!!

See these heartwarming photos…they will brighten your day…captions are not necessary…share with your friends…put a smile on someone’s face… Tsem Rinpoche

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Have you had a friend like this??

Jan 5, 2012
Have you had a friend like this??

Farewell Soo, loyal companion and dear friend. THERE was great sadness in my home last week. Soolam, my senior service dog, was put down. He was 13. The decision to euthanize Soo, as my other dogs and I fondly knew him, was not at all easy. The move was quickly reached when the Golden...

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Horrible News

Dec 30, 2011
Horrible News

The past 12 months have seen a record number of large ivory seizures across the world, a leading wildlife watchdog said Thursday, saying it had been a "horrible year for elephants"...

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Healing words by Ms Lindsay Wagner

Dec 28, 2011
Healing words by Ms Lindsay Wagner

When I was a kid, one of my topmost favorite shows was THE BIONIC WOMAN. On the nights the show was going to play, I got my chores done sooner and my homework too so I can relax and watch. I would be on my best behaviour so my mom wouldn’t punish me by...

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Posted in Celebrities & People, Videos | 19 Comments »

Why do I fail?

Dec 21, 2011
Why do I fail?

People who say they wish to do Dharma work full time must show results. You don’t just do Dharma work when you join Dharma work full time. But evenings and weekends can be spent doing Dharma work if you are sincere immediately now. You don’t have to have the perfect circumstances to do dharma...

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Feeling good? Looking good? Rupaul!

Dec 19, 2011
Feeling good? Looking good? Rupaul!

Dear friends, I find Rupaul a great talent and enduring for all those who chose to be just themselves… Rupaul has tenacity, will power and incredible creativity as an artist. I like Rupaul’s talented artistry. Rupaul is intense and also highly intelligent. I enjoy some of Rupaul’s videos so much. I find them funny,...

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A Mongolian boy sings about his mother in heaven

Dec 13, 2011
A Mongolian boy sings about his mother in heaven

  Description of the video: A 12-year-old Mongolian boy- Uudam (乌达木 Wudamu in Chinese) who lost his parents at the age of 8 in a road accident singing the song-“Mother in the Dream” (梦中的额吉) to his mother at heaven. He seldom talk about his story but when he miss his mother, he will sing this song. Besides, he always dream about his mother, sitting beside him. The song is in Mongolian, therefore, not everyone can understand the lyrics. However, his singing touched every judges and audiences in the hall without the understanding of the lyric...

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Enjoy a break – Dreams from 1977

Dec 12, 2011
Enjoy a break – Dreams from 1977

My dear blog friends, Another wonderful song for all you to enjoy while taking a break. I want you to have some nice music to relax you throughout your stressful days…I like to include the lyrics always because songs have more meaning when we know exactly what the singer is saying…enjoy… Tsem Rinpoche  ...

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Find What You Love by Steve Jobs

Dec 10, 2011
Find What You Love by Steve Jobs

  “Find What You Love” Steve Jobs’ at Stanford University Steve Jobs, who stepped down as CEO of Apple Wednesday after having been on medical leave, reflected on his life, career and mortality in a well-known commencement address at Stanford University in 2005. Here, read the text of that address: I am honored to...

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Posted in Celebrities & People, Inspiration & Worthy Words | 30 Comments »

How to Harness Power at Work

Dec 4, 2011
How to Harness Power at Work

How to Climb the Corporate Ladder by Josh Goh, assistant director of corporate services, The GMP Group While being well-qualified may give you a foot in the door, it may not necessarily guarantee that cushy job at the top. You need a smart plan and not just petty schemes. Have a career plan. Job...

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Tina Turner the powerful Buddhist

Oct 10, 2011
Tina Turner the powerful Buddhist

My friends, Years ago I was at home (early 80’s) in New Jersey flipping through the channels on the TV and came across Saturday Night Live (a big big show back then). I didn’t really appreciate the show, but watched it out of boredom. It was years later when I got older I realized...

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Apple’s Steve Jobs the Buddhist

Oct 9, 2011
Apple’s Steve Jobs the Buddhist

Dear friends, I have recently read up more and more on quotes and thoughts from Steve Jobs. To me they sounded very Buddhist. Whatever he was saying had a powerful logical and spiritual tone to it. And now I see why. He is a Buddhist. His thoughts and philosophies for work and life come...

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I feel it’s a wonderful billboard

Oct 8, 2011
I feel it’s a wonderful billboard

How do you feel about this religious figure appearing on this billboard? Do you feel the same about him appearing in an Apple ad? Would it depend on the type of Apple ad? Explain.     December 1, 2007 Although the Dalai Lama has been exiled from his fellow Tibetans since 1959, he remains...

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You wanna be rich?

Oct 8, 2011
You wanna be rich?

You know, it’s strange, I’ve been saying this most of my life… and the good thing is, it’s applicable in whatever situation and to whatever background we come from religious or not. But I am so glad Steve Jobs says the same thing… he has wisdom. In the end, it is what we have...

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Spirituality on the train

Oct 5, 2011
Spirituality on the train

While I was in Bangkok on the train you can obeserve this. In every major city you have subways, LRT, intercity trains for public transport. You have special signs suggesting to give seats to pregnant women and the elderly. In Bangkok you have the same but also signages to please offer seats to monks...

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k.d. Lang’s a committed Buddhist

Sep 28, 2011
k.d. Lang’s a committed Buddhist

K.d. lang's new album, Watershed, reflects the dramatic changes in her life since she became a committed Buddhist. K.d. lang talks for the first time about her Buddhist teacher and practice...

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Lamp of Sincerity

Sep 27, 2011
Lamp of Sincerity

I did a post a while back called “Yesterday I Experienced True Generosity” and in the comments section Kevin wrote a nice story about Buddha, a lamp and old lady. Here is the post. Thanks Kevin, Tsem Rinpoche     From Kevin Tan on Sep 11, 2011 at 1:45 am This old lady reminded...

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