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Roots

The root of improvement is criticism.
The root of wellness is health.
The root of trust is honest truthfulness.
The root of unity is equality. 75 more words

Translations From Tibetan

‘Language Rights Are Human Rights’

A Tibetan student support group calls on China to release a bilingual education advocate

By Tenzin Sangmo

Members of Students for a Free Tibet , the largest grassroots Tibet support group in the world, protested outside the Chinese consulate in New York on January 26 to call for the release of a 31-year-old Tibetan shopkeeper who was arrested after The New York Times quoted him… 337 more words

Politics

Adding Virtue to Everyday Actions

From the Dechok Rinchen Dronma’i Phen Yön, The Benefits of the Recitation Practice of the Precious Lamp, also known as The Thirty-two Benefits of the MA TRI Mantra… 105 more words

Confessions of a Lazy Language Learner

I always start out so excited and ambitious with languages and then well…I fall off that high horse real quick. I love learning languages, but I’m lazy. 629 more words

Tibetan Language