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At 7:55am on March 23, 2009, Viviana said…
Hola amigo Tashi,
how are you? Thanks for your nice wishes. I´m very happy to see news from you on my page.
I wish the best for you and all the brethren there.
Blessings and much light from the heart

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At 7:19pm on March 22, 2009, Stephanie said…
Funny that all my messages got to you!!! I didn't think so (Ipeace computer is so overloaded with work!!)
Just make it a little story and I will be happy to look it over if you want. I think your English is fine...here it is very good...but if you want, I can correct it first. A story about your life would be wonderful, but something personal and something that will let us know you better and inspire us or make us smile.
Hope you can do it...it would be wonderful for all of us.
At 7:56am on March 22, 2009, Wayne Elkin said…
Hi Zhiwapa,
I love your writing and ways of expressing your truths. I have been concerned for Tibet and Nepal for years. I am
with you all the way through iPeace. I am interested in reading more and getting to know you. I wish you the best in all you do.
Peace Wayne
At 5:39pm on March 21, 2009, Stephanie said…
This is the third message I am sending...the others disappeared. Please let me know if this gets to you!!
At 5:36pm on March 21, 2009, Stephanie said…
I just left you a long message and it disappeared...let me try this before trying to write it again!
At 5:36pm on March 21, 2009, Stephanie said…
It would be an enormous honor if you could be the very first person from Tibet to write a story, even if a tiny little one, on the group 15,000 Stories. I am trying very hard to get all nationalities to write something about their lives, their homes, their feelings, schooling, family, thoughts...to get to know each other better.
If possibly you need help in English, I would be very happy to correct it. The writing here seems very very good, so perhaps that is not a problem. It is not important the length of the piece, even just a few lines would be fine.
If you are interested let me know. It would be very wonderful for people to read, I am sure!!
With friendship
At 7:02pm on March 20, 2009, Zhiwapa said…
wow, what a great picture~ this picture represent my visionary dream, Thank you so much dear friend Krystyna postawa~ Thank You - Thuk Je Che~

At 5:05pm on March 20, 2009, susan chandel said…

Hi Zhiwapa I was drawn to your beautiful page and now I see why. Thanks for making iPeace even richer.
At 4:51pm on March 20, 2009, susan chandel said…
Beautiful writing, lovely page. I was drawn to visit and drop you a note. Thank you for your contributions that make the iPeace experience even richer.peaceniks
At 3:59pm on March 20, 2009, Zhiwapa said…
Hello Krystyna, Thank you so much for your friendship and great pictures gift~ Its my one my favourite place to visit. The Potalace Palace. There are unimaginable secret behind this small picture of great Castle of Tibet...
I am sure are aware of this~
At 9:06pm on March 18, 2009, Zhiwapa said…
Yeah, sometimes i practise spirituality but i am not luck enough as i don't have a specific sect.
At 12:43pm on March 18, 2009, simona/Tsewang Dolma said…
i belog to Karma Kagyu lineage and my root teacher is Lama Ole Nydahl and Karmapa :) do you practise Dharma?
At 4:56pm on March 17, 2009, Zhiwapa said…

At 3:22pm on March 17, 2009, Zhiwapa said…
oh..i see, Phowa initiation is a great practice. When i was a child, i remember my mom used to practise Phowa. She is a Tibetan traditional doctor and had great knowledge about Buddhism. She is from Drukpa Kagyu lineage. What about you? Anyhow, i am sure your practice is going on well. I really appreciate your passion and envy you for being there in the great institute! hehe....
At 3:11pm on March 17, 2009, simona/Tsewang Dolma said…
Nice to meet you too :) i'm a violonist and buddhism student from Lithuania.when i was 14 years old i started to practise buddhism and i got first initiation of Phowa from my lama.it's good to remember :) now i'm planing to study buddhism in Karpamas institute in India and stay there to live.I really care of what's going in Tibet. :)

With love and peace :) Tsewang
At 2:50pm on March 17, 2009, Zhiwapa said…
Dear, christer, Thank you so much for your greetings and wonderful comment!
It’s delightful to know that you are peace analyst if i am not wrong.
Well, the imbalance or balance is not utterly depending on the seer or observer, but it is entirely depend on the circumstances or state of affairs in the nature. This is very basic. It is acceptable that a balanced mind doesn't create imbalance. But do you think a balanced body creates imbalance? When we talk about peace, it’s not biased either on inner or physical. After all, it is whole.

Secondly, no one can accept that universe is 100% balance like one cannot measure it. One can easily understand the reason. The nature of universe is vigorously, dynamically and recurrently moving and there is lots of force and violence.
For example, even on our earth, there are lots of earth quakes, volcanoes, tsunami, storms, flood, landslide, etc in nature.
Wars, killings, destruction etc are going on in some part of our home world among creatures. These are because of the imbalance of natural elements like fire, water, soil, etc and also imbalance of mental elements of living creatures like man.
But it is important to be positive thinker, like you. I appreciate motivation.
For Tibet case, now days, even the peace of small insects and birds are shaken. As a peace analyst, i am sure you have pondered upon the natural zone in Tibet.
Chinese communist party has undertaken lots of deforestation and mining in Tibet as a result, the animal rights are violated basically and they are under threat.
Now, lots of naturally imbalance is facing, there are lots of pollutions arising due to this action.
This is a reality and I think it is important to review for being a peace analyst.
Friend, Please can u explain what exactly do you mean by saying Tibet is suppressed because Tibet suppresses the source of peace?
i really did not understand this point.

By the way, thank you so so much for your response and great concern!
At 12:02pm on March 13, 2009, christer olsen, peace analyst said…
Greetings, this is a comment on your comment to Rajesh.

As for balance, the universe is not 98% balanced, but 100%. If there seems to be an imbalance, it is because the seer is imbalanced. Violence or any other shape of suffering is nothing but the fruit of action or thought by the suffering observer. A balanced mind does not create imbalance, therefore he cannot harvest imbalance. If the world suffers, it is because the mind of the world turns its back on the source of balance and consequently thinks and acts imbalanced. It is only logical that the fruit of this is imbalance.

This is easy to correct, and especially easy it is for a nation like Tibet, where hundreds of thousand monks dedicate their lives to connect with the source of peace. Had they only chosen to practice peace technology with proven effect on nation wide stress level, then Tibet would be invincible and free long ago. It worked 50 out of 50 times the technology was tested over the past 30 years, and there is no reason for Tibet to wait. Tibet is supressed, because Tibet supresses the source of peace. A peace power plant with proven technology reconnects the mind of a nation with the mind of nature. Invinbibility begins with an invincible state of mind, nature's absolute peace of mind. www.invinciblepeace.org
At 12:05pm on March 12, 2009, kedd said…
Hello there...
Have a nice day....

At 3:11pm on February 20, 2009, amit agarwal said…
you look to be doing lot for tibet.
bless you
At 2:35pm on February 20, 2009, amit agarwal said…

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