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It´s beautiful to see how an innocent blind happy little dog just by his very exsistance silently without words open our eyes and hearts to love, care and to share :)
Toggle Commented Jul 15, 2010 on Martin's dog at Tsem Tulku Rinpoche
Here are some more information to consider: “You Yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve Your love and affection.” - Buddha quotes Humbly with Metta
Thank you for sharing such a wonderful story :)
Toggle Commented Jul 11, 2010 on Martin's dog at Tsem Tulku Rinpoche
I which to contribute with some information from "Human Society International" containing suggestions about how/what to do: In the end of the link Human Society International encourage to take action by giving this advice: "YOU CAN HELP! There is currently a coalition of NGO's working hard on a solution. If you would like to take action against the hunt, you can write to the Faroese government and tourist board and explain your concerns and why you think it should be stopped, mentioning the reasons above. Be advised that angry letters are counterproductive, so please stay conscious of that when writing your letter." (adresses and e-mailadress are found in the link) I also whish to add a BEAUTIFUL VIDEO about what Dolphins can teach us = what we can learn from Dolphins: with a link included about the Dolphin hunt in Japan many know about.
How kindly Patches is cared for and what a peaceful beautiful place created especially for her. It warms my heart to know :) May Patches heal soon and May Kechara Animal Sanctuary manifest.
Toggle Commented Apr 27, 2010 on Please Help Patches.... at Tsem Tulku Rinpoche
"And the animals will be taken care of so well in our Kechara Shelter I promise!" Tsem Tulku I am 100% sure the animals will be treated by angels as the angels animals and everyone are :)
If everyone could be the same source of happiness for others as Mumu everyone would be truly happy!
Much Love and Care to Oser and all caring so well for her!
Toggle Commented Apr 24, 2010 on Baby Oser Joins Tsem Ladrang at Tsem Tulku Rinpoche
The prayer continue: "May all be filled with loving kindness and compassion. May all be well. May all be peaceful and at ease. May all be Happy!" Jack Kornfield from the book A path with Heart
Toggle Commented Apr 18, 2010 on Goodbye to Sweet little Namse at Tsem Tulku Rinpoche
Wan, May You be free of all pain and may all the good memories you have with your little dog always remain. I was very unhappy the day when our little bird named Happy stoped singing but suddenly one day I discovered I listed with joy to all birds still singing. "May you be filled with loving kindness and compassion. May you be well. May you be peaceful and at ease. May you be Happy!" Jack Kornfield
Toggle Commented Apr 18, 2010 on Goodbye to Sweet little Namse at Tsem Tulku Rinpoche
Ohhhhh, what a nice dog said one of my grandchildren with a :) and Ahhhh, a little dog said the other with a :)
Wonderful :) Mumu is so cute!
I agree Wan Wai Meng, lets support, protect and care for animals in different ways to create awarness to how preciouse they and all life are, how much we can learn from them and for Animal sanctuary to manifest!
I´m grateful towards Lati Rinpoche eaven if I´ve never met him. It´s because of him I´ve been able recive advice from Rinpoche. It´s because of him I´m able write these words at Rinpoches blog right now. I will offer lights tomorrow. Namaste!
Such a beautiful happy little bird. I had a bird who used to do somersault when he was happy. His name was Happy and he also made everyone happy :)
Toggle Commented Apr 10, 2010 on Canary Adopted at Tsem Tulku Rinpoche
My 90 year old mother said "Vad fin, enkel och ren den är" (How beautiful and pure it is) when she looked at the pendant I wear. It means she gave ***** stars. I agree! It´s all very elegant, t-shirt and model included :)
To build a home with open the door for everyone is real compassion in action....Namaste!
I fully agree with Rinpoche. We can all be great, kind, good and try to manifest it in different ways like go vegetarian, take care of animals, homeless etc. Shirely, it is easy to be misunderstood as what others hear and see have more positive motives than they think. Judgements leads to blockage and not to reflection on what could be behind. Expect kritik! Look forward to it, Honour it as an opportunity to be able develop eaven more skills, love, understanding and acceptance. Rejoyce for whatever you do for others as you are the one who know what you do and why! To recive these words of Rinpoche is inspiering to keep up healthy practic and also to try do a bit more.......
You and your dog spreads such good vibrations with these lovely and humourus pictures. It´s such a nice practice to recite mantras for animals. I´ve used it when meeting a dog or other animal. They seem to listen :)
How beautiful!
Toggle Commented Mar 21, 2010 on Anger at Tsem Tulku Rinpoche
The love you have for the dogs and animals is spread in your pictures :))))))))))) May many hearts be touched and open up for love and care for animals.
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2010 on Can Never get tired of Cute! at Tsem Tulku Rinpoche
I found and add a link about the little dog Gonkar:) This heartfelt rescue mission was the main reason for me to start reflect more deep on animals conditions:
I KNOW animals can feel pain like humans. Animals have feelings but as humans we often forget and think we are the only one. The older I get the more I´ve come to think about animals rights. You inspired to reflection and I wentto go 100 % vegetarian. I remembered my little funny nice wild cat as a child :) I remembered a little dog shaking in his whole body out of fear because he was afraid of going with the tram. The owner couldn´t calm it down. Such a little one as a bee also feel pain as we do. I recently tried to save one who fleed out in the cold at wrong season. The bee became disoriented and very stressed, started flying around until it fell down on the ground totally exhausted. I tried to help, gave it honey but it was sadly to late. It took some hours before it "went away". I could see the bees struggle. I felt very sorry I wasn´t able to save life, but am happy I TRIED my best. I´m feel happy about my choise to become 100 % vegetarian! May ALL living beings care for ALL kind of LIFE while we still LIVE! Thank You Rinpoche!
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