Culture > In the embrace of letting go
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  • Pamela Rummel

    I could not stop reading, drawn into each moment. Thank you for sharing. Your writing took me along with you. Excellent. I hope your memories of her bring comfort.

  • Phuntsok Rabga

    All who knew your ani la must have been loved by her. Or she was adored and loved by all who knew her, because I am one of them… During my juniors school days, I used to go to Genden Choeling Nunnery for my winter vacation, and I get to see her often. Sometimes she give us apple, and sometimes, a hundred rupee note when it was time for me to go back to school. Even today, I can still hear her voice in my mind as she was once a very kind person to me. May she shall re-born again as a Tibetan! ཨོཾ་མ་ཎི་པདྨེ་ཧཱུྃ།

  • Tica

    Wonderfully touching and beautiful writing – thank you!

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