वार्ता:तेनजिन ग्यात्सो

पृष्ठ की सामग्री दूसरी भाषाओं में उपलब्ध नहीं है।
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Rinpoche to the whole world[संपादित करें]

1. The Tibetans and the Chinese must embrace and trufully respect each other, and heal the wounds that comes from nationalism.

2. There is no Chinese Nationalism or Tibetan Nationalism, but simply "nationalism".

3. Nationalism is neither holy or evil. It exists in the world for a reason. It is simply something that destroys, that is required by the confluence of historical forces to exist. We must understand that nationalism doesn't preserve our humanity, but rather consumes it.

4. The Dalai Lama is not Tibetan. No he isn't. I mean, of course he is Tibetan. But he is beyond Tibetan. He is Rinpoche to our whole world.

5. The Chinese as a nation, have a hard time understanding this. They think the Rinpoche is the source of the problem, rather than a solution to it.

6. I am saying this as an implication of collective guilt. Me included. I am Chinese myself.

7. But sometimes, how much can things like "collective guilt" be substantiated? Eventually, I believe, the Chinese as a collectivity, will be forgiven by someone.

8. Tibet may or may not become "free". That is just what happens on the outside. These are just "possible" future scenarios, but not "probable" ones. But eventually somebody will forgive somebody. And this happens on the inside.

9. To make it easier to understand, analogy: Germany and France used to be foes. They fought many wars against each other, and wanted to eat each other up. But, now, without totally annihilating each other in a concluding war, they have managed to become friends, and to become part of the same community. Things didn't happen on the outside. It happened on the inside.