Dear Sir,

You are the spiritual leader of Tibetans ever since you sought refuge in India in the last century. Since then you have travelled the world representing “Occupied Tibet”.

You have even resigned your position as political leader of the Tibetans in exile; this is note worthy because it is not the job a spiritual leader to delve into politics.

Of late I have been reading with growing dismay of reports of 8 Buddhists and 2 nuns who had set themselves on fire in protest against Chinese interference in Tibetan Culture.

In response you have accused China of cultural genocide. Words are cheap anyone can mouth them.

If you claim who you are then fly to China and in all humbleness of the Buddha help your people in Tibet even if it means your certain incarceration or worse still death.

You are 76 years old. You have lived in comfort and in a country, India, where you have been accorded complete freedom to practice your faith while your own people have suffered greatly under the Chinese.

Make the call. Go to China. And you will be blessed by the Great Buddha.

You have nothing to lose but your mortal life. At 76 you have had a good life hobnobbing with celebrities et al.

Give now the rest of your life by returning to your home.

Om Shanti Shanti Shanti Om

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