Make Tibet a Global State of Mind

02005-06-27 | Uncategorized | 3 comments

This would bring the spirit of Tibet alive in a way that would create the culture as a state of mind. With all these symbolic Tibetans roaming around, it may persuade China to change its mind. Wouldn’t you also want to become a symbolic Tibetan? We could all be spiritual children of Tibet by carrying a Tibetan passport as support for their fight to return home.

A comment on my post from a couple of weeks ago. It would be nice if this meme could gain momentum.

I received an email from Tenzin Robert Thurman yesterday:

I think the passport could be a good idea, and actually the Office of Tibet in New York already has had that idea. Please contact them to see how your idea fits with what they are already doing.

I sent another email off this morning. Another proof that ideas belong to a time, not to an individual.

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  1. Gnome of the Garden

    Ottmar ….Make Tibet a global state of mind…..(!)

    Interesting that’s how we live for the most part here in Canada , roaming , free, and peacefull, not perfect , but pretty damn close!

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  2. Eno

    What can some of us do to get more involved?

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  3. Victor

    I think it’s a great idea! Perhaps it could be advanced by opening a website where people could pre-register their intentions to become a citizen of “Tibet in Exile”. Just something simple like provide name and contact information. This information could be used to get an idea of how many would be interested and could then be turned over to the Tibetan government at the time they decided to issue passports.

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