Tibetan world peace Mandala
Dec 09, 1997 06:07 AM
by John E Mead
FYI only -
John E. Mead
>Subject: The 1000 Lights Ceremony is growing. Join! 10th dec.
>Hi list, here's another shared activity we can support, individualy or
collectively. It's up in just a couple days. I have a special place in my
heart for Tibet! Peace on earth! Kiara
> THE 1000 LAMP MANDALA CEREMONY FOR PEACE IN TIBET=20
> AND OUR PRECIOUS WORLD:
> Is now performed at 38 places worldwide.
> Many sincere thanks to all supporters.
> You can join this yearly ceremony by the very simple act of=20
> lighting a candle in your window at:
> 10th December 1997 at sunset.
> Independent of tradition, who you are=20
> and what you believe in, simple and easy.
> Although tiny, still significant.
> For further information: http://www.tibet.dk/charity/mandala/ =20
> May we succeed joining!
> You can also construct a free format mandala or other symbol
> with 1000 lights together with some humans around you on a=20
> good place as eg. churches, temples, public squares etc.
> and light it at the 10th December 1997 kl at sunset.
> For constructing a mandala see:=20
> Please join your support by adding your coordinates at=20
> our server: http://www.tibet.dk/charity/mandala/world1.htm
> or by sending us a mail or fax.
> Please forward this message to any suitable parties either
> by personal contact, fax, email, phone or other means.
> Remember especially those who do not have the luxury of email.
> Sincere best wishes
> Tibet Charity:=20
> WWW: http://www.tibet.dk/charity/=20
> Email: email@example.com
> World Appeal from T.D. Lakha Lama
> To all:
> I am happy to inform you that we are arranging:
> "The 1000 Lamp Mandala Ceremony" for Tibet in the cities of=20
> Aarhus and Copenhagen, Denmark and many other places on the=20
> Day of Human Rights, and Nobel Peace Price at;=20
> December the 10th at 18.00 o'clock.
> The work has already begun in Aarhus and Copenhagen and other=20
> places, but I would sincerely appreciate interested parties=20
> to commence similar initiatives all over the World.
> I know that it is impossible for many people to fully join in
> the ceremony. However, their participation and concern may be
> demonstrated if they would just light a candle and put it on
> the windowsill at the same day and time. The purpose is to
> lighten up the many years of darkness that have been
> oppressing Tibet.
> The mandala format is flexible. It could be in two or three
> dimensions ie. flat or as an erect structure. The choice is
> fully on the parties that take up the challenge.
> I wish to thank all those who have sympathy for the Human
> Rights in Tibet.
> Yours truly T.D. Lakha, Denmark
John E. Mead (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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