Friday, June 14, 2013

"If the circumstances are such that a female Dalai Lama is more useful, then automatically a female Dalai Lama will come." His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso


In what circumstances is a male Dalai Lama more useful?

In what circumstances is a female Dalai Lama more useful?

What changes would a female Dalai Lama make in Tibetan Buddhism and culture today? What other consequences might we imagine today if there is a female Dalai Lama?

For the rest of this interesting article and comments by readers, see:

The Dalai Lama Says Female Leaders Are More Compassionate ... Hmm

What makes for compassion?

What nurtures and supports compassion in our life practice?

What makes compassion "difficult" for us?

And, most important for our ongoing life practice, what are our skillful and appropriate actions when these "difficult" circumstances arise?

(c) 2013 Elihu Genmyo Smith