A Gift From Tibet

Very unexpectedly a wonderful gift has arrived in the Findhorn Foundation Communications department.

Tsem Tulku Rinpoche, a high incarnate Lama from the Gaden Shartse Monastery, South India, sent a sculpture of Lama Tsongkhapa, a renowned Tibetan Buddhist scholar and practitioner, as a sign of his appreciation of the Findhorn Foundation. The sculpture was accompanied by a box containing a smaller statue of Tsongkhapa and a meditation book.

tsongkhapaTsem Tulku Rinpoche expresses his appreciation for the work of the Findhorn Foundation in a beautiful letter:

I have long been an admirer of your founders, organisation, and what you have stood for.

I sincerely pray for the continued success of the beautiful works and example you are showing the world. I, as a Buddhist monk, would like to send you a special gift to be put in your organisation, as something beautiful, spiritual and cultural from the Land of the Snows, Tibet.

It is just a special gift as a token of my appreciation for all the good energy all of you at Findhorn are sending out to the world.

We feel uplifted and filled with gratitude having received this gift. Thank you so much.

Silke Galla

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