See Why This Tibetan Monk Has Created a Home for 170 Children

In Tibetan Buddhism compassion and kindness are deeply rooted.

Meet Lama Lobsang, who after an earthquake in 2010 initially took in 33 orphans. He now takes care of over 170.

When Lama Lobsang, was asked why he looks after all these children he simply says: “I want to give them all a home.”

Lama Lobsang makes it clear that:

“This is not a school or an orphanage this is a home for these children.”

The home is responsible for the children’s health, education, and mental well-being.

Tibetan Buddhism is severly persecuted and restricted in China along with House Christians, and Falun Gong meditators.

 

 

 

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