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Buddhadharma : Spring 2008
spring 2008| 50 |buddhadharma Kay Larson is an editor, educator, and art critic who has frequentLy written for the New York times. after years of Zen practice, she recentLy became a student of tibetan buddhism and is now a member of the sangha at Karma triyana dharmachaKra in woodstocK, new yorK. The Dalai Lama has said that in the short term he has no hope at all, and in the long term everything changes. The dharma messages embedded in that pithy observation roll around in my head during an extended sojourn in Dharamsala, northern India, seat of the Tibetan govern- ment in exile, where out of necessity the Tibetans have been practicing the social engineering of wisdom and compassion for some five decades. I’ve come at the urging of the Dalai Lama’s youngest brother, Tenzhin Choegyal, and Tenzhin’s wife, Rinchen Khando Choegyal. I met them at a The Road to McLeod Ganj Kay Larson travels to McLeod Ganj in northern India, home to the Tibetan government in exile and to thousands of Tibetan refugees, for a firsthand look at the challenges facing this exile community. MedAPT/Wen-YAnKInG(LefT):IvAnchenG;(rIGhT):MohAncorsIGLIA