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Hello to all the readers of Many Roads.

Up here in Scotland the days are becoming colder and the nights longer.  Out come the warm clothes, hats, gloves, thermals and scarves.  That’s how it is in the autumnal, northern hemisphere.  The scattering of leaves on the pavements adds a certain melancholic poignancy to the season.

There is a feeling that we are in for a long, cold winter.

However, a warm thanks to the readers who have posted comments on the published articles.  Your thoughts are welcome. 

Several new articles have been published recently.  There has been positive feedback on Anni Dibble’s heart-felt article A Tribute to Akong Rinpoche.  

Ringu Tulku Rinpoche also wrote a revealing article, which originally appeared on the main page of Bodhicharya, outlining his memories of the late Akong Rinpoche.

Dr Sangeeta Rajbhandary has written about the recent festival of Ghantakarna in Kathmandu.  There is very little separation between Buddhist and Hindus in the valley, thus the Hindu/Buddhist in the title.

The Ten Commandments for Foreign Travel in India by Upasana Pokhriyal contains some invaluable advice for both seasoned and new travellers in India, and especially for women in the context of recent events in the country. 

And Ani Rinchen Khandro, a nun based at Samye Dzong in Edinburgh, has written an account of her discovery of Buddhism in her article Approaching Buddhism and her subsequent experience on retreat and after on Holy Island.

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Wishing everyone a peaceful and relaxed time this coming season and hoping to hear from you soon.

AKONG RINPOCHE

 

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I am shocked and shattered to know that Choje Akong Tulku Rinpoche has passed away at the hands of murderers in Chengdu on 8th of October along with his nephew and driver. I feel so helpless and lonely without his strong and courageous presence.

I knew Akong Rinpoche since I was 9 years old. Continue reading