Letter from Death Row


In the early 90s, not long after The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying was published, a young man called Greg from the United States, wrote to Rinpoche from his prison cell, where he was preparing to be executed. He wrote: “I am not writing this for any benefit to myself, other than the possibility […]

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On a Spiritual Quest my Whole Life


Dominic Meneghetti, from Rockford Illinois, USA writes: I have been studying World Religions for the last 15-20 years. I was raised Catholic and yet I was the only one in my family that got out of going to church before the age of 18.

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Why We Are Here


Jeremy Tattersall, writes from France: I heard a piece of The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying before I even knew what it was. On a still, cloudy morning on retreat in Australia in January 1992, Sogyal Rinpoche said he was going to read something to us, “just to try it out.”

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Finding My Way Home

Bruno Lopes

My name is Bruno Lopes. I am now 31 years old, a social worker and I live in a small fishing village called Sesimbra, in Portugal, which is in southern Europe.

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Que m’arrivera-t-il quand je mourrai ?


Karin Behrendt, une étudiante de Sogyal Rinpoché ainsi que sa traductrice en Allemand écrit : Pour beaucoup de gens, moi y compris, le Livre Tibétain de la Vie et de la Mort n’est pas un livre comme les autres, mais la réponse à une longue quête sur le sens de la vie et de la […]

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