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April 14, 2005
The Kiwanis 44th Travel Adventure Series ends with Rick Ray's description of his film "10 Questions for the Dalai Lama" on April 16 at 7:30 p.m. Ray has produced 12 films on regions as diverse as Israel, Bali, Borneo, Lebanon Ethiopia, Syria, Iceland and India and has traveled to over 35 countries, capturing images of its people and cultures. Ray is the founder of two stock footage libraries, and teaches at Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara. "'10 Questions for the Dalai Lama'" depicts a journey I made to the monastery of the Dalai in 2001, where I was allowed to have a 45 minute audience with the holiest man in the Buddhist faith," said Ray. "I was told that the Dalai Lama tires easily of the questions that bore him or that he Has heard many times before.
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February 25, 2010
President Obama welcomed the Dalai Lama to the White House last week. The visit had been postponed since last year, due to concerns that it could ?trouble the waters ahead of a U.S.-China summit last fall,? according to a story which aired on KCRW?s ?Which Way, L.A.? The Dalai Lama visited the White House as a religious leader, not as a statesman. The Dalai Lama also appeared alongside musician Sheryl Crow in a visit to Southern California over the weekend, where he spoke on behalf of a nonprofit organization.
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October 1, 2009
Q. Last week the, the Dalai Lama visited Memphis, Tenn., where he received the key to the city, accepted an award from the National Civil Rights Museum and made a stop at the Lorraine Motel, site of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. If you had an opportunity to sit down with His Holiness, what would you talk about? What issues would you address in your conversation? And would greet him with a fist bump? Jeri Linn: The Dalai Lama is a spiritual leader that I deeply respect.
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October 8, 2009
Letters to the Editor Objects to Griem’s take on Dalai Lama In regards to your Oct. 1 article, “From peace, to love, to fist bumps” [In Theory column, Religion section] I must strenuously object to your providing a platform to religious bigotry, in the form of one Bryan Griem. In his screed, Griem continuously denigrates the faith of hundreds of millions of people, stating that they follow “a false path.” Particularly offensive was the offal he saw fit to excrete at the end, “ I’d sit [the Dalai Lama]
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September 8, 2005
With the success of the 1999 and 2002 World Festival of Sacred Music -Los Angeles, a powerful coalition of arts, faith, cultural, community, and environmental groups announce the 2005 Festival. The World Festival of Sacred Music is the largest citywide festival in Los Angeles, offering 43 events over 16 days in venues across the Los Angeles basin from Sept. 17 to Oct. 2. From the Throat singers of Tuva, Siberia, to music from the Czech Republic, Korea, Africa and Mexico, the intention of the festival is to provide opportunities for people across boundaries of religion, class, culture, race and language, to share cultural traditions and to contemplate the spiritual, ethical and ecological questions of our times.
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By Joe Puglia | March 14, 2013
Almost two weeks have transpired since we lost a local teen to suicide. I wish I had written this sooner, but the words couldn't come. I have struggled, hoping to write healing thoughts for his mother, family, La Cañada High, the senior class and the community, but nothing I can say can cure the sorrow we feel from losing him. I remember the young lives lost in Vietnam and I find that no truth, no sincerity, no strength, no kindness, can cure that sorrow....
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July 28, 2010
Anglican Archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu has announced that, after his 79th birthday in October, he is to resign from nearly all of his official commitments and withdraw from public life, the United Kingdom's Guardian newspaper reported last week. He wishes to spend more time in reflection and prayer . Tutu is best remembered for his fight against apartheid and leadership of the Anglican Church in South Africa. If you had a chance to sit down with the archbishop, what would you say to him?
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October 7, 2010
The Pew Forum on Religion & Public life this week published a short, 15-question religion quiz. The quiz is a shorter version of the "3,412 sampled adults who were asked these and other questions in the U.S. Religious Knowledge Survey. " The poll was conducted on landlines and cell phones, in English and Spanish, from May 19 to June 6, 2010. This week, the In Theory writers were asked to take the quiz, the results of which would not be known to the group until publication.
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February 25, 2010
President Obama welcomed the Dalai Lama to the White House last week. The visit had been postponed since last year, due to concerns that it could ?trouble the waters ahead of a U.S.-China summit last fall,? according to a story which aired on KCRW?s ?Which Way, L.A.? The Dalai Lama visited the White House as a religious leader, not as a statesman. The Dalai Lama also appeared alongside musician Sheryl Crow in a visit to Southern California over the weekend, where he spoke on behalf of a nonprofit organization.
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October 8, 2009
Letters to the Editor Objects to Griem’s take on Dalai Lama In regards to your Oct. 1 article, “From peace, to love, to fist bumps” [In Theory column, Religion section] I must strenuously object to your providing a platform to religious bigotry, in the form of one Bryan Griem. In his screed, Griem continuously denigrates the faith of hundreds of millions of people, stating that they follow “a false path.” Particularly offensive was the offal he saw fit to excrete at the end, “ I’d sit [the Dalai Lama]
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October 1, 2009
Q. Last week the, the Dalai Lama visited Memphis, Tenn., where he received the key to the city, accepted an award from the National Civil Rights Museum and made a stop at the Lorraine Motel, site of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. If you had an opportunity to sit down with His Holiness, what would you talk about? What issues would you address in your conversation? And would greet him with a fist bump? Jeri Linn: The Dalai Lama is a spiritual leader that I deeply respect.
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April 14, 2005
The Kiwanis 44th Travel Adventure Series ends with Rick Ray's description of his film "10 Questions for the Dalai Lama" on April 16 at 7:30 p.m. Ray has produced 12 films on regions as diverse as Israel, Bali, Borneo, Lebanon Ethiopia, Syria, Iceland and India and has traveled to over 35 countries, capturing images of its people and cultures. Ray is the founder of two stock footage libraries, and teaches at Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara. "'10 Questions for the Dalai Lama'" depicts a journey I made to the monastery of the Dalai in 2001, where I was allowed to have a 45 minute audience with the holiest man in the Buddhist faith," said Ray. "I was told that the Dalai Lama tires easily of the questions that bore him or that he Has heard many times before.
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