A Gift from Eastern Tibet

One of the calves was born from the mother whose life the Foundation released in January this year. It’s now four months old.

3 thoughts on “A Gift from Eastern Tibet

  1. Keeratikhun Chuenchomrat (Champagne)

    I really like the dog and I hope to see it next year. If I can save some money, please allow me to follow Dr. Kesang to Tibet.

    I want to see the school and the nuns’ lives.

    I hope I can help them more and more. I hope they have enough to eat in the winter time.


  2. Krisadawan Hongladarom

    Thanks for your beautiful heart. Winter is tough for both human and animals in Tibet. When we have so much to eat, please share our happiness with them. Your good wishes will be realized. I’m sure there will be an opportunity for you to travel to Tibet and visit these lovely people.

  3. Keeratikhun Chuenchomrat (Champagne)

    I am always worried for the small things for women and children, for examples, the sanitary pad which is necesary for girls and nuns.

    Once I visit Baan Ratchsvithee. I asked them what they wanted most. The girls said “sanitary pad” and “brazier”. Yes, they are indispensable and cost a lot even in Thailand.

    That’s why I am quite worried for the girls and nuns.

    Anyway, I am happy to share with them and help them in every way.

    The Supreme Patriarch once said “we were born just to share natural resources and money with others. Nothing belongs to us. Money is available in the society long before we were born. It doesn’t matter whether or not we were born. Therefore, we should learn to share things with others.” His word impresses me


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