尊貴的達賴喇嘛(Dalai Lama)2011年4月29日抵達東京護國寺為東日本大地震罹難者啟建四十九天慰靈法會Dalai Lama Prays for Quake-Tsunami Victims  http://how9999you.pixnet.net/blog/post/271656569

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Japan: Dalai Lama Prays for Quake-Tsunami Victims


尊貴的達賴喇嘛(Dalai Lama)星期五抵達日本,在東京的護國寺,為東日本大地震罹難者啟建四十九天特別慰靈法會http://how9999you.pixnet.net/blog/post/271656569


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http://news.rti.org.tw/index_newsContent.aspx?nid=294191&id=1&id2=2流亡印度的西藏精神領袖達賴喇嘛,29日到日本訪問,他此行是應邀為東日本大地震的犧牲者,舉行49日的慰靈祈福法事。

  311東日本大地震發生到這個月29日,剛好滿49天。東京都文京區的護國寺為此特別舉辦「49天特別慰靈法事」,邀請達賴喇嘛出席並祈福慰靈。日本相撲橫綱、蒙古籍力士白鵬與其他約3千位民眾,為遇難者禱告。

  達賴喇嘛進入護國寺後,僧人和列席者開始用藏語和日語,誦讀佛學「般若心經」等經文,正殿前參拜者也陸續前來上香,並向達賴喇嘛等僧人致意。

  達賴喇嘛說,在發生困難時,不要只是悲傷,希望大家向前看,努力進行災後重建。他強調,日本在二次世界大戰後,也曾經成功站起來過。

  達賴喇嘛原定29日在成田機場轉機赴美訪問,因為日本的地震,他改變部分行程,參加護國寺的49天法事。


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西藏精神領袖達賴喇嘛也在29號訪問日本,前往東京的護國寺,為遭受地震海嘯災難的所有往生者和倖存者舉行大型祈福法會,鼓勵民眾提起勇氣重建家園,吸引了將近4千人共襄盛舉....................


The 75-year-old monk, on his way to the US, prayed at Gokokuji temple in Tokyo for an hour. 達賴喇嘛,這位 75歲的長老僧侶,途中到美國,在護國寺寺廟祈禱在東京一小時 



達賴抵日為死難者做法事

2011-04-29


http://news.sina.com.hk/news/12/1/1/2088938/1.html達賴喇嘛周五抵達日本,到東京都文京區的護國寺為大地震的遇難者舉辦的四十九天特別慰靈法事。

法事結束後,達賴喇嘛稱,困難發生了,不要只是悲傷,希望大家向前看,努力進行災後重建。日本戰後也曾成功站起來過。


達賴喇嘛原定於周五在成田機場轉機赴美訪問,而後改變部分行程參加了法事。(共同社)


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達賴喇嘛(Dalai Lama)尊者在東京為日本大地震遇難者舉行法會






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西藏精神領袖達賴喇嘛29號將在東京護國寺為東日本大地震死難者和受災民眾舉行祈禱的四九日(七七忌)特別法會。

  
西藏流亡政府駐日本辦事處代表拉巴措郭27號向本台表示:“達賴喇嘛27號已從印度首都新德里乘機前來日本,日本時間28號到達東京成田機場。


達賴喇嘛將從5月1號至14號在美國展開為期兩週的訪問,5月4號將訪問美國加州州立大學出席大赦國際成立50週年慶典,並接受全球人權獎。 ”


拉巴措郭代表還表示:“達賴喇嘛29號下午將在日本東京護國寺為東日本大地震死難者和受災民眾舉行祈禱的(七七日忌)四九日特別法會。”


拉巴措郭代表接受采訪時表示:“自上月11號日本發生強烈地震後,全球的流亡藏人以舉行祈福會、募款等方式向日本災民表達同情和支持。為了表達對日本災民的支持和慰問,達賴喇嘛捐款1千萬日元。”


西藏流亡政府27號宣布,經由全體流亡藏人直接選舉,現任美國哈佛大學法學院研究員洛桑桑蓋當選為西藏流亡政府的總理。


當得知自己當選的消息後,洛桑桑蓋表示:“我將遵循達賴喇嘛的中間路線,繼續要求中國政府給予西藏高度的自治權。”


對此,日本民主中國陣線理事夏一凡向本台表示:“對洛桑桑蓋博士當選為西藏流亡政府新一任總理,我們民陣總部將發去賀信祝賀,我們相信西藏人民在他的領導下堅持中間路線,實現西藏高度自治的理想。”


夏一凡還表示:“民主中國陣線將一如既往敬重達賴喇嘛,支持西藏流亡政府以民主的方式確定的有關西藏問題的政策,並希望與西藏流亡政府保持良好的關係與合作,促進雙方共同事業的發展和進步。敦促中共當局與達賴喇嘛展開實質性的對話和談判。我們追求中國的民主、人權和自由與西藏人民的目標是一致的。”




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西藏精神領袖達賴喇嘛,星期五抵達日本,在東京的護國寺,為東日本大地震罹難者啟建「四十九天特別慰靈法會」。

 

     日本共同社報導說,東京護國寺特別打開正殿大門,迎接達賴喇嘛,達賴喇嘛進入之後,僧侶與列席者們,開始用藏語以及日語,唸誦「般若心經」等經文,同時,正殿前也有參拜者陸續進香。

 

    達賴喇嘛在法會結束之後,鼓勵大家說,雖然發生了大災難,但大家不能只陷於悲傷,希望大家向前看,秉持日本二戰之後重建的精神,努力復原。

 

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Japan: Dalai Lama Prays for Quake-Tsunami Victims

 

 

 

On his first visit to Japan since last month's mega-quake and tsunami, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama today offered prayers at a Buddhist temple for victims of the disaster that crippled a nuclear plant and claimed thousands of lives, and encouraged survivors to look to the future with full confidence.

The 75-year-old monk, on his way to the US, prayed at Gokokuji temple in Tokyo for an hour, seven weeks after a magnitude-9 quake and tsunami devastated Japan's northeast leaving nearly 30,000 people dead or unaccounted for.

His prayers for the victims came a day after Buddhist priests in black and gold robes chanted and rang bells to mark the 49th day since the twin disaster. Buddhist services are normally held to mark the day in the belief that it is when the souls of the dead depart for another world.

The Dalai, who announced last month that he wanted to shed his political role in the Tibetan government-in-exile, told the Japanese people not to feel discouraged and look to the future with full confidence.

Around 3,000 people had converged at the temple to hear the Dalai.

The Dalai's visit to Japan en route to his 15-day US tour came as the government here grappled with the aftermath of the March 11 disaster.

The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has said the situation at the radiation-leaking Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan's northeast has "definitely improved" but still requires close monitoring.

Commission members met in Washington yesterday to assess the nuclear emergency in Japan.

One of the members said that US nuclear experts continue to provide support in Japan, adding that private US companies have joined the effort, national broadcaster NHK reported.

The commission members will meet again on May 12 and issue a short-term analytical report on the Fukushima plant.

They also discussed how to deal with possible loss of external power at nuclear power stations in the United States.

Meanwhile, bullet train services on the disaster-stricken Tohoku Shinkansen Line fully resumed between Tokyo and Shin-Aomori today for the first time in 50 days since last month's mega quake and tsunami, Kyodo news agency reported.

Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan today acknowledged that his government was also responsible for the ongoing radiation crisis at the Fukushima plant, which is run by Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO).

"Although Tokyo Electric Power is primarily responsible for the crisis, the government, which has promoted the use of nuclear energy for power generation, cannot escape responsibility," for the accident, Kan was quoted as saying by Jiji Press at a House of Representatives Budget Committee meeting to discuss the fiscal 2011 supplementary budget.

The extra budget of over four trillion yen, or about USD 49 billion, submitted to the Diet, Japanese Parliament, yesterday is aimed at financing reconstruction work.

Kan said the government would make utmost efforts to end the nuclear crisis as early as possible and ensure sufficient compensation to individuals and industries affected by the crisis. However, he denied that the costs of compensation would be fully borne by the government.

The government is also envisaging taking legislative steps to set up a reconstruction agency within a year after enforcement of its planned basic law on reconstruction, Kyodo said.

The bill for the law is expected to be formalized and submitted to Parliament tomorrow.

The draft of the law defines the envisioned reconstruction agency as an "administrative organization to draw up and coordinate various measures for reconstruction of stricken areas with an eye to coordinating the measures," the report said.

 

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Dalai Lama prays for tsunami victims in Japan







Junji Kurokawa

A woman gets emotional at a Buddhist special prayer for the victims of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami conducted by Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama at Gokokuji temple in Tokyo, Friday, April 29, 2011.


The Dalai Lama has presided over prayers for victims of Japan's tsunami at a temple in Tokyo.


The spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhists led a group of monks as they chanted on the 50th day since a magnitude-9.0 earthquake triggered a powerful tsunami on March 11.


He told the crowd Friday that despite the suffering and destruction there is "no reason to feel discouraged and remain hopeless,"


In many Japanese schools of Buddhist thought, the dead wander near their homes for 49 days before heading into their next stage of existence on the 50th day.


The Dalai Lama also encouraged survivors to "work hard, with full self-confidence."


The earthquake and tsunami are believed to have killed nearly 26,000 people.



Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2011/04/29/2834940/dalai-lama-prays-for-tsunami-victims.html#ixzz1L8AMyV5b

 

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應日本高野山大學的邀請,達賴喇嘛尊者10月31日抵達高野山金剛峯寺,高野山寺大法師歡迎尊者蒞臨。


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