I will live to be 110 years: Dalai Lama ensures lovers

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I will live to be 110 years: Dalai Lama ensures lovers

Tibbet, 29 August; Disregarding worries about his wellbeing, the Dalai Lama, 84, has guaranteed his adherents, particularly Tibetans, that he is in the best of wellbeing and will live to be 110 years of age.

A video of his location to individuals from the Minnesota Tibetan Association at the Von Ngari Monastery on August 18 has been broadly flowed via web-based networking media and was getting with happiness and help by his devotees around the globe.

Worries about his wellbeing were voiced after news that he had been admitted to a private emergency clinic in Delhi because of chest contamination in April.

In his location, while comforting his devotees, some of who could be heard sobbing once in a while, the Dalai Lama reviewed a fantasy where the goddess of magnificence, one of the eight Dharma defenders and the defender divinity of Tibet, Palden Lhamo riding on the back of the Dalai Lama broadcasts that he will live for a long time.

The Dalai Lama likewise said that different divinations conveyed comparative predicting, an announcement from the Central Tibetan Administration said.

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Holding a letter introduced by the agent of Tibetans in Minnesota, the Dalai Lama consoled them again about his wellbeing while hilariously commenting about the great working of his stomach related tract.

He additionally referenced about the consideration, backing and best of restorative administrations that were being given to him by the Indian government.

Numerous among the 6,000,000 Tibetans viewed the video with sorrowful eyes and imparted it to companions, guardians, families, and associates.

“Tibetans have not overlooked me, and I won’t overlook you,” said the Dalai Lama, as he praised one of the devotees while relating a minute when contemplations of the Tibetan individuals flashed through his mind. The Dalai Lama has lived in willful outcast in India since escaping his country in 1959.

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