ABOUT- The good, the bad- I believe!


The glass can be half full at times but it could also be half empty.

Edward Roscoe Murrow, a broadcast journalist criticizing the McCarthyism era once said “Everyone is a prisoner of his own experiences.  No one can eliminate prejudices – just recognize them.”

“Generally speaking, the first nonviolent act is not fasting, but dialogue. The other side, the adversary, is recognized as a person, he is taken out of his anonymity and exists in his own right, for what he really is, a person. To engage someone in dialogue is to recognize him, have faith in him. At every step in the nonviolent struggle, at every level we try tirelessly to establish a dialogue, or re-establish it if it has broken down. When I say ‘the other side,’ that could be a group of persons or a government.” Hildegard Goos-Mayr


One thought on “ABOUT- The good, the bad- I believe!

  1. Tempa

    The “other-side” meaning communist Chinese regime is not sincere in any form of diaglogue with us,Tibetans. They do not repsect Human rights, let alone religious or any other rights concerning Tibetans. In other words they do not repsect Tibetans. To engage in a diaglogue, we must show & have mutual repsect for one another,can’t be one sided, therefor no meaningful diaglogue. We may call it diaglogue but it’s not real or true,just going through the motions so Chinese regime could look good in the eyes of the world. We are being played! It is what it is people, wake-up. I wouldn’t do diaglogue with them, F**k em!
    Yo,nice photo & your glass is half-full, not empty. Rangzen!

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