Monthly Archives: January 2011

From where I sit

As I stated in the last post The Relativity of Reality,  Pursuing Tenzing Norgay is about how we define our relationship with those most dependent upon our benevolence, those without a voice, those whose rights we establish by virtue of … Continue reading

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The Relativity of Reality

The anonymous commenter who submitted “In defense & the REAL STORY…..” on the Where is Tenzing Norgay page has misrepresented (I’m being diplomatic here) the facts in what is perhaps best referred to as the collective reality of the real … Continue reading

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Truth comment

Please read the comment  – Truth – on the Flipping Mad post . . . I have no idea who left this comment, I did send an email requesting their name and how it is they have this information.  I … Continue reading

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Difficult to fathom . . .

The 17th of January 2011 has passed and still no word from the people that adopted Tenzing . . . I mailed the  request for information letters this morning via US Postal Service, certified of course . . . A … Continue reading

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Possession as nine-tenths of the law.

Because I have reason to believe the people involved in Tenzings adoption are aware of this Blog and read it often I’m posting this request here with the intention and hope that after reading this they will simply answer the … Continue reading

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Flipping Mad

The dictionary on my iMac includes the following definitions for flipping: turn over or cause to turn over, move, push, throw or toss something with a sudden sharp movement, buy and sell property quickly and profitably using fraudulent methods or … Continue reading

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The other side of Compassion…

I’m trying to be a good Tibetan Buddhist and practice the middle way but today I’m loosing my compassion.  I just can’t quite accept the reality that someone would withhold information knowing that information could ease the suffering of a … Continue reading

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