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Free download Wiedersehn mit Tibet ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB È ❰Reading❯ ➻ Wiedersehn mit Tibet Author Heinrich Harrer – Seven Years in Tibet told the incredible story of an idyllic life on the roof of the world before it was destroyed by the invading Chinese army Now AustrSeven Years in Tibet told the incredible story of an idyllic life on the roof of the world before it was destroyed by the invading Chinese army Now Austrian adventurer Heinrich Harrer revisits the people and Wiedersehn mit MOBI #221 places he left behi. While this book somewhat lacks the writing style of Seven Years in Tibet it manages to be heartbreakingHarrer was no longer a young bold adventure seeking man when he returned to Tibet Tibet was no longer a peaceful profound placeAlthough not for the same reasons I value this book as much as 7 yearsTo uote Harrer himselfWherever I live I shall feel homesick for Tibet I often think I can still hear the cries of wild geese and cranes and the beating of their wings as they fly over Lhasa in the clear cold moonlight My heartfelt wish is that my story may create some understanding for a people whose will to live in peace and freedom has won so little sympathy from an indifferent world

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Nd in the extraordinary Return to Tibet Against a backdrop of ruined monasteries and the beautiful mysterious Himalayas Harrer vividly evokes both a free Tibet in which religion and faith were central features of daily life and the present day occupied. Having been written in 1983 in German perhaps this book is slightly out of date and has lost some of its original potency Even with that taken into consideration this book is filled with biases and predictions that at least so far have yet to even come near to fruition The author is an absolute legend in his own right but unless one is doing an in depth research on the subject another book would probably be a better choice My one takeaway uote“In Switzerland and India there are a few young hotheads who have written violence on their banners These people too need to be understood; certainly their wish to reconuer Tibet is not lacking in courage or in idealism But I prefer to side with those moderate and realistic young Tibetans who hope to regain their homeland by patience and moral claimsNo doubt they also realize that resignation has to be learned it is a virtue which we in the Western world of materialism and affluence have often lost

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Wiedersehn mit TibetNation in which a profoundly spiritual culture is threatened with disappearance He reflects on the country's problems and in a reunion with his former pupil the Dalai Lama discusses ways of preserving the Tibetans' national character and their homelan. I did not enjoy this book as much as Seven Years in Tibet written by the same author but probably because it was incredibly sad and depressing to read It documents what happened to many of the Tibetans Heinrich Harrer knew after the Chinese invasion