venerdì 7 luglio 2017

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(Bill Crews) I saw the face of Lobsang Lozin on a wall in the Tibetan Museum in Dharamshala. I was struck by the kindness in it. It's a compassionate face, yet there is an element of devil may care in it too. It's the face of someone who would stand by you. Strong, cheeky and brave. To me, it's the face of a son every man would love to have and every mother would treasure. I looked him up on the internet to try and gauge if I was right and all I got was: (...)