Dalai Lama 14th Essay

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Some people in this world are widely remembered. Most of them still famous but a lot fade away. The building of reputation requires a lot of important criteria; a long time, a good talent, an opportunity, maintaining fame, money, self-confidence, and goals. According to the Rutledge encyclopedia reputation is "the common opinion that people have about someone or something" whether it is good or bad is called reputation. Warren Buffet says "it takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it." If you think about that you will do things differently." One of the most famous people is the Dalai Lama 14th. He was born on 6 July 1935, to a farming family, in a small hamlet located in Taktser, Amdo, northeastern Tibet. The Dalai Lama the 14th is widely well-known religious leader, he affected his people (the Tibetans) who think that…show more content…
His actual reputation built up on many principles; he promotes the human values, respects other religions and he always defends his people. Many lessons were learned from him. So that we can consider Tenzin Gyatso is very famous person. The Dalai Lama 14th is very famous among his people the Tibetans. One main reason why Tibetans attentively attracted to the Dalai Lama 14th has a religious position from his a childhood. He played several roles in the Tibet. religion affects mainly the people while it can translate the myths and the truths. The myth is a description to what comes beyond the truth or experience. The Dalai Lama considers himself the religious leader of the Tibetans which was the most important reason of his fame in his region. The religious side of his life represents him as a monk and as a spiritual leader for Tibetans. Tibetans saw the Dalai lama 14th as the Buddha, "God king" before the birth of the Dalai lama 14th there was a gap between any Dalai lama and his

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