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In mid-January, His Holiness the Dalai Lama visited His Eminence Ling Rinpoche, who had been injured in a deadly car accident in late-November 2012. His Holiness spent more than a half-hour visiting Ling Rinpoche, giving advice and showing affection.
According to an update received by FPMT CEO Ven. Roger Kunsang, Ling Rinpoche is recovering well from the accident, which killed Rinpoche’s driver and injured two others. Rinpoche suffered fractured femurs and a dislocated hip in the accident. His recovery is expected to take about six months.
Ling Rinpoche is the main organizer of the Jangchup Lamrim teachings with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The car accident happened as Ling Rinpoche was traveling to meet His Holiness in Goa, India, the day before the teaching series began.
In December, Lama Zopa Rinpoche visited Ling Rinpoche while he was still in the hospital. Dagri Rinpoche, Serkong Tsenshab Rinpoche and Khadro-la [Rangjung Neljorma Khadro Namsel Drolma] also were part of the visit.
With more than 160 centers, projects and services around the globe, there is always news on FPMT activities, teachers and events. Mandala hopes to share as many of these timely stories as possible. If you have news you would like to share, please let us know.
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