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Chapter 1 of 9 - for more information, please visit: www.lamayeshe****..........In October 1982, after the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa, Italy, which Lama Yeshe arranged, Lama was interviewed on behalf of the Meridian Trust, the Buddhist film and video archive, by Geoff Jukes, Meridians founder, and Brian Beresford. In the first interview, Lama explains how he and Lama Zopa Rinpoche first began teaching Buddhism to Westerners, how to teach Dharma in the West, the form Buddhism might take in its transition from East to West, the development of the first FPMT centersand more. In the second interview, Lama details how the first centers began, what their purpose was, how life in the centers should be, how he selected the resident teachers and what their relationship with the centers administration should be, how the different aspects of the community—ordained students, lay students and families—should interact with each otherand more. These interviews offer a fascinating insight into one of the greatest Tibetan masters to come out of Tibet and one of the most effective in bringing the teachings of the Buddha to the world at large. A great inspiration. Interview 1: 1 hour 04 mins
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Chapter 2 of 14 - for more information, please visit: www.lamayeshe****..........In October 1982, after the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa, Italy, which Lama Yeshe arranged, Lama was interviewed on behalf of the Meridian Trust, the Buddhist film and video archive, by Geoff Jukes, Meridians founder, and Brian Beresford. In the first interview, Lama explains how he and Lama Zopa Rinpoche first began teaching Buddhism to Westerners, how to teach Dharma in the West, the form Buddhism might take in its transition from East to West, the development of the first FPMT centersand more. In the second interview, Lama details how the first centers began, what their purpose was, how life in the centers should be, how he selected the resident teachers and what their relationship with the centers administration should be, how the different aspects of the community—ordained students, lay students and families—should interact with each otherand more. These interviews offer a fascinating insight into one of the greatest Tibetan masters to come out of Tibet and one of the most effective in bringing the teachings of the Buddha to the world at large. A great inspiration. Interview 2: 1 hour 44 mins
7 Sep 2009
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Chapter 4 of 14 - for more information, please visit: www.lamayeshe****..........In October 1982, after the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa, Italy, which Lama Yeshe arranged, Lama was interviewed on behalf of the Meridian Trust, the Buddhist film and video archive, by Geoff Jukes, Meridians founder, and Brian Beresford. In the first interview, Lama explains how he and Lama Zopa Rinpoche first began teaching Buddhism to Westerners, how to teach Dharma in the West, the form Buddhism might take in its transition from East to West, the development of the first FPMT centersand more. In the second interview, Lama details how the first centers began, what their purpose was, how life in the centers should be, how he selected the resident teachers and what their relationship with the centers administration should be, how the different aspects of the community—ordained students, lay students and families—should interact with each otherand more. These interviews offer a fascinating insight into one of the greatest Tibetan masters to come out of Tibet and one of the most effective in bringing the teachings of the Buddha to the world at large. A great inspiration. Interview 2: 1 hour 44 mins
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Chapter 1 of 14 - for more information, please visit: www.lamayeshe****..........In October 1982, after the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa, Italy, which Lama Yeshe arranged, Lama was interviewed on behalf of the Meridian Trust, the Buddhist film and video archive, by Geoff Jukes, Meridians founder, and Brian Beresford. In the first interview, Lama explains how he and Lama Zopa Rinpoche first began teaching Buddhism to Westerners, how to teach Dharma in the West, the form Buddhism might take in its transition from East to West, the development of the first FPMT centersand more. In the second interview, Lama details how the first centers began, what their purpose was, how life in the centers should be, how he selected the resident teachers and what their relationship with the centers administration should be, how the different aspects of the community—ordained students, lay students and families—should interact with each otherand more. These interviews offer a fascinating insight into one of the greatest Tibetan masters to come out of Tibet and one of the most effective in bringing the teachings of the Buddha to the world at large. A great inspiration. Interview 2: 1 hour 44 mins
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Chapter 5 of 14 - for more information, please visit: www.lamayeshe****..........In October 1982, after the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa, Italy, which Lama Yeshe arranged, Lama was interviewed on behalf of the Meridian Trust, the Buddhist film and video archive, by Geoff Jukes, Meridians founder, and Brian Beresford. In the first interview, Lama explains how he and Lama Zopa Rinpoche first began teaching Buddhism to Westerners, how to teach Dharma in the West, the form Buddhism might take in its transition from East to West, the development of the first FPMT centersand more. In the second interview, Lama details how the first centers began, what their purpose was, how life in the centers should be, how he selected the resident teachers and what their relationship with the centers administration should be, how the different aspects of the community—ordained students, lay students and families—should interact with each otherand more. These interviews offer a fascinating insight into one of the greatest Tibetan masters to come out of Tibet and one of the most effective in bringing the teachings of the Buddha to the world at large. A great inspiration. Interview 2: 1 hour 44 mins
7 Sep 2009
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Chapter 3 of 9 - for more information, please visit: www.lamayeshe****..........In October 1982, after the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa, Italy, which Lama Yeshe arranged, Lama was interviewed on behalf of the Meridian Trust, the Buddhist film and video archive, by Geoff Jukes, Meridians founder, and Brian Beresford. In the first interview, Lama explains how he and Lama Zopa Rinpoche first began teaching Buddhism to Westerners, how to teach Dharma in the West, the form Buddhism might take in its transition from East to West, the development of the first FPMT centersand more. In the second interview, Lama details how the first centers began, what their purpose was, how life in the centers should be, how he selected the resident teachers and what their relationship with the centers administration should be, how the different aspects of the community—ordained students, lay students and families—should interact with each otherand more. These interviews offer a fascinating insight into one of the greatest Tibetan masters to come out of Tibet and one of the most effective in bringing the teachings of the Buddha to the world at large. A great inspiration. Interview 1: 1 hour 04 mins
7 Sep 2009
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Chapter 4 of 9 - for more information, please visit: www.lamayeshe****..........In October 1982, after the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa, Italy, which Lama Yeshe arranged, Lama was interviewed on behalf of the Meridian Trust, the Buddhist film and video archive, by Geoff Jukes, Meridians founder, and Brian Beresford. In the first interview, Lama explains how he and Lama Zopa Rinpoche first began teaching Buddhism to Westerners, how to teach Dharma in the West, the form Buddhism might take in its transition from East to West, the development of the first FPMT centersand more. In the second interview, Lama details how the first centers began, what their purpose was, how life in the centers should be, how he selected the resident teachers and what their relationship with the centers administration should be, how the different aspects of the community—ordained students, lay students and families—should interact with each otherand more. These interviews offer a fascinating insight into one of the greatest Tibetan masters to come out of Tibet and one of the most effective in bringing the teachings of the Buddha to the world at large. A great inspiration. Interview 1: 1 hour 04 mins
7 Sep 2009
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Layla, Landry, Pressley and Knox Kiffin have finally joined UT head football coach Lane Kiffin in Knoxville. GoVolsXtra was granted the first interview with the family mere hours after Layla and the kids arrived in town.
14 Dec 2009
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its the First interview from our tunisien Rapper balti
29 Dec 2009
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*******www.koreanbeacon**** Asian megastar RAIN and movie director James McTeigue discuss the making of Ninja Assassin. This is one of the FIRST interviews published from the Ninja Assassin press junket. Rain and James were very personable. RAIN seemed very comfortable with us and quite enthusiastic. After we had interviewed him, RAIN turned to the director and said, "I told you Koreans are humble." The funniest comment he made during the interview was that his character is "sexy." For more on RAIN, go to *******www.koreanbeacon****
5 Jun 2010
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UPDATE 09/09/08: Hey all, there is actually a follow-up interview where I press Vin again for his D&D lore. You can find that video here: *******www.ugo****/movies/babylon-ad-video-gallery/?cur=vin-diesel-dungeons-and-dragons&morepics=1 About the First Interview to your left: Originally found at UGO****, Vin Diesel shows he is more than a mere action star by trouncing some orcs in a quick D&D session! See the entire UGO interview here: *******video.ugo****/vplayer.aspx?articleID=13104 Thanks for all the geek love!
28 Jun 2011
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Quick video of Cliff Burton talking about Dave Mustaine during two different radio interviews; One being WXXV 103.1 Chicago in 1986 and the other after a Metallica gig (I think...) on February 7, 1985 at The Variety Theatre Cleveland, Ohio. The first interview was all joking and laughs but Kirk does seem to chirp in a little, with Cliff coming off as the reputable guy he is held as.
14 Oct 2011
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Uk band Bring Me the Horizon asked Peta for a repeat interview after lead singer Oli Sykes was alleged to have urinated on and then thrown a bottle at a female fan on their tour bus, after his advances were denied. To set the story straight, they participated in another Peta interview. Because of the popularity and insight shown with the first interview they had. Unless you're an idiot you'll realise this is a parody.
22 Jan 2012
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Well guys, here it is. It took me too long, but I finally got it done. Originally, I wanted to have this posted for Christmas of 2011 as a last-minute celebration of Sonic's 20th Anniversary, but with an incredibly schizophrenic work schedule, my personal life taking some interesting turns and twists, underestimating the work load, and working on other things for other people, I just couldn't get it done in time. I greatly apologize for that. I learned my lesson; never set a deadline for a personal project ever again. Anyway, with that said, I hope you guys enjoy it. It's only a little longer than the first Interview Animation, but I think it came out alright. :)
17 Jul 2012
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Rebecca Jarvis reports on the Newsweek interview with Nafissatou Diallo, the woman who accused former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault. Then, she talks to John Solomon, news director at Newsweek, which got the first interview with Diallo.
27 Aug 2012
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CBS News' Elaine Quijano has the first interview with three police officers who responded to the "shots fired" call at Sandy Hook elementary school.
24 Dec 2012
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