Luckily we live on a planet where there’s ample opportunities to resolve to bring about change, and not just on January 1. One of those opportunities is now, with the start of Losar, or Tibetan New Year, 2138, the year of the Iron Hare.
Each year Tibetans pledge to take action for a free Tibet once a week (or once a day). You can see examples of pledges at Students for A Free Tibet‘s Losar page. Pledges are as simple as spreading awareness to financially supporting children and families.
We can all participate, too.
Readers of this blog know about my engagement with Tibet and her people’s struggle for independence. It’s one of the main reasons I started blogging. So I’m adding my pledge to the campaign:
My Losar pledge is to continue to raise awareness for the cause of Tibetan freedom and ask for people’s support of Tibet.
Will you support Tibetan freedom by making a pledge?