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Everest

July 12, 2009

Mt. Everest

Mt. Everest

I went on a flight to view Mt. Everest today with a few classmates. It was a real quick thing but well worth it. Even though we were not able to see Everest so close (as falsely adverstised by many companies doing these tours) it was still wonderful to fly above the top of the world! :)  Then we received these cheesy certificates that said “I didn’t climb Mt. Everest, but I touched it with my heart!” hehe…

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Nepal Weeks 3 - 4

July 10, 2009

Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu, Nepal

This summer in Nepal has been just as educational as I could have asked for. I am learning just as much inside the classroom as outside among other students in the Tibetan language program as well as locals I have befriended here. With that said, the loss of my dearest friend Anne, has changed my life. Anything petty seems really trite right now. Life is too short to be angry and hold grudges or to hang on to regrets. The context of which I have been learning Buddhism has changed as well. There is so much emphasis on impermanence and suffering in all Buddhist literature and whereas before it seemed like a mere fascination with those concepts now it is really gone to a deeper level. It is not something I can really talk about I don’t think, but I do feel it. For a while, I felt embarrassed to cry in front of new friends in a foreign environment, but everyone I have reached out to has been more than supportive in their own ways. I can’t expect any support from anyone more so than they have already shown me. My family as well as Anne’s family have all shown a great level of love and support in this hardest and more surreal episode for me. I am grateful for the close friends who have reached out through emails and Facebook messages and comments.

The next week coming up will be the last week of the studying at the Rangjung Yeshe* Institute and the we will go to Pharping for our two week retreat- - part of which I hope to do in silence. I am finalizing my plans right now for after when the retreat is over, July 31st. If all goes well, I will be traveling north to Tibet for the remaining days in early August so I probably wont be updating the blog as much until I return back home.

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Anne Moore <br>November 20th 1981 - July 5th 2009<br>Rest In Peace<br>Rest In Paradise

Anne Marshall Moore November 20th 1981 - July 5th 2009 Rest In Peace~ Rest In Paradise ~

I received an email from my father today and he let me know that Anne Marshall Moore left us on July 5th, 2009. I am sad to know I wont be able to attend her wake or memorial services. I found some bit of closure– the most I could hope for being half way around the world– when I had the chance to call Anne’s mother, Jackie, in the hospital and have her hold the phone up to Anne’s ear. I said my last words to her crying inside of a phone booth at an internet cafe, and Jackie told me that Anne’s eyes fluttered in response to my voice.

I am grateful for having my father contact floral wreath makers in Kansas City, and also for making arrangements with my wonderful Aunty Naseem out there to bring a beautiful wreath on my behalf. I thank her for her efforts as well. I know Anne’s family was happy to have an extended family member be present on my behalf.

I wrote to Anne’s grandma to print the following note and a picture for me:
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His Holiness Dalai Lama

His Holiness Dalai Lama

Today I went to a monastery where they were celebrating the 74th birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. It was nice to see with some of my classmates but I was still in melancholy thoughts thinking of Anne. It feels likes like I am having a dual kind of experience. On the conventional level my emotions are stable and I am able to keep a smile on my face and get along with summer school in the day time and dinner with classmates at night. However on a deeper level I am full of tears inside and occupied with sad thoughts about losing my dearest friend.  I remember it would feel strange between Anne and I to even call each other “ex’s” even though we dated 8 or 9 years ago. We seemed to have managed to develop a friendship afterward that transcended any attachment to the past, yet we could still share memories of good times without feeling uncomfortable. I valued and respected so much my friendship with her. I hardly ever refer to anyone as a “best friend” but she really felt like that kind of a special friend. And now she is passing away, and I don’t know how to really deal with it…
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Praying for Anne

July 4, 2009

With Angel Anne in Santa Monica, CA - 2004

With Angel Anne in Santa Monica, CA - 2004

Half way around the world I just received very disturbing news that my ex-girlfriend and dearest f riend, Anne Moore, is about to pass away. I spoke with my mother as well as Anne’s brother, father, and grandmother and they all said its a matter of hours before she leaves us on the physical plane. I have been in tears all morning. Just when I was getting used to this new environment all of a sudden Kathmandu is looking strange and unfamiliar again. There have been moments when I really felt like I was hallucinating. I wish I could fly to Kansas City and be with her in the hospital. Even though she is in an unconscious state and just breathing her last breaths, I would still like to hold her hand and just let her know what an amazing friend she has been since I met her in 1999.  I wish I could just call and have her mother hold the phone next to her ear so I could  say my last words to her before her soul parts from this earth.

Life’s not going to be the same without you Annie… I love you and am praying for you! You were always an angel. You will always be in my thoughts.

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4th of July

July 4, 2009

We celebrated 4th of July at the U.S. Embassy building. They had All-American everything…beers, snacks, soda’s, and a whole lot more.

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Thamel knows how to party!

July 3, 2009 Uncategorized

Well after two weeks of school, some of my classmates and I thought it was time to go to Thamel and have a fun time. First we went to Namaste Cafe which had real kick back floor seating and we ordered some yummy food as well as sheesha (hooka). We watched a great cover band [...]

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Ride around town with Bhasker

July 1, 2009 Nepal

I made a new friend in class, Bhasker. He is a Nepali M.A. student and he invited me to his place after class. I went on a ride around the Kathmandu district on his motor bike, which felt like a safari ride (even though I’ve never been on one before but it was a lot [...]

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Nepal – Week 2: Classes Begin

June 28, 2009 Nepal

It seems much longer than two weeks have past but I guess there is a lot to take in everyday that makes each day seem so full. The environment still feels new but naturally more familiar than last week, which ended with a nice pool party and dinner. I was fortunate (and hungry) enough to [...]

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Swyambhunath, and time to relax

June 27, 2009 Nepal

Saturday started off with another wonderful teaching given by Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche. This time discussing ‘identity’ and the illusory use of language. He emphasized that Buddhism is mainly concerned with how “things really are” and our delusions keep us from seeing the nature of dependent origination. The real big “sin” in this way of life [...]

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