Wildmind Meditation News
Jul 08, 2010
The Dalai Lama’s not getting any younger.
He turned 75 on Tuesday and by all accounts he’s in good health. But, inevitably, the question of who will succeed one of the world’s most revered spiritual leaders looms large.
Increasingly, the spotlight has been turned to the Karmapa Lama. He is close to the Dalai Lama and calls him “a spiritual and personal father figure.” As head of one of the major schools of Tibetan Buddhism, he is also an accomplished scholar in his own right. But he’s of a new generation.
He plays video games and spends time after meditation listening to rap music. On a recent visit to his monastery in Sidbhari, a …