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Lions Roar : July 2017
apart and learn about internal combustion engines. As Tenzin Gyatso grew older, he came to enjoy his Buddhist studies and practice medi- tation more and more. “I found less and less difficulty in learning all that was required of me,” he said in My Land and My People. “My belief and faith in my religion became deeper, the assurance in my mind that I was following the right path became firmer. I began to think less of myself and more of others and became aware of the concept of compassion.” When he began his religious studies in 1941, the Dalai Lama had three tutors: his regent, Reting Rinpoche; Taktra Rinpoche; and Ling Rinpoche. After Reting Rinpoche’s resignation, Taktra Rinpoche succeeded him as regent and Ling Rinpoche, a brilliant scholar, became the Dalai Lama’s primary teacher. A warm man with a stern face, he had a reputation as a strict disciplinarian. When he was nineteen, Dalai Lama received ordination as a gelong (full monk) from Ling Rinpoche. The Dalai Lama at about fifteen. Over the course of his adolescence, he deepened his study of and faith in Buddhism. The Dalai Lama’s mother and eldest sister in 1949. This photo was taken by Heinrich Harrer, friend and tutor to the Dalai Lama and author of the famed memoir Seven Years in Tibet. PHOTO:HEINRICHHARRER.TIBET.1949.©ETHNOGRAPHICMUSEUMATTHEUNIVERSITYOFZURICH.VMZ400.09.00.113.PHOTO(TOP)COURTESYOFTHEMARISTCOLLEGEARCHIVES LION’S ROAR | JULY 2017 61