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In Memory of an Extraordinary Buddhist Master, Woman and a Mother Venerable Naljorma Jangchup Palmo Dear Heart Friends, It is with a heart of great sadness that I have to inform you of the Parinirvana of my kind mother Venerable Naljorma Jangchup Palmo, also known as Lady Palmo and more affectionately…
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Original Article Eugene’s Tibet Week uses the arts to spread a message of peace ARTICLE | JUNE 5, 2014 – 1:00AM | BY RACHAEL CARNES “Looking at the world today, there is tremendous uncertainty in our lives,” says Venerable Jigme Rinpoche, founder and director at the Palmo Center for Peace…
A week for world peace in Eugene; Buddhist’s mark the one-year anniversary of the Dalai Lama’s visit
If it weren’t for the Venerable Lady Jangchup Palmo, the Dalai Lama might never have come to Eugene in May 2013. The Tibetan woman — whom many call Amala, a title of respect that means “honored mother” — started her campaign to persuade him to come a dozen years ago…
His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Lecture
His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Lecture at the University of Oregon May 10, 2013
This most auspicious visit of His Holiness has come about primarily due to the compassionate leadership of Lady Palmo, affectionally known as Amala ( Honorable Mother ) She is renowned and respected internationally for her life long of commitment to the path of peace, compassion and forgiveness.
Therefore on behalf of our entire community we pay our tribute and gratitude to her kindness and dedication in bringing His Holiness to our door step.
Mayor Kitty Piercy on promoting the Palmo Peace Center in Eugene Oregon
Our very own Mayor Kitty Piercy sharing her views on peace and compassion in Eugene, Oregon, our community as well as her support for the Palmo Peace Center.
Dr. Arun Gandhi Supporting the Palmo Peace Center
Born in 1934 in Durban, South Africa, Arun is the fifth grandson of India’s legendary leader, Mohandas K. “Mahatma” Gandhi. Growing up under the discriminatory apartheid laws of South Africa, he was beaten by “white” South Africans for being too black and “black” South Africans for being too white; so, Arun sought eye-for-an-eye justice. However, he learned from his parents and grandparents that justice does not mean revenge, it means transforming the opponent through love and suffering. Shares his thoughts about the Palmo Peace Center while giving a lecture in Eugene, Oregon at Lane Community College.