Letter left behind by Tsultrim Gyatso who self immolated
Golden Drops of Tears
"Oh, tears. Troubled heart. Oh, brother, can you hear? Can you see? Who will I talk to about the suffering of the six million Tibetans? This harsh prison of China, for the purpose of taking this treasury of gold and silver. The people of Tibet are made to suffer. Tears fall from my eyes pondering that. I hope through the power of having offered my precious human body to fire, May His Holiness the Dalai Lama return back to our home land, and May His Holiness the Panchen Lama regain his freedom. For the suffering of the six million Tibetans, I light this lamp of my body. Due to this offering, I pray that all the sentient beings in the three realms become free from the three poisons (of attachment, hatred and ignorance) and take the path of the awakened ones. May the Lama and the three jewels (Buddha, Dharma, and the Sangha) protect those without a protector. May all the brothers and sisters of the land of snow mountains reunite!”
(Tsultrim Gyatso, a 43 years old Tibetan monk of Amchok monastery died after he set himself on fire today, December 19, 2013 in Amchok town, Sangchu County of Gansu Prefecture around 2.30 PM local time, making him the 125th Tibetan to self immolate in protest against the Chinese government)
Wake up, Central Tibetan Administration! Believe in Justice! Tibet is not alone!