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Vaclav Havel (Associated Press/Petr David Josek)
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December 20, 2011
Tibet and His Holiness the Dalai Lama has lost a true friend. We Tibetans thank you for supporting us. Om mani padme hum.
December 20, 2011
What a great man
December 20, 2011
I was blessed to have met Mr. Havel during his visit to Lehigh University several years ago. He once wrote, "In the darkest days of my life, burning in my heart was the sense that I was brought into the world for a reason." Vaclav came to light the fire and because of his persistence and his vision, freedom came to the country of my grandparents. You have made the world a better place for having passed our way; God could not have given us a more chersihed gift. God bless and may you rest in peace; may your family find comfort in knowing you lived your life so well while challenging each of us to be a better person! Thank you, Vaclav - well done good and faithful servant.
December 20, 2011
Some men have knowledge and wisdom along with humility. We love them and we cry when we lose them. The Bible says at Eccl 1:15-18 "That which is made crooked cannot be made straight, and that which is wanting cannot possibly be counted.  I, even I, spoke with my heart, saying: “Look! I myself have greatly increased in wisdom more than anyone that happened to be before me in Jerusalem, and my own heart saw a great deal of wisdom and knowledge.”  And I proceeded to give my heart to knowing wisdom and to knowing madness, and I have come to know folly, that this too is a striving after wind. For in the abundance of wisdom there is an abundance of vexation, so that he that increases knowledge increases pain.
I hope your family has peace.
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