Forming A Classical Tibetan Study Group?

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Forming A Classical Tibetan Study Group?

Postby dharmagoat » Thu Nov 28, 2013 12:01 am

I am wondering if anyone else is interested in collaborating online to study the classical Tibetan language. One idea that I have is to form a small group to co-author a private shared blog, although there are likely to be other possibilities.

My own study is at the stage of refining my pronunciation, widening my vocabulary, and forming simple sentences. However, I would be happy to start at the very beginning if that would better suit others.

I have been learning from Joe B. Wilson's book: "Translating Buddhism from Tibetan", and have a large collection of resources derived from that and various other sources.

So, is anyone interested?
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Re: Forming A Classical Tibetan Study Group?

Postby kirtu » Thu Nov 28, 2013 1:09 am

Definitely.

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"The way to solve problems in your life is to open your heart to others and think differently."
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"Only you can make your mind beautiful."
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Re: Forming A Classical Tibetan Study Group?

Postby dharmagoat » Thu Nov 28, 2013 1:11 am

kirtu wrote:Definitely.

Kirt

Wonderful!

Any ideas/suggestions? (You can PM me if you like.)
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