The Muditaa Project 2015: An Interview with Rinchen Khando

Mount Madonna School The Muditaa Project 2015: An Interview with Rinchen Khando This interview with Rinchen Khando took place as part of a journey to India in April of 2015 called the Muditaa Project. Sixteen seniors from the Mount Madonna School, "Values in World Thought Program" participated as part of a year long project. Muditaa is a word that comes from Sanskrit and while there are several ways to define it, the simplest is "joy that comes from others' happiness". Essentially seeing other people succeed and find happiness is a source of joy for you; that is muditaa. Rinchen Khando is the Director of the Tibetan Nuns Project and a former Minister of Education in the Tibetan Government-in-Exile. For more information on the Values program visit the <a href="https://www.mountmadonnaschool.org/hawk-life/values-in-world-thought/" target="_blank">Values in World Thought</a> page. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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The Muditaa Project 2015: An Interview with Rinchen Khando

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The Muditaa Project 2015: An Interview with Rinchen Khando
The Muditaa Project 2015: An Interview with Rinchen Khando
The Muditaa Project 2015: An Interview with Rinchen Khando

The Muditaa Project 2015: An Interview with Rinchen Khando

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This interview with Rinchen Khando took place as part of a journey to India in April of 2015 called the Muditaa Project. Sixteen seniors from the Mount Madonna School, “Values in World Thought Program” participated as part of a year long project.

Muditaa is a word that comes from Sanskrit and while there are several ways to define it, the simplest is “joy that comes from others’ happiness”. Essentially seeing other people succeed and find happiness is a source of joy for you; that is muditaa.

Rinchen Khando is the Director of the Tibetan Nuns Project and a former Minister of Education in the Tibetan Government-in-Exile.

For more information on the Values program visit the Values in World Thought page.