For Tibet, With Love

by Tibetan Life

'For Tibet, with Love' celebrates the fact that  <br>we can make a difference.</br>

'For Tibet, with Love' celebrates the fact that
we can make a difference.

Are you concerned about Tibetan rights and freedoms? Have you thought about becoming a peaceful activist for Tibet and the Tibetan people?

Need some inspiration or courage? Read on...

'Sometimes you just have to do something, don't you? Sometimes an injustice comes along and you think 'No, this cannot be', and rather than just turn off the TV, you know it's time to act'.

So begins Isabel Losada's extraordinary "For Tibet with Love" in which she explores whether it's possible for an ordinary person to change the world, just a little, and if something so serious can be achieved with joy in one's heart.

From visits to Nepal and Tibet, to meetings with the Chinese ambassador and Tibetan awareness-raising groups, Isabel single-handedly hatches a stunning PR coup involving Nelson's Column, a 15 metre banner and a base-jumping parachutist that captured headlines worldwide.

And then she meets the Dalai Lama.

Warm and funny, moving and thought-provoking, the astonishing "For Tibet, with Love" celebrates the fact that we can make a difference.

"Thanks SO much and I hope it inspires more supporters and makes them laugh as well as maybe cry and smile and feel inspired to take action."

xxx isabel

"Isabel, thanks for being an inspiration! Folks, please read Isabel Losada's fantastic & humorous book, 'A beginner's guide to changing the world: For Tibet, with Love' if you are interested in social activism."

Tara Melwani

'Witty, inspiring and life-affirming. Isabel Losada is a writer who can change lives.'

Joanna Lumley

'Candid, thought-provoking, sassy and very, very funny.'

Mick Brown

A Beginner's Guide to Changing the World: For Tibet, with Love (Paperback) By (author) Isabel Losada

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