Don't you all think the Dalai Lama and those still clinging to the idea of Tibet are 'going against the Tao.' One of the things Buddhism is supposed to be all about is renunciation. Sure, there are still problems with the way Tibetans are treated, but surely it would be in the Tibetans best interests if they simply flowed with the change, but just kept their religious ideas underground? With all due respect I find the way the Dalai Lama has gone about this whole issue as contrary to Taoist thought and that he could learn a lot from it. Your thoughts?