Tibetan Monk Grows His Family
Lama Lobsang, a Tibetan Monk, in China took in 33 orphans after an earthquake hit in 2010. One by one more children came from poor, single parent homes or from the streets. Lama is now called “Sang Father” by more than 170 children. He denies the characterization of an orphanage or a school. After all, He’s supporting the children by his speaking engagements. He’s trying to give these children a place to call home.