One of the last interviews we did in India for The TEXT Program was with Geshe Dorji Damdul, the Director of Tibet House in New Delhi. He is a deeply intelligent man, with sharp and considered opinions, and well practiced at handling the questions of Westerners. This year, we ended every interview with a simple question: "What are your hopes for the future of Tibet?" Though simple, and even obvious, the question was warmly received and enthusiastically answered by all of the Tibetans we spoke with, but Geshe Damdul's answer was surprising, and delivered with his characteristic wit and panache. We are currently assembling a montage of all the answers we received to our closing question, but I wanted to circulate Geshe la's answer now, before we release the full film.