This is the final message of Sonam and Choephak Kyap who set themselves on fire and died last week in the name of Tibetan freedom.
Discovered two days after their self-immolation, their recording is now being shared among Tibetans.
This is the latest example of Tibetans passing on information about protests in spite of China’s attempts to control communications across the country.
They said they were self-immolating “against the Chinese government and for the protection of the Buddha Dharma”.
Their call has inspired Tibetans in Barma township, where they self-immolated, to gather at the local monastery to pledge solidarity.
Sonam and Choephak Kyap were not interested in personal glory but in “Tibetan people’s rights”.
Those rights, including the right to share calls for freedom, are now being asserted by those who hear the message.
They do so at great risk to themselves. The least we can do is share it too.