The trip to Tibet & Himalayas is not just memorial. It is a journey to realize our own breath and mind, which contributes to our sense of existence, which is often unconvincing in the daily city life. I shall never forget the freezing overnight experience in the camp site of Mt. Everest, and the infinite stars on the dark-blue sky. The trip told us about a rough idea of purity of nature, and origin of a religion, plus the fragility of mankind. With these memories rooted in mind, I was depressed deep down in my heart, whenever I read the desperate news about every tragedy and inhumane attack against such a neutral religion, that is already hiding itself in a humble, if not sacred, land surrounded mountains.