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Video of Leigh Sales of ABC’s 7.30 interviewing HHDL in Sydney, Australia, originally broadcast on June 13th. http://t.co/ZtxUKUN2Tg
Live: There will be live webcasts of HHDL’s teachings and talks during his visit to Australia on June 14-23. http://t.co/sAB4RqUUHw
We naturally have self-interest but it should be wise rather than foolish self-interest by taking others needs into account as well as ours.
I feel that each of us has the potential to make some contribution and together, working with a clear aim, we can change our world.
Live: HHDL’s four day teaching on “A Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life” from Dharamsala, India on June 1-4. http://t.co/sAB4RqUUHw
If we make consistent effort, based on proper education, we can change the world.
It is expressions of affection rather than money and power that attract real friends.
We need to strengthen such inner values as contentment, patience and tolerance, as well as compassion for others.
HHDL talks about the need for hope in our lives in a clip from his Tulane University Commencement address on May 18 http://t.co/iy2kaWiQlC
Everybody wants a happy life and a peaceful mind, but we have to produce peace of mind through our own practice.
Live: HHDL’s talks and dialogues from Madison, Wisconsin and New Orleans, Louisiana on May 15-18, 2013. http://t.co/sAB4RqUUHw
Just as ripples spread out when a single pebble is dropped into water, the actions of individuals can have far-reaching effects.
Live: HHDL from the Environmental Summit in Portland & the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon, USA, on May 9-11. http://t.co/sAB4RqUUHw
Serving and helping others out of compassion is non-violence in action.
Most of our problems are related to the mind, so we have to work to reduce our destructive emotions.
If we can refrain from harming others in our everyday actions and words, we can start to give more serious attention to actively doing good.
Placing all our hope on material development is clearly mistaken; the ultimate source of happiness is within us.
If we can cultivate a concern for others, keeping in mind the oneness of humanity, we can build a more compassionate world.