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Posted: Jul 30 '15
Donating business acumen is a powerful and effective way to give back to society. I recently witnessed this while launching an intercollegiate business plan competition to help Tibetan refugees. Rea...
Posted: Jul 27 '15
The Dalai Lama's ageless advice -- as was Shakespeare's -- is brilliantly simple in today's complex digital age: Be real to yourself to create a real environment online. Read: Be human. Read more: D...
Posted: Jul 25 '15
I attended the Dalai Lama's talk at the University of California, Irvine, recently for a celebration of his 80th birthday. He said that all he wanted for his birthday was compassion. Read more: Dala...
Posted: Jul 17 '15
One story you frequently hear about the German public is that they have no sense of humor and are too serious. But you wouldn't have known it, watc... Read more: Dalai Lama, Peace, Dance, Germany, D...
Posted: Jul 16 '15
Matthieu Ricard has lived many lives. As a young student in Paris during the late 1960s, he was working on his dissertation in biochemistry at ... Read more: Voices, Matthieu Ricard, Matthieu Ric...
Posted: Jul 8 '15
The Dalai Lama's 80th birthday celebration began on Sunday, July 5 in Anaheim of all places, at The Honda Center, as the July Fourth holiday weekend screeched to a halt. We must all make an effort. Th...
Posted: Jul 8 '15
There is perhaps no greater advocate for peace and compassion as respected worldwide as the Dalai Lama. It is the great admiration and esteem The Dalai Lama is held in, by people from all walks of lif...
Posted: Jul 7 '15
This past Sunday my husband and I ventured to the Honda Center in Anaheim, California for the Dalai Lama's 80th Birthday celebration. The Dalai Lama holds a special place in my heart because it was ju...
Posted: Jul 7 '15
Overwhelmingly, people say they love the Dalai Lama because of his integrity. But what does that mean? And how can we live in the same way? How can we concretely learn from his teachings? Read more:...
Posted: Jul 7 '15
The term Kundun in Tibetan literally means "presence" but the Dalai Lama's absence from Tibet is an all too real pain that is impossible not to feel. Or in a strange way, it could be interpreted as an...
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