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A Dalai Láma a kaliforniai törvényhozás együttes ülésén

2016. június 21./Phayul.com/TibetPress

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By Tenzin Monlam

DHARAMSHALA, June 21: The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama Monday addressed a joint session of the California Legislature in Sacramento where he stressed the importance of sense of community and well being of seven billion human being. “We are social animal and the sense of community is very essential. All of us must think of well-being of the entire seven billion human beings. Time has come for us to think about global well being,” said the Dalai Lama.

The Tibetan leader added that more happiness, peace and compassion on global level will bring maximum benefit to humanity as a whole. “Different nationalities, faiths and ranks are secondary level of differences. On the fundamental level we are all the same. We are born the same way and we die the same,” the spiritual leader said.

His Holiness stated that California with its multi-cultured society has the ‘positive potential’ to create genuine harmony. He also appreciated initiatives taken by the state on environmental issues.

Welcoming the Nobel Laureate, Kevin de León, President pro Tempore of the California State Senate, said that the timing of His Holiness’s visit could not have been better. “In these times, spiritual guidance not only gives us comfort but also a direction. Guidance to help us become vessel of peace, teachings to help us empathies towards the needy and spiritual light to guide us as individuals and policymakers towards a greater common good,” the politician said.

The Tibetan leader also requested the legislators to put more focus on secular ethics and inner values in the modern education, which he sees as tilting towards materialism. “Through that entire generation will come through such education, which would make our society more compassionate society.”

Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the Assembly and the members of the California Legislature, welcomed His Holiness to the house.

The Dalai Lama today will give a public talk on ‘Compassion and Universal Responsibility’ organized by the University of Utah in association with the Utah Tibet Foundation at the Huntsman Center.


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