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With His Holiness The Dalai Lama, at His home in Dharamsala, India (Synthesis Dialogues - made into a movie narrated by Harrison Ford)

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DulanMarlon 33 weeks 3 days ago

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Willie01 13 weeks 5 days ago

His teachings are a huge part in some of the things I lead my emplyees to value. Great philospher, and teacher!

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QuiairaJ 13 weeks 1 day ago

One of the quotes that our agency Modern Day Digital, https://www.moderndaydigital.com/, really focuses our commitment to service on of his is " Love and compassion arenecessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive." It's about being helpful to everyone. Really great philosophy, Dalai.

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Steve_F_White 13 weeks 1 day ago

He is such an inspiration to many. I can't imagine how I would feel if I got to meet him in person. Very cool!

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DRose05 1 week 5 days ago

Love learning from him, such an inspiration!

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Chris889 1 day 21 hours ago

He is such an icon of goodness. I wish to meet him in heaven.

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