More than ever

Today, more than ever before,
life must be characterized by a sense
of Universal responsibility, not only
nation to nation and human to human,
but also human to other forms of life.
~Dalai Lama


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  1. Carlos Bation

    November 11, 2014

    Great words from Dalai Lama..good morning at my side 10:33 am merienda time ..beautiful lines and sweet dreams..Ingat

  2. Ajay Agnihotri

    November 12, 2014

    Nice words of The great Dalai Lama..beautiful post Jendhamuni.

  3. Mike Dawson

    November 12, 2014

    Very much so. Thank you reminding us.

  4. Draha Kučerová

    November 12, 2014

    krásně řečeno i fotka pěkná,uklidňující

  5. Mervin Daniel Rossouw

    November 12, 2014

    People ignore what they dont understand,& they hate what they cannot conquer..thats just the theory of people.

  6. Anna Mae Shipley

    November 12, 2014

    I read your poetry I read what you say I read what you feel, I understand your friend :")

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