Life lessons from the Dalai Lama
A six-year-old boy was taken from his parental home. At the age of 15 he had to become a commander and a diplomat, and at 25 he had to flee from Tibet to India. Now the Dalai Lama 79. It would seem difficult life. But instead of deep wrinkles on his face - only mischievous spider web around the eyes. And over 50 years, hundreds of thousands of people have been waiting for the right words and the right actions from him.
Be kinder when possible. And this is always possible.
Prosperity comes through action, not prayer.
Arrogance is never justified. It comes from low self-esteem or temporary, superficial advances.
When it seems to a person that everything goes awry, something wonderful is trying to enter his life.
People were created to be loved, and things were created to be used. The world is in chaos because everything is the opposite.
The theme of compassion has nothing to do with religion. This is a human case, a single condition for the survival of the human race.
If you can help, help. If not, at least do no harm.
I do not celebrate birthdays.For me, this day is no different from others. In a way, every day is a birthday. You wake up in the morning, everything is fresh and new, and most importantly, that this new day brings you something important.
The purpose of our life is to become happy.
By maintaining a positive attitude towards life, you can be happy even in the most adverse conditions.
Our enemies give us an excellent opportunity to practice patience, perseverance and compassion.
I believe that really true religion is a good heart.
We must rule over technology, not become their slaves.
Great changes begin with individuals; Inner peace and peace in the heart of each individual lies at the heart of world peace. Each of us can contribute.
Each of us is responsible for all of humanity. This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples, no need for a complex philosophy.
Our own brain, our heart, is our temple; our philosophy is kindness.