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Tag Archives: Tenzin Gyatso
By Anthony J. Marsella and Kathleen Malley-Morrison Note from Kathie MM: Enjoy this culmination of the quest in which we have engaged the past two weeks to identify 100 examples of peace and justice leaders, illustrated with enticing and enlightening … Continue reading →
One Hundred Contemporary Exemplars of Peace Advocacy and Activism: The First Fifty by Kathie Malley-Morrison & Anthony J. Marsella During this week, while we are honoring one of America’s greatest heroes, a man who personified many of the highest … Continue reading →
by Stefan Schindler In Buddha’s worldview, “each life is precious, endowed with freedom and opportunity.” The Buddhist social democratic path to peace offers widespread time and place for deconditioning. Buddha says the institutions of society ought to serve schools, not … Continue reading →
by Stefan Schindler There is now clearly a battle for the soul of civilization. Civility is losing, but there is still hope. The battle might be titled: “The Dalai Lama versus The New World Disorder.” Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai … Continue reading →