Dalai Lama: Harmony In Diversity Trailer

Dalai Lama: Harmony In Diversity Trailer (1997)

31 December 1997

When His Holiness sees people from different backgrounds, whether culture, religion or belief, he doesn't see a difference. We are all one. As a species, our mental and emotional levels all are the same. In his experience everyone wants happiness and not suffering. Everyone has the right to overcome suffering. His Holiness believes our very being has the right to exist happily, and believes our very goal or purpose is happiness or satisfaction.With a good brain and a good heart His Holiness believes together we can overcome all human problems.

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