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2015-08-13 10:20:28 (478 comments; 453 reshares; 3,935 +1s)Open 

I thank my friends across the world for your greetings on my 80th birthday. Since we all seek happiness and try to avoid suffering, we have a responsibility to bring about the well-being of all living beings. I appeal to you to promote ethical values imbued with love and compassion, to work to calm the conflicts going on in many parts of the world, to foster interreligious harmony and protect our natural environment.

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2015-07-17 10:30:55 (329 comments; 769 reshares; 3,570 +1s)Open 

Depression seems to be related to fear, anger and frustration. When you're in a bad mood, even if you meet with your friends, you don't take pleasure in their company. But when you're in a good mood, even if things go wrong, you can cope with them without difficulty. This is why putting yourself in a good mood, making a point of developing a sense of loving kindness gives you greater inner strength.

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2015-06-14 10:31:35 (243 comments; 301 reshares; 4,309 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama and his hosts, members of the Mutitjulu community, returning from their walk through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia on June 13, 2015. (Photo by Rusty Stewart)

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2016-02-06 10:34:30 (91 comments; 174 reshares; 1,293 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaking to Tibetans in Tibet and in exile as well as friends and supporters world wide as the Tibetan New Year approaches from Rochester, Minnesota, USA on February 4, 2016. His Holiness speaks in Tibetan with English subtitles.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaking to Tibetans in Tibet and in exile as well as friends and supporters world wide as the Tibetan New Year approaches from Rochester, Minnesota, USA on February 4, 2016. His Holiness speaks in Tibetan with English subtitles.___

2016-01-29 10:30:23 (157 comments; 340 reshares; 1,760 +1s)Open 

Happiness and suffering can be divided into two main categories: mental and physical. Of the two, it’s the mind that exerts the greatest influence over us. So long as we’re not ill or lacking basic necessities, and our body is content, we virtually ignore it. The mind, however, registers everything that happens to us, no matter how small. Therefore, we should focus our efforts on bringing about mental peace.

Happiness and suffering can be divided into two main categories: mental and physical. Of the two, it’s the mind that exerts the greatest influence over us. So long as we’re not ill or lacking basic necessities, and our body is content, we virtually ignore it. The mind, however, registers everything that happens to us, no matter how small. Therefore, we should focus our efforts on bringing about mental peace.___

2016-01-22 10:30:51 (155 comments; 280 reshares; 1,621 +1s)Open 

We all have a responsibility to ensure the welfare of humanity, to try to make this a happier more peaceful world. But we need to find ways to promote an acceptable, universal approach to ethics or human values. Open hearts encourage a sense of security and trust that is the basis of genuine friendship, which is to everyone's benefit.

We all have a responsibility to ensure the welfare of humanity, to try to make this a happier more peaceful world. But we need to find ways to promote an acceptable, universal approach to ethics or human values. Open hearts encourage a sense of security and trust that is the basis of genuine friendship, which is to everyone's benefit.___

2016-01-15 10:30:23 (200 comments; 428 reshares; 2,124 +1s)Open 

I often ask myself what is the purpose of our lives and I conclude that life's purpose is to be happy. We have no guarantee what will happen in the future, but we live in hope. That's what keeps us going.

I often ask myself what is the purpose of our lives and I conclude that life's purpose is to be happy. We have no guarantee what will happen in the future, but we live in hope. That's what keeps us going.___

2016-01-08 10:31:17 (162 comments; 329 reshares; 1,797 +1s)Open 

Conflicts arise when we dwell too much on secondary differences between us: differences of nationality, faith, whether we are rich or poor, educated or uneducated. What 's more helpful to remember instead is that we are all human beings and from that point of view we're all the same.

Conflicts arise when we dwell too much on secondary differences between us: differences of nationality, faith, whether we are rich or poor, educated or uneducated. What 's more helpful to remember instead is that we are all human beings and from that point of view we're all the same.___

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2016-01-02 10:31:09 (161 comments; 165 reshares; 2,719 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama thanking members of the police who helped during his two week visit to Tashi Lhunpo Monastery in Bylakuppe, Karnataka, India on January 1, 2016. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama thanking members of the police who helped during his two week visit to Tashi Lhunpo Monastery in Bylakuppe, Karnataka, India on January 1, 2016. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)___

2015-12-28 10:32:22 (159 comments; 290 reshares; 1,895 +1s)Open 

We face many problems, many of them man-made. It is our responsibility to solve them. We need to use our human intelligence to do this. No one seeks out suffering; everyone just wants to be happy. But out of short-sightedness we hatch plans that bring us trouble. We need to find human solutions. We need to consider the needs of coming generations.

We face many problems, many of them man-made. It is our responsibility to solve them. We need to use our human intelligence to do this. No one seeks out suffering; everyone just wants to be happy. But out of short-sightedness we hatch plans that bring us trouble. We need to find human solutions. We need to consider the needs of coming generations.___

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2015-12-23 10:30:43 (122 comments; 167 reshares; 2,420 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama looking out over the crowd of more than 30,000 during the preliminary prayers at the Jangchub Lam Rim Teaching at Tashi Lhunpo Monastery in Bylakuppe, Karnataka, India on December 22, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama looking out over the crowd of more than 30,000 during the preliminary prayers at the Jangchub Lam Rim Teaching at Tashi Lhunpo Monastery in Bylakuppe, Karnataka, India on December 22, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)___

2015-12-18 10:30:18 (150 comments; 398 reshares; 1,924 +1s)Open 

Karma means action and action motivated by compassion is good. To complain that what happens to you is just the result of your karma is lazy. Instead, confidently recalling the advice that, "You are your own master," you can change what happens by taking action.

Karma means action and action motivated by compassion is good. To complain that what happens to you is just the result of your karma is lazy. Instead, confidently recalling the advice that, "You are your own master," you can change what happens by taking action.___

2015-12-11 10:30:41 (184 comments; 477 reshares; 2,259 +1s)Open 

If you live your life honestly and truthfully, you'll be open and transparent, which leads to trust. And trust leads to friendship. This is something worth taking into account, that the basis of friendship is trust not money and warm-heartedness is essential if we are to live happy lives.

If you live your life honestly and truthfully, you'll be open and transparent, which leads to trust. And trust leads to friendship. This is something worth taking into account, that the basis of friendship is trust not money and warm-heartedness is essential if we are to live happy lives.___

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2015-12-09 10:30:47 (74 comments; 188 reshares; 2,407 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Ganden Tripa Rizong Rinpoche offering a butter lamp during the inauguration of the new Office and Residence of the Ganden Throneholder (Gaden Trithok Khang) in Mundgod, Karnataka, India on December 8, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Ganden Tripa Rizong Rinpoche offering a butter lamp during the inauguration of the new Office and Residence of the Ganden Throneholder (Gaden Trithok Khang) in Mundgod, Karnataka, India on December 8, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)___

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2015-12-07 10:27:52 (106 comments; 263 reshares; 1,754 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaks on taking daily responsibility to care for our environment in response to global warming in this short clip from an interview given in Oxford, UK on September 15, 2015.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaks on taking daily responsibility to care for our environment in response to global warming in this short clip from an interview given in Oxford, UK on September 15, 2015.___

2015-11-30 10:31:05 (171 comments; 202 reshares; 1,782 +1s)Open 

I’m really happy to see leaders and governments taking climate change and global warming seriously. Very encouraging. In the past I noticed people were not really serious about it. What they'd agreed, they didn’t fully implement. They placed national interest first and global interest second. Now climate change affects everybody. Treat it as a global issue and national interests will automatically be addressed.

I’m really happy to see leaders and governments taking climate change and global warming seriously. Very encouraging. In the past I noticed people were not really serious about it. What they'd agreed, they didn’t fully implement. They placed national interest first and global interest second. Now climate change affects everybody. Treat it as a global issue and national interests will automatically be addressed.___

2015-11-25 10:32:57 (176 comments; 290 reshares; 1,855 +1s)Open 

The technical progress we have made in the 21st century may have improved our material comfort, but there is no guarantee that it will bring us inner peace. We have to be careful that new forms of knowledge don’t just become tools for our anger and fear, that they don’t merely increase our destructive power. We need to remind ourselves that our own future depends on the rest of humanity.

The technical progress we have made in the 21st century may have improved our material comfort, but there is no guarantee that it will bring us inner peace. We have to be careful that new forms of knowledge don’t just become tools for our anger and fear, that they don’t merely increase our destructive power. We need to remind ourselves that our own future depends on the rest of humanity.___

2015-11-20 10:34:50 (249 comments; 508 reshares; 2,794 +1s)Open 

We should feel fed up with the violence and killing going on around us. If a human being is killed by an animal, it’s sad, but if a human being is killed by another human being it’s unthinkable. We have to make a special effort to think of each other as fellow human beings, as our brothers and sisters.

We should feel fed up with the violence and killing going on around us. If a human being is killed by an animal, it’s sad, but if a human being is killed by another human being it’s unthinkable. We have to make a special effort to think of each other as fellow human beings, as our brothers and sisters.___

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2015-11-18 10:37:15 (125 comments; 377 reshares; 2,086 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama answers a student's question on what it means to lead a successful life in this short video clip from his talk at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India on November 10, 2015.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama answers a student's question on what it means to lead a successful life in this short video clip from his talk at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India on November 10, 2015.___

2015-11-04 10:30:14 (307 comments; 732 reshares; 3,024 +1s)Open 

I sometimes wish that grown human beings were more like children, who are naturally open and accepting of others. Instead, as we grow up, we fail to nurture our natural potential and our sense of fundamental human values. We need to learn to distinguish emotions like anger and attachment that are destructive from positive ones like compassion that are a source of happiness.

I sometimes wish that grown human beings were more like children, who are naturally open and accepting of others. Instead, as we grow up, we fail to nurture our natural potential and our sense of fundamental human values. We need to learn to distinguish emotions like anger and attachment that are destructive from positive ones like compassion that are a source of happiness.___

2015-10-20 09:30:49 (210 comments; 186 reshares; 1,468 +1s)Open 

The impact of climate change in Tibet is harsh. As the world focuses on climate action at United Nations' COP21 meetings, Tibet should be central to any progress made. The Tibetan Plateau needs protecting, not just for Tibetans, but for the environmental health and sustainability of the entire world. As stewards of their own land, Tibetans’ expertise should be part of tackling climate change. http://tibet.net/COP21/

The impact of climate change in Tibet is harsh. As the world focuses on climate action at United Nations' COP21 meetings, Tibet should be central to any progress made. The Tibetan Plateau needs protecting, not just for Tibetans, but for the environmental health and sustainability of the entire world. As stewards of their own land, Tibetans’ expertise should be part of tackling climate change. http://tibet.net/COP21/___

2015-10-16 09:32:36 (166 comments; 454 reshares; 2,034 +1s)Open 

Compassion reduces our fear, boosts our confidence, and opens us to inner strength.  By reducing distrust, it opens us to others and brings us a sense of connections with them and a sense of purpose and meaning in life.

Compassion reduces our fear, boosts our confidence, and opens us to inner strength.  By reducing distrust, it opens us to others and brings us a sense of connections with them and a sense of purpose and meaning in life.___

2015-10-05 09:30:30 (283 comments; 629 reshares; 2,657 +1s)Open 

In our daily life, we feel happy when someone smiles and treats us with affection. But if they frown we feel uncomfortable. This is a sign that we need friends. Friendship doesn’t depend on fame, money or physical strength. It’s based on trust and trust depends on love and affection. Therefore, love and affection are important if we are to live a happy life.

In our daily life, we feel happy when someone smiles and treats us with affection. But if they frown we feel uncomfortable. This is a sign that we need friends. Friendship doesn’t depend on fame, money or physical strength. It’s based on trust and trust depends on love and affection. Therefore, love and affection are important if we are to live a happy life.___

2015-09-21 09:30:33 (245 comments; 653 reshares; 3,004 +1s)Open 

I believe that to meet the challenges of our times, human beings will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility. Each of us must learn to work not just for one self, one's own family or one's nation, but for the benefit of all humankind. Universal responsibility is the key to human survival, it is the foundation for world peace.

I believe that to meet the challenges of our times, human beings will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility. Each of us must learn to work not just for one self, one's own family or one's nation, but for the benefit of all humankind. Universal responsibility is the key to human survival, it is the foundation for world peace.___

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2015-09-20 09:33:22 (213 comments; 333 reshares; 3,904 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama thanking a group of young Tibetan children who performed before his talk at the O2 Arena in London, England on September 19, 2015. (Photo by Ian Cumming)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama thanking a group of young Tibetan children who performed before his talk at the O2 Arena in London, England on September 19, 2015. (Photo by Ian Cumming)___

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2015-09-16 10:30:42 (148 comments; 241 reshares; 2,946 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama with Lord Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, at his residence at Magdalene College in Cambridge, UK on September 15, 2015. (Photo by Ian Cumming)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama with Lord Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, at his residence at Magdalene College in Cambridge, UK on September 15, 2015. (Photo by Ian Cumming)___

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2015-09-15 10:30:11 (211 comments; 188 reshares; 3,168 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama with young students who asked him questions during their interactive session organized by the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion at Magdalen College's Rhodes House in Oxford, United Kingdom on September 14, 2015. (Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama with young students who asked him questions during their interactive session organized by the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion at Magdalen College's Rhodes House in Oxford, United Kingdom on September 14, 2015. (Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL)___

2015-09-10 10:30:25 (298 comments; 703 reshares; 3,429 +1s)Open 

Change in ourselves and in the world in which we live may not take place in a hurry: it will take time. But if we don't make an effort nothing will happen at all. Change will not take place because of decisions taken by governments or the UN. Real change will take place when individuals transform themselves guided by the values that lie at the core of all human ethical systems, scientific findings, and common sense.

Change in ourselves and in the world in which we live may not take place in a hurry: it will take time. But if we don't make an effort nothing will happen at all. Change will not take place because of decisions taken by governments or the UN. Real change will take place when individuals transform themselves guided by the values that lie at the core of all human ethical systems, scientific findings, and common sense.___

2015-09-04 10:30:24 (299 comments; 627 reshares; 3,201 +1s)Open 

When we say "I love the members of my own family, the people of my own religion or country or color" bias limits our affection. But with proper practice, from an ordinary level of affection we can develop an unbiased universal love, in which we don't care what other people's faith is, their nationality, or social status - so long as they are human beings, they are our brothers and sisters.

When we say "I love the members of my own family, the people of my own religion or country or color" bias limits our affection. But with proper practice, from an ordinary level of affection we can develop an unbiased universal love, in which we don't care what other people's faith is, their nationality, or social status - so long as they are human beings, they are our brothers and sisters.___

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2015-08-31 10:31:59 (225 comments; 324 reshares; 3,640 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama taking a moment from a tree planting ceremony to inspect Swami Karshni Guruasharanandaji Maharaj's beard during his visit to meet with religious leaders at the Kumbh Mela in Trimbakeshwar, Maharashtra, India on August 30, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama taking a moment from a tree planting ceremony to inspect Swami Karshni Guruasharanandaji Maharaj's beard during his visit to meet with religious leaders at the Kumbh Mela in Trimbakeshwar, Maharashtra, India on August 30, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)___

2015-08-27 10:30:32 (318 comments; 673 reshares; 3,508 +1s)Open 

In our quest for happiness and the avoidance of suffering, we are all fundamentally the same, and therefore equal. Despite all the characteristics that differentiate us - race, language, religion, gender, wealth and many others - we are all equal in terms of our basic humanity.

In our quest for happiness and the avoidance of suffering, we are all fundamentally the same, and therefore equal. Despite all the characteristics that differentiate us - race, language, religion, gender, wealth and many others - we are all equal in terms of our basic humanity.___

2015-08-20 10:30:16 (236 comments; 532 reshares; 2,940 +1s)Open 

All beings want to live a happy life, but only humans have the ability to analyze its causes. Although the mind is fundamentally pure, when we develop anger, attachment or even compassion, the mind seems to be suffused with that emotion. Anger is a disturbing emotion based on a wrong view, the misconception that things exist the way they appear. Constructive emotions are generally more realistic.

All beings want to live a happy life, but only humans have the ability to analyze its causes. Although the mind is fundamentally pure, when we develop anger, attachment or even compassion, the mind seems to be suffused with that emotion. Anger is a disturbing emotion based on a wrong view, the misconception that things exist the way they appear. Constructive emotions are generally more realistic.___

2015-08-13 10:20:28 (478 comments; 453 reshares; 3,935 +1s)Open 

I thank my friends across the world for your greetings on my 80th birthday. Since we all seek happiness and try to avoid suffering, we have a responsibility to bring about the well-being of all living beings. I appeal to you to promote ethical values imbued with love and compassion, to work to calm the conflicts going on in many parts of the world, to foster interreligious harmony and protect our natural environment.

I thank my friends across the world for your greetings on my 80th birthday. Since we all seek happiness and try to avoid suffering, we have a responsibility to bring about the well-being of all living beings. I appeal to you to promote ethical values imbued with love and compassion, to work to calm the conflicts going on in many parts of the world, to foster interreligious harmony and protect our natural environment.___

2015-08-06 10:31:00 (258 comments; 388 reshares; 2,585 +1s)Open 

The 20th century saw the destructive power of technology reach unthinkable levels, including the actual use of nuclear weapons. In Hiroshima I met survivors who told me of their terrible experiences. Trying to solve disputes through violence is completely out of date. We have to work to abolish nuclear weapons, but we must also build trust and friendship between nations, which requires we engage in dialogue.

The 20th century saw the destructive power of technology reach unthinkable levels, including the actual use of nuclear weapons. In Hiroshima I met survivors who told me of their terrible experiences. Trying to solve disputes through violence is completely out of date. We have to work to abolish nuclear weapons, but we must also build trust and friendship between nations, which requires we engage in dialogue.___

2015-07-31 10:30:57 (290 comments; 655 reshares; 3,077 +1s)Open 

Like anyone else, I too have anger in me. However, I try to recall that anger is a destructive emotion. I remind myself that scientists now say that anger is bad for our health; it eats into our immune system. So, anger destroys our peace of mind and our physical health. We shouldn't welcome it or think of it as natural or as a friend.

Like anyone else, I too have anger in me. However, I try to recall that anger is a destructive emotion. I remind myself that scientists now say that anger is bad for our health; it eats into our immune system. So, anger destroys our peace of mind and our physical health. We shouldn't welcome it or think of it as natural or as a friend.___

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2015-07-29 10:31:29 (129 comments; 213 reshares; 2,682 +1s)Open 

Young students reach out to touch His Holiness the Dalai Lama's hand as he prepares for group photos with students from different schools that attended his talk at Jamyang School in Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India on July 28, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)

Young students reach out to touch His Holiness the Dalai Lama's hand as he prepares for group photos with students from different schools that attended his talk at Jamyang School in Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India on July 28, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)___

2015-07-24 10:32:15 (259 comments; 574 reshares; 2,961 +1s)Open 

As a human being I acknowledge that my well-being depends on others and caring for others' well-being is a moral responsibility I take seriously. It's unrealistic to think that the future of humanity can be achieved on the basis of prayer or good wishes alone; what we need is to take action. Therefore, my first commitment is to contribute to human happiness the best I can

As a human being I acknowledge that my well-being depends on others and caring for others' well-being is a moral responsibility I take seriously. It's unrealistic to think that the future of humanity can be achieved on the basis of prayer or good wishes alone; what we need is to take action. Therefore, my first commitment is to contribute to human happiness the best I can___

2015-07-17 10:30:55 (329 comments; 769 reshares; 3,570 +1s)Open 

Depression seems to be related to fear, anger and frustration. When you're in a bad mood, even if you meet with your friends, you don't take pleasure in their company. But when you're in a good mood, even if things go wrong, you can cope with them without difficulty. This is why putting yourself in a good mood, making a point of developing a sense of loving kindness gives you greater inner strength.

Depression seems to be related to fear, anger and frustration. When you're in a bad mood, even if you meet with your friends, you don't take pleasure in their company. But when you're in a good mood, even if things go wrong, you can cope with them without difficulty. This is why putting yourself in a good mood, making a point of developing a sense of loving kindness gives you greater inner strength.___

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2015-07-14 09:31:52 (203 comments; 233 reshares; 3,211 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama talking with a group of young children on his arrival at the Museum of Applied Art in Frankfurt, Germany on July 13, 2015. (Photo by Manuel Bauer)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama talking with a group of young children on his arrival at the Museum of Applied Art in Frankfurt, Germany on July 13, 2015. (Photo by Manuel Bauer)___

2015-07-10 09:30:17 (204 comments; 644 reshares; 2,824 +1s)Open 

We are all the same as human beings, we all want to lead a happy life. We can think of every day as a new day. When we wake up we can remind ourselves - ‘I need to be happy, I need to have warm feelings towards others. This builds self-confidence, honesty, transparency, which leads to trust. And trust is the basis of friendship. We are social animals and we need friends. This is a source of happiness I wish to share.

We are all the same as human beings, we all want to lead a happy life. We can think of every day as a new day. When we wake up we can remind ourselves - ‘I need to be happy, I need to have warm feelings towards others. This builds self-confidence, honesty, transparency, which leads to trust. And trust is the basis of friendship. We are social animals and we need friends. This is a source of happiness I wish to share.___

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2015-07-08 09:49:48 (118 comments; 146 reshares; 2,440 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama greeting a staff member at the University of California Irvine's Bren Center before the final session of the Global Compassion Summit in Irvine, California, USA on July 7, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama greeting a staff member at the University of California Irvine's Bren Center before the final session of the Global Compassion Summit in Irvine, California, USA on July 7, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)___

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2015-07-06 09:31:14 (422 comments; 412 reshares; 4,083 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama blowing out the candles of a cake presented in honor of his 80th birthday (July 6th) during a program with the mayors of Westminster and Garden Grove, California, proclaiming them Cities of Compassion during the first day of the three day Global Compassion Summit in Anaheim, California, USA on July 5, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama blowing out the candles of a cake presented in honor of his 80th birthday (July 6th) during a program with the mayors of Westminster and Garden Grove, California, proclaiming them Cities of Compassion during the first day of the three day Global Compassion Summit in Anaheim, California, USA on July 5, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)___

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2015-07-05 09:30:26 (150 comments; 273 reshares; 3,226 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama exchanging farewells with Actor Forest Whitaker at the end of his talk on "Wisdom, Love & Compassion" at the Peak Mind Summit at Rancho Las Lomas in Silverado, California, USA on July 4, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama exchanging farewells with Actor Forest Whitaker at the end of his talk on "Wisdom, Love & Compassion" at the Peak Mind Summit at Rancho Las Lomas in Silverado, California, USA on July 4, 2015. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)___

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2015-07-02 09:30:13 (317 comments; 300 reshares; 3,530 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama laughing after blowing out the candles on a cake presented by President and Mrs. Bush in honor of his upcoming 80th birthday during a luncheon at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas, USA on July 1, 2015. (Bush Center photo)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama laughing after blowing out the candles on a cake presented by President and Mrs. Bush in honor of his upcoming 80th birthday during a luncheon at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas, USA on July 1, 2015. (Bush Center photo)___

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2015-06-29 09:30:15 (232 comments; 288 reshares; 3,476 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama waving to the crowd of over 120,000 at the Glastonbury Festival's Pyramid Stage in Glastonbury, Somerset, UK on June 28, 2015. (Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama waving to the crowd of over 120,000 at the Glastonbury Festival's Pyramid Stage in Glastonbury, Somerset, UK on June 28, 2015. (Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL)___

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2015-06-27 09:30:44 (240 comments; 364 reshares; 3,287 +1s)Open 

Released to mark His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 80th birthday, "A Force For Good: The Dalai Lama's Vision for Our World" reveals his fresh, radically different perspective on creating a better future; a vision that can be assimilated by each and every one of us on the basis of our common humanity.

Released to mark His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 80th birthday, "A Force For Good: The Dalai Lama's Vision for Our World" reveals his fresh, radically different perspective on creating a better future; a vision that can be assimilated by each and every one of us on the basis of our common humanity.___

2015-06-17 10:30:49 (261 comments; 471 reshares; 2,788 +1s)Open 

It is important to teach schoolchildren that violence is a fruitless approach to solving problems. The use of violence and force inevitably entails unanticipated consequences and rarely any solution. It would be much better if children grew up accustomed to the idea that the proper way to resolve problems is through dialogue, through reaching a mutually agreeable solution.

It is important to teach schoolchildren that violence is a fruitless approach to solving problems. The use of violence and force inevitably entails unanticipated consequences and rarely any solution. It would be much better if children grew up accustomed to the idea that the proper way to resolve problems is through dialogue, through reaching a mutually agreeable solution.___

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2015-06-14 10:31:35 (243 comments; 301 reshares; 4,309 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama and his hosts, members of the Mutitjulu community, returning from their walk through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia on June 13, 2015. (Photo by Rusty Stewart)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama and his hosts, members of the Mutitjulu community, returning from their walk through Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia on June 13, 2015. (Photo by Rusty Stewart)___

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2015-06-12 10:31:01 (218 comments; 271 reshares; 3,267 +1s)Open 

Archbishop of Brisbane the Most Reverend Mark Coleridge and Mr Ranjit Singh from the Sikh tradition look on as His Holiness the Dalai Lama greets Associate Professor Mahamad Abdalla, Imam at Kuraby Mosque, before the start of a multi-faith gathering at the Cathedral of St Stephen in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on June 11, 2015. (Photo by Rusty Stewart)

Archbishop of Brisbane the Most Reverend Mark Coleridge and Mr Ranjit Singh from the Sikh tradition look on as His Holiness the Dalai Lama greets Associate Professor Mahamad Abdalla, Imam at Kuraby Mosque, before the start of a multi-faith gathering at the Cathedral of St Stephen in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on June 11, 2015. (Photo by Rusty Stewart)___

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2015-06-11 10:42:11 (161 comments; 231 reshares; 3,505 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama looking out over Sydney Harbor from a window at Luna Park before participating in a conference on "Happiness & It's Causes" in Sydney, Australia on June 10, 2015. (Photo by Rusty Stewart)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama looking out over Sydney Harbor from a window at Luna Park before participating in a conference on "Happiness & It's Causes" in Sydney, Australia on June 10, 2015. (Photo by Rusty Stewart)___

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2015-06-10 10:32:32 (178 comments; 245 reshares; 3,870 +1s)Open 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama taking part in a selfie with a member of the public in the lobby of his hotel on the the last day of a five day visit to Leura, Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia on June 9, 2015. (Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama taking part in a selfie with a member of the public in the lobby of his hotel on the the last day of a five day visit to Leura, Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia on June 9, 2015. (Photo by Jeremy Russell/OHHDL)___

2015-06-08 10:31:25 (203 comments; 542 reshares; 2,757 +1s)Open 

In our modern society everything seems geared to material development, even our systems of education. As a result we no longer pay sufficient attention to our inner values, which leads to mental unrest. In order to address this imbalance we need to pay more attention to our minds.

In our modern society everything seems geared to material development, even our systems of education. As a result we no longer pay sufficient attention to our inner values, which leads to mental unrest. In order to address this imbalance we need to pay more attention to our minds.___

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2015-06-06 10:31:50 (188 comments; 331 reshares; 3,401 +1s)Open 

There will be live webcasts of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teachings and talks from Australia on June 8-14, 2015.

Times are in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST - GMT+10.00) and Australian Western Standard Time (AWST = GMT+8.00)

June 8th - Public Talk
His Holiness will give a talk on "The Wisdom of Forgiveness" at the Katoomba Public School in Leura, Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia. Live broadcast can be viewed at http://dalaila.ma/1H70QBG
Time: 1:00pm – 3:00pm AEST

June 11th - Multi-Faith Prayers for World Peace
His Holiness will participate in a Multi-Faith event at the Cathedral of St. Stephens in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The live webcast can be viewed at http://archbne.org/bzw
Time: 2:45pm – 3:45pm AEST

June 11th-12th - Buddhist Teaching
His Holiness will teach on Nagarjuna's "PreciousGar... more »

There will be live webcasts of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's teachings and talks from Australia on June 8-14, 2015.

Times are in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST - GMT+10.00) and Australian Western Standard Time (AWST = GMT+8.00)

June 8th - Public Talk
His Holiness will give a talk on "The Wisdom of Forgiveness" at the Katoomba Public School in Leura, Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia. Live broadcast can be viewed at http://dalaila.ma/1H70QBG
Time: 1:00pm – 3:00pm AEST

June 11th - Multi-Faith Prayers for World Peace
His Holiness will participate in a Multi-Faith event at the Cathedral of St. Stephens in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The live webcast can be viewed at http://archbne.org/bzw
Time: 2:45pm – 3:45pm AEST

June 11th-12th - Buddhist Teaching
His Holiness will teach on Nagarjuna's "Precious Garland" at the Brisbane Convention Center in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Live broadcast can be viewed at http://dalaila.ma/1H70QBG
Times:
June 11th: 9:00am – 11:00am & 12:30pm -2:30pm AEST
June 12th: 9:00am – 11:00am AEST

June 12th - Public Talk
His Holiness will give a public talk on "The Wisdom of Compassion at the Riverstage in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Live broadcast can be viewed at http://dalaila.ma/1H70QBG
Time: 12:30pm - 2:30pm AEST

June 14th - Public Talk
His Holiness will give a public talk on "The Wisdom of Giving & Receiving" at the Perth Arena in Perth, WA, Australia. Live broadcast can be viewed at http://dalaila.ma/1H70QBG
Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm AWST

For times in your area 1:00pm AEST on May 8th in Brisbane, Australia, is the same as 8:30am IST on May 8th in New Delhi, India: 4:00am BST on May 8th in London, England; and 8:00pm PDT on May 7th in Los Angeles, California, USA. Other times can be found using Time Zone Converter (http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html)

Photo of His Holiness the Dalai Lama wearing a classic Australian hat presented to him during his visit to Adelaide, Australia on June 21, 2013. (Photo by Rusty Stewart)___

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