Posts Tagged ‘Dalai’
WIKILEAKS: Dalai Lama's visit worried Ma: cable
… administration was concerned about the impact of a visit by the Dalai Lama in 2009 on its plans to begin negotiations with China on the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) later the same year, a US cable released by WikiLeaks showed. …
As we move beyond 2012 this is a message of the future and of hope that we should all share in our hearts and with each other, now more than ever.
Join the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet at New York City’s Cathedral of St. John the Divine, for an extraordinary live presentation as the Dalai Lama offers a far-reaching vision of the universal harmony that awaits in the celebration of diversity. In an amazing message of compassion and wisdom, the Dalai Lama speaks of personal and universal themes.
Our future is dependent on our ability to build relationships and communities that bind us to common aspirations. Our world is, in his words, a human garden,beautiful because many different flowers grow in it. To help it grow, the Dalai Lama urges us to foster caring and respect for the many spiritual and cultural traditions in our world.
Only by nurturing and teaching our children and each other, and protecting the world we share, will we move from a century of violence to a new century of dialog in which individual efforts create a mass movement toward a world of lasting peace and freedom.
John Edward Mack, MD (October 4, 1929September 27, 2004) was an American psychiatrist, writer, and professor at Harvard Medical School. He was a Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer, and a leading authority on the spiritual or transformational effects of alleged alien abduction experiences. Abduction phenomenon This theme was taken to a controversial extreme in the early 1990s when Mack commenced his decade-plus study of 200 men and women who reported recurrent alien encounter experiences. Such encounters had been reported since at least the 1950s (the account of Antonio Villas Boas), and had seen some limited attention from academic figures (Dr. R. Leo Sprinkle perhaps being the earliest, in the 1960s). Mack, however, remains probably the most esteemed academic to have studied the subject