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  • Essay On Dalai Lama

    Nonviolence is a biggest weapon in the world, one can use it to make a big change. Dalai lama is one of the most famous leader who use nonviolence against China for making Tibet free. Dalai Lama, is a title given to spiritual leaders of the Tibetan people. They are monks of the Gelug or Yellow Ha school of Tibetan Buddhism, the newest of the schools of Tibetan Buddhism founded by Je Tsongkhapa. The Dalai Lama title was created by Altan Khan, the Prince of Shunyi granted by Ming Dynasty, in 1578. Dalai lama transformed the world because he started the Tibetan independence movement, gained global attention and exposed the Chinese government. During the struggle of Dalai lama and Tibetans, they gain the world’s attention. “Tibet Independence”.…

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  • Genetic Engineering In The Dalai Lama

    Genetic Engineering is the modification of an organism 's genetic composition by artificial means, often involving the transfer of specific traits, or genes, from one organism into a plant or animal of an entirely different species. With this new, rapidly growing, technology we are now able to do things that we once thought were impossible. In Ethics and the New Genetics, the Dalai Lama addresses problems that we need to consider as we continue to explore this microscopic world that we have…

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  • Dalai Lama The Ethics Of Compassion

    In “The Ethics of Compassion”, The Dalai Lama explains how we should strive for fulfillment of having compassion towards everyone and not just the people closest to us. The Dalai Lama himself has not accomplished such a task, “Most people, including myself, must struggle even to reach the point where putting others’ interests on a par with our own becomes easy” (Dalai Lama). It takes time to be able to have compassion towards people you don’t even know, but it must be understood that everyone…

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  • Dalai Lama The Impact Of Buddhism On Society

    the ‘Dalai Lama’ the manifestation of the Bodhisattva of Compassion a central figure who has made social, cultural and scriptual impacts in the Buddhist society. In the same way a crucial aspect of Buddhism is the understandings towards its stance on ethical teachings and the personal responsibility…

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  • Dalai Lama Holiness

    His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama remains unanswered and left with many questions. In the institution of the Dalai Lama, the succession of the Dalai Lama can be done through upholding the Buddhist tradition in Tibet, which evolved into the unique Tibetan tradition of recognizing the reincarnation of the scholar adepts who could serve both the Dharma and sentient beings in a major way. The main purpose of the reincarnation is to continue the predecessor’s unfinished work to serve the Dharma and…

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  • Analysis Of The Great Dalai Lama

    I can say that this paper have been the best topic I have ever written about, next to the papers on Jesus Christ. I say this because even my grandchildren got all excited when I told them I was writing about The Great Dalai Lama. To learn about someone who lives in our time, who have fought so hard to bring about a better world of peace and justice it is wonderful to be able to write about such a great person. The Dalia Lama is referred to as “His Holiness” because he is the spiritual head of…

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  • Vatican And Dalai Lama Analysis

    soldiers killed and wounded [1]. It was the first time in the Modern Era where civilians became the major target for military action, resulting to the devastating casualty ratio. Indeed, other wars have seen significant civilian deaths, especially the First World War and the Mexican-American War, but most of those deaths were indirectly from diseases and starvation as a result of foreign exposures and blockades. Despite the establishment of the United Nations, the Cold War has morally placed us…

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  • The Dalai Lama

    (First Semester 2014-15) Branch: Jordan Program: English Language and Literature Course Title: Arts of Past and Present Course Code: AA100A Student Name: Nour Nadim Ayi Section Number: 1 Student ID: 2130520 Tutor Name: Dr. Ola Kittaneh The Dalai Lama Essay There are a lot of different religious and believes in this world. Today in this essay we will discuss in specific the Buddhism religion and more specific about a Tibetan Buddhist monk “The Dalai Lama”. During this essay we will talk…

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  • Dalai Lama

    Q1: According to the Dalai Lama what is the ultimate source of happiness? (materialism or warm heartedness) A: Dalia Lama, reiterates many times that the ultimate source of happiness is the appreciation of time and making the most use of it. By stating that, he is making a conscious effort to realize that everyday alive is a gift. He believes that the purpose of life needs to be positive without causing harm to others. Ultimately, he expresses that as a human race, we need to develop basic human…

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  • Dalai Lama And Pluralism

    theology of Christianity in today’s history (Hick).Through his pluralistic hypothesis, he describes and analyses different religious fields of the perspectives of Dalai Lama. Dalai Lama is the 14th head of monk of Tibetan Buddhism (Compson).Traditionally it has been argued that he has had several perspectives on religion as shown by John Hick. John Hick has addressed religious pluralism, religious skepticism in addition to soteriological inclusivism as part of the religious viewpoints as…

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