1. "Live and let live."
2. "Be giving of yourself to others."
3. "Proceed calmly" in life.
4. Have "a healthy sense of leisure."
5. "Sunday is for family."
6. Be "creative" with young people and find innovative ways to create dignified jobs.
7. Respect and take care of nature.
8. Stop being negative. "Letting go of negative things quickly is healthy," he said.
9. "The worst thing of all is religious proselytism, which paralyzes."
10. Work for peace. "We are living in a time of many wars," he said. "The call for peace must be shouted."
I like this guy. #9 is important.
Aside from proceeding calmly in life, which I still work on minute by minute, I'm as Catholic as the Pope. Who knew?!?!
Well, You don’t a-like a my life, SCREW OFF,
Just kidding rad, LO
"Live and let live." "Be giving of yourself to others." Respect and take care of nature. Stop being negative. "Letting go of negative things quickly is healthy. Be "creative" with young people and find innovative ways to create dignified jobs.
The rest, not as strong.
He applied for the position, but he's been educated in the wrong faith.
Really, what has the Dalai Lama done for you lately?
I simply find his points on life more profound. It isn't anything against Catholicism so settle down there, rad man.
As you may know the previous Popes have not exactly gotten my endorsement. This one I'm keeping an eye on. I do believe the Popes to be powerless to effect any real change, but this one is at the very least a step in the right direction.
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