Worlds in Harmony

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“I believe very deeply that compassion is the route not only for the evolution of the full human being, but for the very survival of the human race.” — The Dalai Lama

In Worlds in Harmony, the Dalai Lama explores the nature of suffering and its release through compassionate action. It focuses on the understanding that a deep awareness of our shared desire to avoid pain leads to an awareness of our responsibility to relieve others of suffering.

Worlds in Harmony offers the reader insight into the relation between awareness and right action, and bridges personal consciousness and global concerns. With the knowledge that insight is of no use unless it results in action, the Dalai Lama teaches ways of being, thinking, and acting in the world that are based on equanimity and understanding. This book can be a key guide to the practice of healing and compassionate action in daily life.

  • Genre Spirituality
  • Language English
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 120 pages
  • Release Date 8-Feb-2010
  • ISBN 13 978-81-8495-135-6

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About the Author

The Dalai Lama

HIS HOLINESS, TENZIN GYATSO, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, was recognized as the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet in 1937 at the age of two and was enthroned in 1940 as its spiritual and temporal leader. In the midst of his religious education, China invaded Tibet in 1950, and since 1959 he has lived in Dharamsala, India, where he leads the Tibetan Government-in-exile. A scholar, a man of peace, and a spokesman for better understanding among people and religions, he has received honorary degrees from Benares Hindu University, India; Carroll College, Waukesha; the University of Oriental Studies, Los Angeles; Seattle University, Seattle; and the University of Paris, Nanterre. Among his awards are the Ramon Magsaysay, Manila, the Philippines; Peace Medal, Asian Buddhist Council for Peace, Ulan Bator, Mongolia; the Lincoln Award, Research Institute of America; the Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award, the Human Behavioral Foundation, New York City; the bi-annual award of the Foundation for Freedom and Human Rights, Bern, Switzerland; and the Dr. Leopold Lucas Prize, the University of Tubingen, Germany. A few of his many books are My Land and My People; The Opening of the Wisdom Eye; Buddhism of Tibet and the Key to the Middle Way; Union of Emptiness and Place; and Kindness, Clarity and Insight, along with distinguished writings on Buddhist philosophy.

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