The specific areas of science that I have explored most over the years are subatomic physics, cosmology, and biology, including neuroscience and psychology.

Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama

Profession: Leader
Nationality: Tibetan

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Some scientists believe climate change is the cause of unprecedented melting of the North Pole, and that effects these very uncertain weather patterns. I think we should listen to those scientists and experts.

I find hope in the darkest of days, and focus in the brightest. I do not judge the universe.

The problem is that when we see ourselves only in terms of this or that group, we tend to forget about our wider identity as human beings.

What the Buddha himself considers to be truly wondrous are not the miracles accompanying his conception and birth, but his mindfulness and clear comprehension in the midst of feelings, thoughts, and perceptions.

Developing inner values is much like physical exercise. The more we train our abilities, the stronger they become. The difference is that, unlike the body, when it comes to training the mind, there is no limit to how far we can go.

A good motivation is what is needed: compassion without dogmatism, without complicated philosophy; just understanding that others are human brothers and sisters and respecting their human rights and dignities. That we humans can help each other is one of our unique human capacities.

For each person, there is one single way and one single truth to acquire, but one must still accept the truth of other traditions.

We were wired for this complementarity, this togetherness, this being family. And even if you think it is sentimental, it isn't sentimental. It's for real.

If you don't love yourself, you cannot love others. You will not be able to love others. If you have no compassion for yourself then you are not able of developing compassion for others.

Conversion is not my intention. Changing religion is not easy. You may develop some kind of confusion or difficulties.

Every day, think as you wake up, ‘Today I am fortunate to have woken up, I am alive, I have a precious human life, I am not going to waste it.

It became clear that this man, although supposedly my enemy, was in fact just another human being, an ordinary person like myself.

What we need today is an approach to ethics which makes no recourse to religion and can be equally acceptable to those with faith and those without: a secular ethics.

More compassionate mind, more sense of concern for other's well-being, is source of happiness.