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Universal Responsibility and the Good Heart
Universal Responsibility and the Good Heart

Universal Responsibility and the Good Heart

by Dalai Lama

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Language

English

Publisher

Library of Tibetan Works & Archives

ISBN

N/A - Year: 1984 - Pages: 164

Binding

Hardcover

Dalai Lama

Author: Dalai Lama
Tenzin Gyatso/
Publisher: Library of Tibetan Works & Archives
Year: 1984
Language: English
Pages: 164
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A

Description

This revised anthology marks a continuing attempt to set forth a wide spectrum of His Holiness’ thoughts and activities from 1963-1984. It attempts to show how His Holiness speaks to the Tibetan people, how he relates to the international non-Buddhist community, as well as his advice to international Buddhists, his views concerning his own political responsibility and the future of Tibet, and his attitudes to the modern world.

This collection has been made not through speculation or journalistic analysis, but purely through the presentation of speeches and articles by, as well as discussions with, His Holiness himself. The reader is left to draw his or her own impressions and interpretations.

Contents

Publisher’s Note

Chapter I
The Buddhist Approach to Knowledge

Chapter II
Universal Responsibility and the Good Heart
Part One: Informal Talks
Part Two: Questions and Answers
Part Three: Kindness – a Simple Religion for Mankind

Chapter III
From a Tibetan Buddhist Perspective
Part One: Traditions of Tibetan Buddhism
Part Two: Happiness, Karma and the Mind
Part Three: Combining the Three Vehicles
Part Four: Between Misery and Joy
Part Five: Sects and Sectarianism
Part Six: The Two Truths
Part Seven: The Three Higher trainings
Part Eight: Love and Compassion
Part Nine: The Bodhimind
Part Ten: Buddhadharma and Society
Part Eleven: Questions and Answers.

CHAPTER IV
Attitudes to Politics and the Modern World
Part One: Dharma and Politics
Part Two: Justice and the Society
Part Three: Realities and misconceptions of the Tibetan issue
Part Four: China and the Future of Tibet
Part Five: Spiritual Contributions to Social Progress
Part Six: Meetings Points of Science and Spirituality
Part Seven: Questions and Answers

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