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Religious discourse by Dalai Lama begins at Dharamsala

October 6, 2010

Sify (India)
October 4, 2010
Dharamsala -- Hundreds of Taiwanese gathered here
to listen to a religious discourse by Tibetan
spiritual and temporal head Dalai Lama as the
four-day session started at Mcleod Ganj, seat of
government-in-exile, near here on Monday.

The programme is being held at the main Tibetan
Temple (the Tsuglagkhang), adjacent to Dalai Lama's official residence.

Besides Taiwanese, many Europeans, Americans and
thousands of Tibetans, Buddhist monks and nuns
were attending the teaching sessions, organised
at the request of a group of Taiwanese nationals.

"If we are to protect this home of ours, each of
us needs to feel a vivid sense of universal
altruism. It is only this feeling that can remove
self-centered motives that cause people to
deceive and misuse one another. If you have a
sincere and open heart, you naturally feel
self-worth and confidence, and there is no need
to be fearful of others," the Dalai Lama said at
the start of the marathon sessions.
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