Dalai Lama Post #7

Shared publicly  -  Jan 13, 2014


I consider non-violence to be compassion in action. It doesn’t mean weakness, cowering in fear, or simply doing nothing. It is to act without violence, motivated by compassion, recognising the rights of others.

+Dalai Lama's sincerity is absolutely nothing but what is the truth. Brilliant right? 

Non-violence is what I find more looked down upon these days. Why should you keep a heated head and increase ill health, when you can keep a calm head and thrive on better health? Everyone supposes that non-violence is being afraid, when in pure reality it is never so, instead you are brave. 
How are you brave you might ask? Being non-violent means you can hold compassion and set aside the hatred and anger, which by my Dalai Lama Post #3: http://candidnation.blogspot.com/2014/01/dalai-lama-post-3.html is hard to control yet prosperous in results. 
Some of my readers have questioned why His Holiness is non-violent. My simple answer is that he only includes war in the most absolute cases, which is diplomatic to do. Then my dear readers follow up by asking if this is cowardliness, and I respond with an absolute no. How can solving things in the most mature manner ever be cowardly?
When His Holiness mentions recognizing the rights of others, he means that you have to solve things first by understanding the problem of other people. In this way you will not jump to conclusions, be diplomatic, and at the same time be a great listener. 

Overall, violence is never the answer and take my word, such kind of stability will never let you down. 


Dalai Lama Post #7 Reviewed by Lyfé Wisdom on 12:34:00 AM Rating: 5
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