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Darwin and the Dalai Lama, United by Compassion

June 2010 | TRT 8:08

Paul Ekman reveals the link between Darwin’s and the Dalai Lama’s views on compassion.

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Paul .. that’s wonderful ..
thanx alot

asalah | 10:19 pm, September 24, 2011 | Link

 

Becky ~ I see we’re very much in the same place. The words evoke something to be sure, but just how to put it into words is hard. I love the idea of a place where pepole are simply kind to one another. You would hope that would be easy. But since we all do have karmic entanglements :( how can we create a community, a culture if you will, that helps us act in a new way?You keep thinking and I will, too. <3 MahalaTwitter:

Maria | 2:15 am, July 23, 2012 | Link

 

thanks very gooood in news foldr

لمسة حب | 4:38 pm, July 23, 2012 | Link

 
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