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Dalai Lama (Buddhism)

Syllabus of the Sub-subject: His Holiness the Dalai Lama (Tibetan Buddhism).

  1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of the Tibetan Buddhism
  2. Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the Dalai Lama
  3. Vision of the Non-Violence (Ahimsa) of the Dalai Lama
The Sub-subject “Dalai Lama (Buddhism)” is part of the following programs:
  1. Doctorates: Religion and Business, Asia
  2. Master (e-learning): Asia

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Sample of the Sub-subject: His Holiness the Dalai Lama (Tibetan Buddhism) Nobel Peace Prize
Dalai Lama (Tibetan Buddhism)

Description of the Sub-Subject: His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Tenzin Gyatso (1935) is the spiritual leader of the Tibetan Buddhism (Buddhist Civilisation); he was proclaimed the XIV Dalai Lama at the age of five years. In 1989; he received the Nobel Peace Prize.

Under the vision of non-violence (Ahimsa) he is vegetarian. He has written over a hundred books.

Ahimsa Business (Non-Violence) Harmony of Religions

The Tibetan Buddhists belongs to the Mahayana family; they associate the Dalai Lama to a Bodhisattva of compassion or Avalokiteshvara (one who renounces personal salvation to save humanity).

In 1989, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for “his consistent resistance to the use of violence in his people's struggle to regain freedom.”

Violence can only breed more violence and suffering.”

“I believe the Nobel Prize is a recognition of the true value of altruism, love, compassion and non-violence, which I try to practice, in accordance with the teachings of the Buddha.

“I accept it as a tribute to the man who founded the modern tradition of non-violent action for change Mahatma Gandhi whose life taught and inspired me” Dalai Lama.

In 2011, His Holiness the Dalai Lama renounced any political office of the Tibetan Government in exile, to continue only a spiritual and religious leader.

The fifteenth Dalai Lama and the Archbishop Desmond Tutu met in Canada.

Religions and business - Buddhist ethics

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