TROUBLE IN TIBET – IMPORTANCE OF TIBETAN WELL-BEING
I am asking for a Discussion About Importance of Tibetan Well-Being for there is ‘Trouble in Tibet’. The ‘TROUBLE’ originates from Red China – Evil One. Her use of deception, craftiness, cunning, deceitful and wicked practices are ruining lives of innocent Tibetans without reason. Red China’s military occupation is detrimental to Tibetan Well-Being. Red China is Evil-Minded, and Evil-Hearted because of her malicious nature and she does Evil habitually. Is it possible to take ‘Evil’ out of Evil-Minded Red China???
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DALAI LAMA AND OTHER LEADERS IN LIVESTREAM DISCUSSION ABOUT IMPORTANCE OF WELL-BEING
Posted by AMY BUCCI of NG Staff on March 8, 2016
How might the world look 15 years from now if we choose well-being today? While economic prosperity has generally increased, why haven’t happiness and well-being?
How can we decrease the costs related to depression and stress-related disorders that are projected to double to U.S. $6 trillion by 2030? How can we learn to be happy, to be kind, and to be grateful?
Along with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin is gathering world leaders in science, health care and media to alter humanity’s course by sharing how we can cultivate well-being in ourselves, our communities and the world.
You’re invited to “The World We Make” live-stream event on Wednesday, March 9 at 1:30 p.m. CST with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The live-stream is brought to you by the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the National Geographic Society and the Mind & Life Institute.
The event will be moderated by ABC News correspondent Dan Harris.
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