With a tradition of 1000 years of non-violence, India could ensure world peace by stimulating the ancient knowledge: Dalai Lama
Source :NewsBharati   Date :18-Oct-2017

Imphal, October 18: Well-known Tibetian spiritual leader Dalai Lama touched Manipur on Tuesday who is on his three-day visit spoke on various aspects of terrorism and peace. "India, which has a tradition of 1,000 years of non-violence, could ensure world peace by revitalizing the ancient knowledge,” said Dalai Lama while addressing a public reception. 

Speaking of terrorism, Dalai Lama continued further saying that once the people adopt ‘terrorism’, they don’t have their own religion. Also signifying the importance ‘Peace’ he further said that India with her ancient knowledge and education could ensure world peace.

There are no Muslim or Christian terrorists because terrorists are no more religious once they embrace terror, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said on Wednesday.

A strong votary of non-violence, the Nobel Prize Dali Lama winner said violence does not solve any problem. "India, which has a tradition of 1,000 years of non-violence, could ensure world peace by reviving the ancient knowledge."

According to him, almost all the problems people face today were "our own creation". He underlined the need to control emotions. Anger weakens people's immune system and as such was bad for health, he warned.

"Out of seven billion people on earth, six billion are children of god while one billion are non-believers." Problems around the world can be solved through dialogue, said the Dalai Lama, who has lived in India since fleeing his homeland in 1959 and who is hated by the Chinese Communist regime.

The spiritual leader said that the widening gap between the rich and poor was morally wrong. "This gap is visible in India and Manipur also." For the first time, Dalai Lama visited Manipur. Prior to this, Dalai Lama gave a visit to Arunachal Pradesh.