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09 January 2011

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Gillian

What a wise man he is, love the quote. You bring such lovely thought provoking messages lately, so much food for thought here.

Stephanie

I love these words...

x..x and peace
steph

JanePoet ~ Deborah

Beautiful photo.
Wonderful quote.

What the world needs now is love, sweet love. And yes, compassion too.

xx,
deb

Alexandra

What an incredible photo. I'm not sure any lessons from this tragedy will actually be implemented. Sad but true.

Gemma @ Greyscale

A very moving photo! All those candles softling blowing in the wind symbolise a sense of inner strength!

Mary H.

Wise words from a wise man shared with all by a wise woman.

digital flower

I feel more peaceful after staring at your picture.

Marilyn Miller

Thanks for the quote and beautiful picture. How sad our world has come to when people know no other way but to kill.

Anyes

Cultivating love and compassion for a lifetime, really something worth strive for! Thank you for these dancing flames photograph, Tara.

Tracy

If neuroplasticity is factual, then what the Dalai Lama said is true, but I think it's hard to see sometimes because we still haven't reached critical mass in human evolution. As a species we still don't believe this is a viable basis for all our choices
If you've experienced it once in your life, and I suspect everyone has at least once, then it can be repeated infinitely.
Again, Tara, well done.

Helen

On my blog, I have made a statement as well. I sincerely hope the above is true but it seems to be the opposite sometimes...

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