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  • Wilmington Zen

"It is very important to recognize the basic nature of humanity and the value of our human qualities. Whether we’re educated or uneducated, rich or poor, belonging to this nation or that nation, this religion or that religion, this ideology or that ideology, the difference is secondary and doesn't matter. When we return to our basic humanity, all people are the same. Then we can truly say the words brother, sister; they are not just nice words—they have some meaning. That kind of motivation automatically builds the practice of kindness. It gives us inner strength."

HH Dalai Lama


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