• I learned to gain my happiness reducing my desires.
  • Mere learning is of no avail without actual practice. The learned man who does not practice is like a colorful flower without scent.
  • Do not cultivate any non virtuous action - cultivate only perfect virtuous action. Subdue your own mind: this is the teaching of Lord Buddha.
  • Science without religion is blind. Religion without science is lame.
  • Letting go of desire is gaining the real happiness and satisfaction in our daily life.
  • Why be unhappy about something. If it can be remedied, And what is the use of being unhappy about something, If it cannot be remedied.
  • My religious is Love and Compassion. H.H. 14th DHL
  • I have learned to seek my happiness by limiting my desires, rather than attempting to satisfy them.
  • Mere learning is of no avail without actual practice. The learned man who does not practice, is like a colorful flower without scent.
  • Do not cultivate any non virtuous action, cultivate only perfect virtuous action. Subdue your own mind: this is the teaching of Lord Buddha.

DEEPEST SYMPATHIES AND PRAYERS FOR OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN NEPAL

On behalf of all members and staff of the International Buddhist Confederation, I offer my deepest sympathies to our brothers and sisters in Nepal and all the Nepalese diaspora for the terrible tragedy that has struck their homeland.

Thousands of innocent lives have been lost, and tens of thousands of our brethren have been rendered homeless. Numerous structures that were a symbol of our shared spiritual and cultural heritage have been reduced to rubble by the powerful tremors.

In this hour of need the International Buddhist Confederation offers all its prayers, and appeals to the compassion of all members of the Sangha to pray and contribute for the relief and succour of all our brothers and sisters who have suffered this cataclysmic tragedy.

With the most heartfelt and fervent prayers in the Dhamma

Ven. Lama Lobzang

Secretary General 

Prayers and Sympathies.pdf