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So how do you market and sell the Dalai Lama to make a profit?

How do you market compassion, forgiveness and tolerance to make a profit. Is there economy in it?

Business leaders in CANADA and CHINA think the Dalai Lama is bad for business. China thinks he is a terrorist and a threat to their nationalism. What do you think? China does not want CANADA to acknowledge what the Dalai Lama represents otherwise CHINA threatens  the loss of economic partnership with CANADA. Do we need China?

Can you change this?

“Queen’s University is selling its investments in two Chinese oil companies that are doing business in the war-ravaged Darfur region of Sudan.Principal Karen Hitchcock said yesterday the university has directed its fund managers to divest its investment, endowment and pension funds of PetroChina and China Petroleum.” I am proud to see Canadian Students at Queen’s University be the catalyst for this change. They took a stand.

Someone told me a while ago that they were only interested in living an opulent lifestyle at what ever the cost. Is your lifestyle at the cost of the Sudanese, the environment, or…….

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6 Comments

  1. This interaction between China and Canada completely turns my stomach. One of the very few people in the world who continuously works for peace and non-violence, compassion and justice. The greed of the Chinese and Canadians demonstrates they will stop at nothing to fill their own blood soaked pockets. The Dalai Lama is like a beautiful ancient life giving tree, those who cannot stand their own ugliness and hatred feel compelled to destroy anything and everything that holds the promise of compassion and hope. My suggestion to them is go back to your own defiled and repulsive holes and stay there. There is enough horror and inhumanity for us all to recieve many times over.

  2. Just another instance of blind obedience to economic power at the cost of one of the most peaceful men this world has ever seen.

  3. It is disgraceful to see profit motives over peace initiatives in the world of commerce. How greedy and ignorant are these Chinese and Canadian corporations? Seems to me that they are setting up the Dalai Lama and other compassionate beings for potential threat and endangerment. I hope the Christians and others will stand by this great human being and fight bigotry

  4. It is disgraceful to see profit motives over peace initiatives in the world of commerce. How greedy and ignorant are these Chinese and Canadian corporations? Seems to me that they are setting up the Dalai Lama and other compassionate beings for potential threat and endangerment. I hope the Christians and others will stand by this great human being and speak out against bigotry.

  5. forgive them, as the Dalai Lama himself does

  6. Business men also don’t include the cost of nonrenewable resources on their spreadsheets. Of course they don’t think HH Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama is good for business. The short-sighted businessman only thinks that war is good because he makes money. The long-sighted business man knows that money made over generations gains not the windfall of war money, but greater gains overtime.


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