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Students and staff members of St. Xavier's College in Mumbai, greet His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet on January 23, 2012, fulfilling a long standing invitation. Speaking to a large number of students, the 77-year old Nobel Peace laureate appealed, “Young people, those of us here today who are over 50 or 60 years old belong to the twentieth century a time that his gone, that we cannot change. It’s a memory that at best we can learn from. I believe that those of you who belong to the twenty-first century must cultivate a vision that this can be century of compassion, an era in which man made problems are reduce and peace prospers. You are the ones who can act and bring about change; those of us belonging to my generation will remain only as observers of how you get on. The future is in your hands.”(Photo/OHHDL/Jeremy Russell)
Students and staff members of St. Xavier's College in Mumbai, greet His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibet on January 23, 2012, fulfilling a long standing invitation. Speaking to a large number of students, the 77-year old Nobel Peace laureate appealed, “Young people, those of us here today who are over 50 or 60 years old belong to the twentieth century a time that his gone, that we cannot change. It’s a memory that at best we can learn from. I believe that those of you who belong to the twenty-first century must cultivate a vision that this can be century of compassion, an era in which man made problems are reduce and peace prospers. You are the ones who can act and bring about change; those of us belonging to my generation will remain only as observers of how you get on. The future is in your hands.”(Photo/OHHDL/Jeremy Russell)
[Thursday, January 24, 2013, OHHDL]
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