Dalai Lama: How to Find Peace While Living in Fear

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Asked about Hong Kong and how people handle living in fear, the Dalai Lama explained how to find peace during an online press conference with the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan in Tokyo.

“Now in modern education, without judging religion, simply for healthy body, with peace of mind for that basis,” he said. “How to reduce anger, anxiety, and how to develop inner peace – and for that warmheartedness is the key thing.”

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