yup, using some common sense and science invest in good public schools, 
democratic socialism, and quiet time meditation.  It is about community 
development, public education and good leadership in good values.  The Dalai 
Lama makes a good observation.   

 “We need a systematic approach to foster humanistic values, of oneness and 
harmony. If we start doing it now, there is hope that this century will be 
different from the previous one. It is in everybody’s interest. So let us work 
for peace within our families and society, and not expect help from God, Buddha 
or the governments.”
 He also echoed an inclusive sentiment the world undoubtedly needs to hear, 
saying “the problems that we are facing today are the result of superficial 
differences over religious faiths and nationalities. We are one people.”


---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <jr_...@yahoo.com> wrote :


 The Dalai Lama's words are noble and wise when you're dealing with people of 
reason and conscience.   But when you're dealing with terrorists who are 
blinded with hate and ideology, the ideals for peace and harmony are not 

 The Bhagavad Gita states that we remain in yoga and perform actions.  The 
proper and right action is to stop these terrorists from killing others.  If 
they don't stop, they must be killed to prevent the massacre of innocent lives. 

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