Human beings by nature want happiness and do not want suffering. With that feeling everyone tries to achieve happiness and tries to get rid of suffering, and everyone has the basic right to do this. In this way, all here are the same, whether rich or poor, educated or uneducated, Easterner or Westerner, believer or non-believer, and within believers whether Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and so on. Basically, from the viewpoint of real human value we are all the same. ~ Tenzin Gyatso, 14th Dalai Lama
- How does this quote foster inclusive and not exclusive thinking?
- What common aspirations do all of humankind have?
- How does this quote motivate people to seek a common secular ethics?
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