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Imagine All the People: A Conversation with the Dalai Lama on Money, Politics, and Life As It Could Be

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Fabien Ouaki was granted the opportunity to sit down with the Dalai Lama and talk with him about anything, and asked the Dalai Lama for his thoughts on the everyday issues that fill our news, Trade Papers, and our lives. Imagine All the People is the record of these varied and remarkable conversations. Covered are a wide spectrum of topics — political, social, personal and...more
Paperback, 180 pages
Published July 1st 2001 by Wisdom Publications (first published January 1st 1999)
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David C. Mueller
This is a good book for folks wanting to get a good overview of the Dalai Lama's views on issues of modern life. You will find where your perspective converge with the author's and where they diverge. The author shows how how his views are derived in large part from the Tibetan Buddhist concept that he is intimately familiar with. His answers clearly demonstrate his position as the political as well as spiritual leader of the Tibetan people. Included with the book is the Dalai Lama's statement,...more
I really enjoyed hearing straight from the Dalai Lama's mouth on all these issues.

My only complaint would be the bias of the interviewer in the way certain issues were addressed (or not), and the selection of follow up questions.
Good to know the mindset and attitudes about world issues from the head of a Buddhist branch.
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