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« on: Sep 23, 2016 05:22 pm »

When the Dalai Lama makes fun of someone, you know it's bad. lol.





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« Reply #2 on: Sep 23, 2016 07:32 pm »

but the dalai lama is making a joke, he has a playful nature. he even pokes fun at other monks. as far as his opinion on the man, he simply said "i don't know."

" I had read before about the Dalai Lama’s sense of humor, which is surely the mark of a spiritually advanced soul. I was totally charmed by it in person. Within two minutes of beginning his speech he had the crowd laughing as he made gentle fun of the nervousness of the monk who had introduced him. His deep, infectious laugh put people at ease and invited them to share in his pleasure. He was also self-effacing in a way that seemed utterly genuine. At one point, for example, he said, “I am a Buddhist–but perhaps you already know that.” "
http://www.spiritualtravels.info/articles-2/north-america/whats-it-like-to-see-the-dalai-lama-in-person/

"BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - The Dalai Lama has a great sense of humor and a loud chuckle that makes you want to laugh with him.


He said some funny things over the weekend while he was in Birmingham, not always intentionally. Here are five of his funniest moments:"
http://www.al.com/living/index.ssf/2014/10/the_5_funniest_things_the_dala.html

"....People who ask long, rambling "questions" don't really stop. They sort of subside, as the surf does now and then. This young man finally subsided, saying, "So, how should we raise our children?"

After a moment, the Dalai Lama spoke: "Tee-hee-hee!", he giggled. "How should I know? I MONK!" End of answer!

The man has a great sense of humor, and a fabulous giggle to boot. I could never trust the wisdom of anyone who's devoid of that quality!"
http://www.onbeing.org/blog/wisdom-and-a-sense-of-humor/7352
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