Welcome to the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Forum

Greetings from the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Forum: Faith and Peace Day!

We will be live streaming His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama’s speech at 9:40 am (cst) on the Nobel Peace Prize Forum’s Google Plus page: http://bit.ly/1fybyP7 

Additionally, we will be streaming the following breakout sessions today:

The World’s Flashpoints: Crossing Religious and Ethnic Divides” with Steinar Bryn at 12:00 pm (cst) and “Forgiveness 360: A Multi-Faith Strategy for Peace” with Rev. Dean Seal at 12:00 pm (cst)

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2 Responses to Welcome to the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Forum

  1. Jaclyn Szymanski says:

    Question to His Holiness, the Dalai Lama:

    As an educator, teaching K-12 and hoping to change the education system in America and someday, the world with spiritual, compassionate people and dedicated professionals in all fields you had spoke about, what type(s) of specific role(s) do you see these people educated in such an education system you described, from Kindergarten through university level having in the greater world/societies, as servant leaders of love and compassion?

  2. Jaclyn Szymanski says:

    Question to His Holiness, the Dalai Lama:

    Can you advise parents, teachers, community and faith leaders of all faiths in any specific ways to bringing up children with a bright inner-value and positive self-image, confident in their abilities to positively change our world to a more peaceful, compassionate and loving one, where we embrace and appreciate others’ differences and find our similarities in Oneness, despite the media and society norms and discouraging purpose of life based off of success and gaining of materialistic goods and false sense of true spiritual happiness? What encouragement and advice can you give to the ones most greatly involved in the lives of children to encourage them to act in hope and love in their lives, so that they can change the world by teaching their children to desire to learn about all different faiths, philosophies, and religions, with respect to the secular and non-secular world?

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