Dharamshala: Tibetan spiritual leader and Nobel peace laureate The Dalai Lama on Sunday made a call the world to unite at this time of Corona crises. He noted that all governments globally were facing economic disruption and the safety of the public health was paramount. He said that by coming together in a global response the world could face challenge of unprecedented magnitude.
“In this time of crisis, we face threats to our health and sadness for the family and friends we have lost. Economic disruption is posing a major challenge to governments and undermining the ability of so many people to make a living.
It is during times like this that we must focus on what unites us as members of one human family. Accordingly, we need to reach out to each other with compassion. As human beings, we are all the same. We experience the same fears, the same hopes, the same uncertainties, yet we are also united by a desire for happiness. Our human capacity to reason and to see things realistically and clearly give us the ability to transform hardship into opportunity.
This crisis and its consequences serve as a warning that only by coming together in a coordinated, global response, will we meet the unprecedented magnitude of the challenges we face. I pray we all heed ‘The Call to Unite’.” Dalai Lama