15. Comparison of the Constitutional Standard with Buddhism—Tibetan Buddhism (500 million followers) as a luminous tool for continuous development

(1) Comparison of the Constitutional Standard with the Tripitaka as a luminous tool for continuous development (Omitted)

(2) Comparison of the Constitutional Standard with Gazette and Tibetan Buddhist Venerable Dalai Lama and other luminous tools for world peace

CS Date Main article
§1-§28 Sep. 22, 2022 Dialogue with United States Institute of Peace Youth Leaders: We have to make an effort to create a more peaceful world and a happier humanity. Freedom is important in our lives. From this point of view totalitarian systems are wholly unfavourable.
§1-§28 Aug. 13, 2022 Meeting the Padum Muslim Community and Talking to Students: We have a collective responsibility to create conditions that are conducive to peace in the world. Since conflict cannot be settled by force, our target should be a demilitarized world. Good health and a peaceful state of mind are founded on love and compassion.
§1-§28 Jul. 28, 2021 Creating a Happier World: cultivating peace, trying to educate others to appreciate that humanity is one family. To trust and mutual respect to gain happier, kinder, together.
§1-§28 Oct. 15, 2020 Working Together for a Peaceful World: Where there is righteousness in the heart, there is beauty in the character. When there is beauty in the character, there is harmony in the home. When there is harmony in the home, there is order in the nation. When there is order in the nation, there is peace in the world
§1-§28 Jun. 7, 2020 Dialogue with Young People from Southeast Asia: First among several of my commitments is to encourage other people to appreciate that it is part of our nature to be altruistic, to be concerned about others.Secondly, I’m committed to promoting inter-religious harmony. Thirdly, I’m a Tibetan, someone in whom the Tibetan people place their hope and trust. With regard to Tibet, one of my main concerns is the preservation of the Tibetan language. I’m also concerned about Tibet’s natural environment. He also took time to praise India’s ancient traditions of ahimsa and karuna. He stressed the crucial role non-violence can play in today’s world.
§1-§28 Nov. 13, 2019 5th Samdhong Rinpoche, Former Tibetan Parliament Speaker, Former Prime Minister, and Tibetan Constitution drafter) teaching PPP: “A Better Me, A Better We and A Better World”.
§1-§28 Jun. 17, 2017 Tenzin Gyatso, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama to Speak at UC San Diego Commencement: Human beings are social animals and heavily interdependent. Climate change threatens us all. A more peaceful world and a more peaceful century require that we rely not on weapons but on developing a widespread inner peace.
§1-§28 Oct. 15, 2016 The Global Community: It is the best foundation for world peace, the equitable use of natural resources, and through concern for future generations, the proper care of the environment, One Human Family, Universal Responsibility, Nonviolence and International Order
§1-§28 Oct. 13, 2016 Disarmament for World Peace: the very process of dialogue, modernization and compromise involved in building a community of Asian states would. The critical point is that we find a peaceful, nonviolent way for the forces of freedom, democracy and moderation to emerge successfully from the current atmosphere of unjust repression.
§1-§28 Jun. 13, 2016 The Dalai Lama: Why I’m hopeful about the world’s future: common experience and common sense — a more universal approach to the promotion of our shared human values.
§1-§28 Dec. 5, 2015 The Reality of War: As long as adversaries do not trust each other, any number of factors can upset the balance of power. Lasting peace can assure secured only on the basis of genuine trust.
§1-§28 May. 15, 2014 The Medicine of Altruism: Whether a conflict lies in the field of politics, business or religion, an altruistic approach is frequently the sole means of resolving it.
§1-§28 Oct. 19, 2013 The Virtue of Non-violence: By improving education. We need a method, a set of ethics, to suit the whole of humanity, not just members of this faith or that.
§1-§28 Apr. 15, 2008 Human Rights, Democracy and Freedom: at resolves conflicts peaceably, employing dialogue and non-violence, that upholds human rights and human dignity as well as human responsibility...encourages peace, compassion, respect and warm-heartedness.
§1-§28 Sep. 1, 2002 Relevant Comments by HH The Dalai Lama Subsequent to the Sep. 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack on the US: Mahatma Gandhi pointed out that because violence inevitably leads to more violence, if we are seriously interested in peace, we must seek to achieve it through peaceful and non-violent means.
§1-§28 Jan. 1, 2000 Message for the New Millennium: developing peace of mind and more altruism, gradually work up to total demilitarization throughout the world, need to address the issue of the gap between the rich and the poor, both globally and nationally, take care of our earth and of our environment, greatest challenges today is the population explosion.
§1-§28 Dec. 7, 1998 Message on the 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: all human beings to yearn for freedom, equality and dignity and they have a right to achieve them. Whether we like it or not, we have all been born into this world as part of one great human family. We all desire happiness and do not want suffering.
§1-§28 Jul. 1, 1984 A Human Approach to World Peace: Universal humanitarianism; Compassion is the pillar of world peace; All world religions are already for world peace in this way, as are all humanitarians of whatever ideology; Each individual has a universal responsibility to shape institutions to serve human needs.