KARMAPA: Who is the HERO who can save the world?






The age we live in can be called the information era, and the connections between us individuals are getting much closer. Media shared by one person can reach many people and have many effects. For that reason, we can each increase our own individual power and effectiveness towards positive change. If everyone of us takes on that responsibility, I think we can definitely make a big difference. Instead of waiting for a great, powerful being to come from outside to be our hero, we ourselves need to make that commitment to becoming a great person who protects the world. I think this is the responsibility of us all.

~H. H. the 17th Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje



WHO IS THE HERO WHO CAN SAVE THE WORLD?
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Watch Karmapa's answer: 
• ENGLISH -----> https://youtu.be/52gMRMKAmvQ 
• SPANISH -----> https://youtu.be/fHdlYx12SL8
• FRENCH -----> https://youtu.be/LeRCpnoVFmQ
• GERMAN -----> https://youtu.be/40VSv3M4NzM
• POLISH -------> https://youtu.be/i9TwPT020ow
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