SDSU, UCSD, & USD are hosting the Dalai Lama – SAN DIEGO APRIL 19, 2012

I live in San Diego, and I am excited because San Diego State University, UC San Diego, and the University of San Diego are hosting His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama’s first visit to our beautiful city.
 It has been said that if I want to be rich, I should rub elbows with the rich.  Then I suppose if I want to be holy and tolerance of people that rub me the wrong way, then I should see the Dalai Lama in person, and breathe the same air as His Holiness?
 But, again, there is a saying “You cannot teach an old dog new tricks”, as I have lived too long to think otherwise. 
 So, will it be a $68 ticket to see the Dalai Lama, or $68 to give to homeless people? 
 Being that the Dalai Lama has authored plenty of books that I can borrow at no cost at my local library, I can read them at my convenience, quietly absorb them, and transcribe his words of wisdom in my notebook.
 If you know me, you know which choice I am going to make.
 Well, just in case, here is the link of His Holiness’ visit to San Diego   
    Join us for fun, food, friends, festivities and networking on February 23, 2012.
 Email  for additional information. 
As always, your comments will be greatly appreciated. 

February 20, 2012 @ Gwen Coronado…

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