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Safeguarding ourselves from doing destructive acts, saying hateful words, and thinking badly towards others are profound messages to the current situation brought by the Vesakh,” said Sauca. I am deeply grateful for your willingness to walk and work together.”

Sauca expressed a wish to continue sharing resources among people that will heal the wounded world. May we, together, overcome destructive situations with the light and the vision of each religious community,” he said. Within this spirit, I wish our Buddhist friends, once again, a blessed feast of Vesakh.”


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