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The Dalai Lama patted Yangzom, after a traditional greeting during his visit to Smith College.

Dalai Lama looking for answers, too

He's seeking a way to motivate people

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / May 10, 2007

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The 14th Dalai Lama, warning that his beloved Tibet is "passing through the darkest period in our almost 2,000 years," acknowledged yesterday that he is not certain how to motivate the people of the world to care about issues he sees as threatening to humanity. (Full article: 960 words)

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