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illustration of my character Tiya! I intended for this to be a practice piece but it turned out more like an actual illustration in the end 

Dalai Lama: Stop praying for Paris — humans created this problem and humans must solve it

Dalai Lama: Stop praying for Paris — humans created this problem and humans must solve it. Prayer is a way for people too pretend that they're "helping" without actually having to do anything.

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Melk Abbey (German: Stift Melk) is a Benedictine abbey in Austria, and among the world's most famous monastic sites.

A beautiful post about how one couple's trip to Paris healed their marriage. "Our time together in Paris healed our hearts, healed our marriage. It slipped past the walls we had built and gave us new perspective. It helped us to remember that we are husband and wife first, loving parents second."

Praying for Paris today Paris was attacked by terrorist people were lost, people were held hostage let's stop what we are doing and pray for the country that had to endure this.

Let’s Pray for Beirut the Same Way We’re Praying for Paris.

"Praying" is what started this horrific catastrophe but, if you're going to do it, Let’s Pray for Beirut the Same Way We’re Praying for Paris.

Image of Pray for PARIS 'Rainforest' t-shirt (March 18th)

Image of Pray for PARIS 'Rainforest' t-shirt (March

NFL Player: It's OK to Pray for Paris But We Suspend a Football Coach for Praying After a Game?

Leah Barkoukis - NFL Player: It's OK to Pray for Paris But We Suspend a Football Coach for Praying After a Game?

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Dalai Lama: Stop praying for Paris — humans created this problem and humans must solve it

Dalai Lama: Stop praying for Paris — humans created this problem and humans must solve it

“We are human beings and there is no basis or justification for killing others. If you consider others as brothers and sisters and respect their rights, then there is no room for violence.”

This is What the Dalai Lama Had to Say About The Las Vegas Shooting – Awareness Act

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