How do we achieve world peace? Is it even possible? Yes, it is.
The director of the film Road to Peace, Leon Stuparich, has this message and will explain more during the interview:
"The Dalai Lama is a remarkable philosopher who reminds us that love, compassion and kindness are vital to creating a peaceful world and a happy life. The message of peace is universal and in many ways, it's timeless. From the Vedic Brahman 5000 years ago, to Buddha 2500 years ago - to Jesus, Ghandi, Martin Luther King,
I made the film with the intention for it to be relevant for 50-100 years. Something that goes beyond the current desire in media to produce something that's timely. I didn't want this film to get old, or to date. It is now serving as a kind of time capsule of the Dalai Lama, so that when is no longer here, people can watch the film and understand who is, what his message is about and why he is some important to so many people.
In my experience one person can and does make a difference, if your motivation is to make the world a better place, then simply by thinking it, you’ve already instigated positive change. But put some action and determination behind your intention and you’ve already made a massive impact. I believe every person has that potential. And if more people started to act, or simply tried to improve their personal world, then very quickly we would see a large change across society.
Road to Peace is a Call to Action. A reminder of Ghandi’s legendary invitation “To Be the Change You Want to See in the World”. An appeal for each and every one of us to step up, become an agent for change and join the global conversation."
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