Pay close attention anytime the DL visits the US. His jovial appearance and easy manner hide a shrewd world leader. The DL is part of an insidious move toward a One World Religion. — PID
(NY DAILY NEWS) — /SNIP/ In a deep, raspy voice reminiscent of actor Jet Li, he told the story of a woman who came to him in tears in a refugee camp in India to thank him for feeding and educating her children.
“She said that she was a Christian, and was going to stay a Christian,” the 75-year-old spiritual leader said. “But in the next life, she’ll be a Buddhist.”
/SNIP/ “I never say Buddhism is best. Buddhism has been best for me. Each person is different. I cannot say what is best for 100 people: Their own religion is best for them. It’s like medicine. We cannot say pick one medicine, this is best for everybody.”