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When Zilu asks him "how to serve a prince," Confucius replies, "Tell him the truth even if it offends him."
It is not acceptable to let regimes like Burma's dictate the rules of humanitarian intervention.
When we made it to villages farther down the road, we found that a monk had shared the rice for his village with all the surrounding villages, which had received no aid and were starving.
Sharia'a law insists that room be left for forgiveness and reconciliation.
Women got upset and marched to the Royal Palace. The King called me and said, 'Saad, do you see what is happening?' I said, 'Yes, but that is democracy, your Majesty.'
The process of change has begun. It is not directed against anyone, but requires everyone's efforts.
Ali Abdullah has been jailed three times. One of his sons is serving a five-year sentence for involvement in a pro-democracy youth group. The other chose exile.
We approach our struggle in the spirit of hope, love, and magnanimity.
The debate has to examine how environmental improvements to low-income communities lift up the economy, the safety, and the morale - not just locally, but regionally and nationally.
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