Posted January 13, 2019 13:16:20I’m an atheist, I’m not a vegetarian and I’m a vegan, according to a Buddhist monk.
That makes me a “healthy dog food” vegan, too, according the Dalai Lama, the world’s most famous spiritual leader, in an interview with the Financial Times.
Buddhism is a monastic tradition that was founded in India about 1,000 years ago.
It follows the teachings of the Dalai, the Tibetan spiritual leader.
It has become one of the worlds largest religions.
The Dalai Lama is not a religious leader, and he is not ordained by any Buddhist monk or nun.
He’s a monk.
But he is a practitioner of Buddhism and an atheist.
The Dalai Lama said that he was a “normal human being” who wasn’t a Buddhist because he’s not a human being.
He said he wanted to become a vegetarian.
“I’m not an expert in this area, but I think it is possible,” he said.
“We should make people aware that eating meat, especially beef, is bad.”
The Dalai has been vocal about his atheism, calling for a ban on meat, including for animals, from being used for human consumption.
The world’s largest Buddhist monastery, the Dharamsala Buddhist Temple in the Tibetan capital, Dharamshala, is a place where people from all walks of life gather for worship, meditation and worship.
He is not the first Buddhist to publicly embrace vegetarianism.