Dear WYA Member,
Visible signs of need, suffering and injustice expose the universal human condition of vulnerability.
We, as young people, commit ourselves in solidarity at this time to all those who live in need, experience the hardship of disease or social unrest, and who suffer the poverty of hopelessness.
The intrinsic dignity of each person is the foundation of all just human interactions and we encourage our members and friends to deepen their awareness of the need for solidarity at this time.
-H.H. The Dalai Lama, Our Global Family, Chapter 3.
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What does COVID have to teach us about care for the elderly and vulnerable?
Individual autonomy, however important it may be, is always limited by the protection of the fundamental goods of society. One such good is the life of a human being, which should be always protected…Read our white paper on vulnerable populations and international pressure for euthanasia, here.
Lord Leomer Pomperada