We need to see that anger is never any use in solving problems, but that patience and compassion are helpful.

We can teach people how to be happy on the basis of secular ethics, that a compassionate mind is useful, beneficial and secular in nature.

The power of truth never declines. Force and violence may be effective in the short term, but in the long run it’s truth that prevails.

Concern for others is not just a matter of religious practice; it’s a practical step towards creating a happy society.

Just as we teach about physical hygiene in the interest of good health, we now need to teach about mental or emotional hygiene too.