Resources for Children and Teens based on the 16 Guidelines

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Resources for Children and Teens based on the 16 Guidelines

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Summary The Foundation for Developing Compassion and Wisdom offers this page of free resources, including interviews with Elders, a set of printable cards, a discussion guide, and more.

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FDCW has created a large collection of free resources.

Please also check out these resources based on the 16 Guidelines where you will find the resources for children & teens.

FDCW, (The Foundation for Developing Compassion and Wisdom), is affiliated with FPMT (The Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition).

These resources are based on their work around Universal Education. “In 1983 Lama Yeshe began formulating the idea of Universal Education. “The world needs a new system of education because the old one is too dated for the intelligent people of today and produces a great deal of conflict and dissatisfaction in the present generation. […] We have to get rid of people’s old concepts and give them a new imagination; a new, broad way of looking at themselves and the world. That’s what I mean by “universal.” Lama Zopa Rinpoche, FDCW’s Honorary President, continues to support Lama Yeshe’s vision.” —(from the FDCW About page)

Also see the resource “Making the Most of the Happy Toolbox” with Ceci Buzón.

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