Thousands of lemming-like Melbournian’s have turned out to be in the presence of the loopy Lama, and to hear his arcane mumblings such as:
"We are selfish, but with the help of our intelligence we can be wise-selfish instead of foolish-selfish."
“If a human has no hope of recovery and is in a coma, it can be very expensive, and the rest of their family can suffer immensely,” he said, seemingly giving a nod, a wink, and a giggle, to human euthanasia.No such luck for animals though, as sick pets must never be put down:
“The suffering of the animal is due to pervious karma. They have to experience their suffering so they can live out their karma.”To sum up: it’s okay to put down your relatives, but not your pets. Animals have to live out their karma, but people don’t.