So if you’ve been to the LUC homepage, or really any site that has anything to do with Loyola, then you are well aware of the fact that Loyola hosted the Dalai Lama reccently. Yesterday, on top of the fact that it was my very last day of classes of my undergrad career, I got to see the Dalai Lama’s lecture on non-violence. Like the Dalai Lama visiting wasn’t cool enough, there was even a brief cameo by Sean Penn, who was in Chicago to receive the 2012 Peace Summit Award.
Unfortunately, I didn’t get any pictures, because cameras were not allowed! Despite this, it was a very special experience that I’m very fortunate I got the opportunity to be a part of.
What I got from it: Change starts with you. A smile. A friendly gesture. Any small thing can make a difference.
Though this was a once in a lifetime event, it makes me think of all the opportunities that Loyola and the Chicago has given me. I cannot think of a more fantastic way to end my time here at Loyola!Tags: Change, Dalai Lama, Sean Penn