Boringly, citizens of the world object to the U.S. president's provincial but politically mandatory speech-closing prayer, "May God bless the United States of America."
Here's how the Dalai Lama closed out a March 10 speech in Dharamsala, India:
"Finally, I offer prayers for the happiness and well-being of all sentient beings."
He's a Big-Tent Tibetan.
Yossi Mandel says
Although, to pause for thought: He’s no longer in Tibet or as much a leader of a people as he was, and we’re still here.