LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- The Dalai Lama's last stop while in Louisville was to speak to school children at the Kentucky Center for the Arts.
His Holiness gave advice on how to curb the violence among the youth in Louisville, saying "now if we seriously think about the education field -- some moral teachings of modern ethics without relying on religious faith. That can be i think some effect."
The Dalai Lama spoke about compassion to a packed house of 24 hundred at the Kentucky Center.
Ten students got the opportunity to ask him questions.
He also spoke at the KFC Yum Center to big crowds.