After speaking in Berkeley on Saturday, His Holiness the Dalai Lama visited Martin's Soup Kitchen, which primarily serves food to the homeless. Protected by heavy security and traveling in a long armored motorcade, the Dalai Lama served pasta and spoke to some of the less fortunate locals.
According to the Seattle Examiner, "[h]e put on an apron and served plates of pasta as he joked with the homeless that it was a relief it was to be among rich people who listen to his every word." The exiled leader of Tibet also told soup kitchen clients, "Me too, homeless person."
Here are some scenes from his visit to San Francisco on Sunday.