“… my whole being revolted at the ide of becoming a homeless ascetic, depending on the labour of others for my sustenance. If God is the embodiment of all that is good, noble and pure, I argued withing myself, how can He decree that those who have a burning desire to find Him, surrendering themselves to His will, should leave their families, to whom they owe various obligations by virtue of the ties He has Himself forged in the human heart, and should wander from place to place depending on the charity and beneficence of those who honor those ties?”
Gopi Krishna

Kundalini – The Evolutionary Energy in Man

You Cannot Eat Press Releases

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I don’t know who this guy but its comforting to hear a person of business recognize the critical situation and opportunity around food. Despite the highlight on food and agriculture which drew me to the interview I was intrigued by what he said about India “they don’t like people making money”.  I have to admit that I look forward to a world where people like him cannot “buy in” to anything, especially not to farming and food production. I believe I understand (at least superficially) his reasoning and yet I find almost all of it morally bankrupt – another example of highly evolved intellect devoid of purpose?

This came to me through Raymond Pirouz

 

 

 

 

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