If your inner space says that there is nothing more to listen, if only silence is there, you have achieved integrity.

People ask me, ‘Swamiji, why is nature so cruel? Why are there natural disasters? Why do young children die?’ The answer is what Kṛṣṇa gives here. Nature goes about its job without any thought about what the end result will be. What happens will happen. It is bound to happen. Nature follows its dharma, its path of righteousness. The problem is that we do not understand the laws of nature; we measure natural actions by our yardstick of logic.

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All we need is fearless, greedless businessmen, fearless, greedless rulers. That’s all !

The last few days I am constantly soaked in the consciousness of the Vedic civilization. When I was looking – I was just looking into the Akashic Records – I saw at that time of the Vedic civilization, on an average, a man worked only two to three hours a day. And, listen, please listen, the society has four divisions (“varnas”):

· “Brahmana” – means, the teachers;

· “Vaishya” – business community;

· “Kshatriya” – rulers;

· “Shudra” – working class.

And, you need to know, please understand, there was no “higher” and “lower” between these groups; all of them were doing different responsibilities. There was no “higher” and “lower”.

In these four, there are four “ashramas”:

· “Brahmacharya” – means, students;

· “Grihastha” – married;

· “Vanaprastha” – retired;

· “Sannyasis” – completely dedicated to teaching this science to the world, the enlightenment science to the world, to live and radiate this enlightenment science to the world. Continue reading “All we need is fearless, greedless businessmen, fearless, greedless rulers. That’s all !”

It is just your personality which makes you Brahmana or Kshatriya, Vaishya or Shudra.

“Impossible” personality is what we call “Shudra” in Vedic tradition.  In Vedic tradition, “Shudra” is not defined based on birth.  The “impossible” personality, the person who is stuck with the “impossible” personality, means doubt on yourself, doubt on others, doubt on your ability to relate with others, when you are stuck with the “impossible” attitude, you are “Shudra”.   But you are stuck with self-doubt, but you don’t have any doubt towards your ability to relate with others, then you become “Kshatriya”.  Your doubt on others, whether others can do or not, only that is there, but otherwise you don’t have … Continue reading It is just your personality which makes you Brahmana or Kshatriya, Vaishya or Shudra.