Bhagavad-gita: Handbook for Human Civilization

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Globalism has herded people to the cities, causing alarming decline in self sufficiency.


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Self-Sufficiency: a universal solution to the globalist problem. …By moving to the city, people give up private property, cease pursuing productive occupations, and end up being folded into a consumerist paradigm. Within such a paradigm, problems like overpopulation, pollution, crime, and economic crises can only be handled by a centralized government and generally yield political solutions such as quotas, taxes, micromanagement, and regulations rather than meaningful technical solutions.

Also, such problems inevitably lead to a centralized government increasing its own power, always at the expense of the people and their freedom. The effects of economic catastrophe are also greater in a centralized, interdependent society, where everyone is subject to the overall health of the economy for even simple necessities like food, water, and electricity. Go to story


Any problem you propose, there is solution in the Bhagavad-gita.
Five topics of the Gita

Introduction to Bhagavad-gita As It Is
We are suffering or enjoying the results of our activities from time immemorial, but we can change the results of our karma, or our activity, and this change depends on the perfection of our knowledge. We are engaged in various activities. Undoubtedly we do not know what sort of activities we should adopt to gain relief from the actions and reactions of all these activities, but this is also explained in the Bhagavad-gita. more

excerpt from conversation with press representative, Calcutta, March 21, 1975:

If you read Bhagavad-gita As It Is, there is everything explained, everything. All problems are solved. Any problem you propose, there is solution in the Bhagavad-gita. Now this poverty, as you raised this question, poverty, so what is written there in the Bhagavad-gita? Annad bhavanti bhutani [Bg. 3.14]. This is instruction, that “You produce food grain.” Now, suppose Calcutta is a big city. Who is producing food grain? Everyone is trying to purchase food grain. But who is thinking that “Wherefrom the food grain will come?” Just see the foolishness of the people. You have to produce food grain. And there is ample facility. But throughout the whole world there are hundreds and thousands of cities. Now, who is producing food grain? The solution is there in the Bhagavad-gita. He said, annad bhavanti bhutani. Krishna never said, “By motor tire bhavanti bhutani.” Bhavanti means flourish. Everyone is engaged in producing motor tire, car, and they are flattering the Arabians for petrol. The same energy, if it would have been engaged in producing food grain, then where is the poverty?

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