Indian Spirituality To Solve Global Warming

Solution to global warming lies in Indian spirituality

Hailing Indian spirituality for having solution to problems such as global warming and terrorism, Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the world was yet to realise its full potential.

“At present, humankind is struggling to thwart the environmental crisis created because of global warming. Who has the capacity to show a way out of it? Our country is the place on earth where our saints had given the status of ‘mother’ to nature,” he said.

“As soon as the world realises the message of our saints and spiritual leaders, it will find solutions to all crises,”

Solution to global warming lies in Indian spirituality: Modi – Hindustan Times

Obama is going to be upset, because he thought that was his job as Messiah

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7 Responses to Indian Spirituality To Solve Global Warming

  1. NikFromNYC says:

    “in all the talk (in India) about divinity and gretness of country we have forgotten about humanity. At every street corner we have built temples not toilets. A pee is more important than a prayer. It is certainly more compelling than a prayer”.

    We Indians are perhaps dirtiest people in world. Our cities look like extended slums, towns are filthy dumps and villages often reek of excreta. It is said that poverty breeds filth and it could be true. But in our country there is another problem. The problem in head. The problem of mindset and problem of habit and perhaps culture. We just dont want to live in clean places. I have seen many and I really mean many well educated, well read and well traveled people who just don’t think for a moment before littering in public places. Right outside my office, employees of at least 3 IT companies in vicinity can be seen smoking and having tea in plastic cups which they throw right there on road after they are finished. There is no dustbin there but it doesn’t occur to any of them to take the empty cup back to office and throw in bin.

    In “Area of Darkness” V.S. Naipaul gives an extremely dark account of India and details how dirty the country was. As a foreigner of Indian roots (his father migrated to Africa and Naipaul studied in London) Naipaul was shocked to see how dirty people in his “homeland” were. His account of India (in decades of 60 and 70s) was deeply pessimistic and I would say he was right on many fronts. Naipaul in his books writes that elsewhere in world approach to villages through countryside is a pleasant experience but not in India where visitor to villages is welcomed by smell of human excreta.”

    http://www.undercoverindian.com/2007/02/we-need-toilets-not-temples-why-are-we.html

  2. Scarface says:

    That AGW is a religion is no longer hided by the true believers.
    They could rehabilitate Mammon to be their supreme idol since AGW is all about money.

  3. scizzorbill says:

    Goes to show that idiots and fools are found everywhere.

  4. leftinbrooklyn says:

    That read like sinking in the sofa discussion after a blurry view of a Cheech and Chong movie.

  5. gator69 says:

    I have friends who made it their goal to visit every continent, and as many countries as possible. They said of all the places they visited, the two they wish they had not bothered with were Antarctica because of the dozens of feet of frozen penguin dung, and India because of all the unfrozen dung. The Taj Mahal was the only bright spot in two weeks of touring India.

    Mother nature has two ends, like all of us. 😉

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