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Quotes in topic
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#1 of 307
Our idea of human significance has to change. We are just another life form on the planet.
#2 of 307
The physical is limited. If you try to make it limitless, you will destroy yourself and everything around you, which is what is happening in the world right now.
#3 of 307
Whatever your thought process or emotional process may be, it is just local gossip, very localized to you. Enjoy it if it is nice, but do not believe it.
#4 of 307
Modern societies are trying to limit the whole existence to the physical. The physical is only a base, not the real thing.
#5 of 307
If all of us did only what truly matters to every one of us, this world would be a fantastic place.
#6 of 307
Businesses need to stop looking at the world as a market. Once you see that what you call markets are people, your approach is bound to be more inclusive and sustainable.
#7 of 307
Human population has multiplied irresponsibly in the last hundred years. Where there is no space, there is more friction.
#8 of 307
Only if the younger generation does things that the parents never imagined possible, can a society evolve.
#9 of 307
A fundamental flaw in human nature is we try to enshrine our differences without being aware of the essential unity of existence.
#10 of 307
Those who achieve things by luck always live with the fear of losing it.
#11 of 307
The problem is not our intelligence but our unconscious, compulsive behavior. It is time we create a Conscious Planet.
#12 of 307
Before we go to another planet, we must learn to take care of this planet. Otherwise, we will do the same silly things there that we have done here.
#13 of 307
The Save Soil movement is a love affair with the land and life around us, not a fight with anyone.
#14 of 307
Economic activity is truly successful only when all the 7.9 billion people on the planet are involved and benefiting in some way.
#15 of 307
When we destroy the Soil, we are destroying future life. As a generation, we have the responsibility to turn this around.
#16 of 307
If we do not appreciate each other’s problems, there will be no solutions – we will only be fighting each other.
#17 of 307
It is not enough to just live. It is important that you live strong.
#18 of 307
When people give advice, always look at them if it has worked for them.
#19 of 307
When we are not treating the Soil well, unknowingly, we are not treating ourselves well.
#20 of 307
Human intelligence can be a ladder to the highest possibility, or it can be the most destructive weapon. Whether we make this intelligence flower into consciousness or keep it instinctive like animals will determine where human societies will go.
#21 of 307
We all are children of Mother Earth’s Soil. Let us protect it, for ourselves and for those who are yet to be born.
#22 of 307
This is our time on the planet. We have to become willing to find solutions, willing to strive to make things better.
#23 of 307
Unless we sustain our forests and bring tree cover for large areas of the planet, our wellbeing and life are in danger.
#24 of 307
To reverse the threat of Soil extinction, we must come together as one force. This is the most critical generational endeavor – both for ourselves and the next generation.
#25 of 307
If you learn to include others as a part of yourself, your life will become an expression of joyfulness, not a pursuit of happiness.
#26 of 307
Rather than trying to fit a woman into a man’s world, we must create a society where the masculine and feminine have an equal role to play.
#27 of 307
For me, action is about a solution, not about satisfaction. If we do not do the right stuff for Soil now, large-scale suffering will happen.
#28 of 307
We must impart to every human being that soil, water, and air are not resources to be used and thrown away. These are life-making ingredients.
#29 of 307
Existentially, we are one – only socially, we are too divided.
#30 of 307
We are behaving as if we are the last generation on this planet. If we value life and the lives of future generations, we have to take care of our Soil and Water.
#31 of 307
When you see and use life and life-making material as commodities, you will pay the price.
#32 of 307
It is time we choose quality over quantity in our lives, in every sense. Only then can we save the planet.