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"My Experiences with Fukuoka and Low Input Organic Farming" by Narayana Reddy - YouTube
principle is the same ... wo hurting 1) mother earth 2) soil organisms 3) ...

problem ... everyone wants to make quick money with a huge amount

am only 82...

in 4 acres - 900 trees...

happiest moment in life !?
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26 days ago by bekishore
Wealth: The Toxic Byproduct | Melting Asphalt
If you feel guilty for making money, your moral compass is pointing in exactly the wrong direction — 180-degrees from what is right.

Earnings are a measure of the good done for other people, not evils done against them.

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The point is, money spent on consumption is toxic — value-destroying. This is true even in our daily lives, without the literal magic window. Every time we spend money on a yacht or an iPhone or a nice jacket or even food, we're taking something of value from society and using it for our own purposes.

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Earning money (via production) is good for others. Spending it (via consumption) is bad.
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january 2019 by bekishore
Your Quiet Journey To The End Of The Earth - Siddha Performance
as I sit back and look at my life, I realize what a fool I have been. I have accepted my life as a drama of events in which I play the lead role. And I have surrendered my equanimity to the fickle hand of circumstance.

I will do that no longer. For I have finally glimpsed the strings behind the stage. It is all a grand drama. A glorious, life-sized play. It unfolds before my eyes. I can watch it and enjoy. But I no longer need to be a part of it.
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july 2018 by bekishore
The Nectar - Siddha Performance
If I didn’t have a family, I wouldn’t have any need for money. And I could find my Nectar in a comfortable and secluded cave at 18,000 feet in the Nepalese Himalayas.

I only want to speak and work with World Class Individuals. Because they make for the most interesting conversations. They tend to be bent toward the Unusual, Rare, Legend, Greatness, Best in History type things.
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june 2018 by bekishore
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