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Sadhguru - Forests, Rivers, Plastic


Sudhanshu Vats With Sadhguru --forests, rivers, plastic

Greenly ladies and gentlemen it's indeed my pleasure privilege and honor to
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welcome Satguru and thank him for being with us and indeed giving me the
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opportunity to be with you for for these 30 to 45 minutes thank you and let's
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stop I wanted to start off with the rally for rivers I think you know 16
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states nine thousand three hundred kilometers in 30 days 142 rallies and so
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I would add it started I would start off by saying I know you've spoken about it
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quite a lot but I wanted to talk about two specific things when and where did
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the idea germinate Sadhguru and second if I could
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Club it together is your experience of having lived through it because we've
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seen it you've spoken about it but I think for this August gathering and you
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know with the privilege of yours so where did the idea germinate and and
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what was your you know experience with everybody in the entire thing my my
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association with forests in rivers of this nation goes back to very early
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childhood when I was just 10 11 years of age if I found 10 rupees it's a lot of
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money those days I would buy enough bread or whatever and I would be gone in
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the jungles for dates well there was a whole drama happening at Hallman in the
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town looking for me but I was so engaged with this because when I was in the
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jungles by myself what I realized was this was not trees and animals and
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reptiles and stuff this was a mega life by itself much larger life than myself
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this is how I experienced the forests of South India then when I was 17 I floated
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down Kaveri for 13 days 163 kilometers and I lived off the river just on Ford
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truck tubes few bamboos I just float it down like
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this my engagement with this has been always but in the last 25 years I have
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watched with some concern that these magnificent rivers and the most
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fantastic for many days have lived without food just on the Kaveri River
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water and the few know goo and cabanne River water because I wouldn't get any
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food and I just drank water and did whatever I did but when I saw that the
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way the river is dropping down and the vegetation around it is being destroyed
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at the pace at which it's going particularly in the last seven to eight
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years time the depletion of Indian rivers is is disastrous
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with 1.3 billion people on our hands the way our soil and water is depleting in
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something that nobody can ignore I don't think most people will understand unless
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they actually travel a little bit in the country in see firsthand because what's
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happening is beyond irresponsible beyond that something totally disastrous we're
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doing as if we are the last generation here that's how this way most of them
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are packing off the children to other countries because we're living like we
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are the last generation so this is this valley has been on my mind for the last
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seven years but this is my way I never speak to even people who are immediately
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around me only fifty nine days before the rally for the first time I spoke to
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our teams they said how is it going to happen across the country how can we
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unleash all these events we can do in major cities but how can we do in the
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villages and all this then we went into the detail this detail had worked out
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and we went into the detail for a few days then all the teams across the
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country got into a huddle of their own and started working towards it but the
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phenomenal thing was for the first time across political spectrum all parties
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across the country responded positively which I thought is
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really I I need to acknowledge the political parties for this because all
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of them coming together for one cause is a miraculous thing it's almost like we
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have taken the word opposition literally we got to just oppose everything that
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happens in the country but they all came together which is wonderful because that
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was significant because we've drove when we drove through the 16 states we draw
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through states which are ruled by six different parties and all of them came
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full on board and most of them signed a MoU with us my experience of this the
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problem with me is I because I don't have a thinking mind I have a picturing
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mind so I picture every every small detail in my mind without really
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thinking in words and what should happen what should not happen so literally the
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rally went almost in toto almost 90% just the way I had pictured so there
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were no surprises or too much excitement ex-knight excitement for me it was nice
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once again I have driven and ridden across India I'm a motorcycle later on I
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have driven across the country many times so almost for last maybe eight or
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nine years I have not really done such extensive driving so it was wonderful to
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drive across India though I drive across the world it's always very exciting to
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drive across India for a variety of reasons so it was a it was a great thing
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particularly the way ordinary people responded you know people who do not
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know what's happening in the country or in the world they don't know what is the
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ecological disaster what it is nothing simple simple people who are fighting
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for their daily survival I'm telling you we have like many days with the the
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distances were planned in such a way that we would drive for about eight
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hours to nine hours a day but most days we ended up driving 15 to 18 hours a day
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some days 24 hours a day because every where they're stopping us and they've
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organized events of the room small villages have organized events of their
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own I get down and you know my Hindi and somehow I speak something I'm driving
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through somewhere and the border of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh it's
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around 2 a.m. it's raining and you know my right leg is little heavy usually so
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like I'm like maybe I am doing like 140 150 M blasting out and suddenly in the
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corner of my eye I see a blue patch in the rain I thought two three blue
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patches which is the relevant first thing then we almost went off half a
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kilometer away then I said somebody was standing there and then we backed up all
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the cars and you won't believe one more lady three girls and two little boys
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this standing there with rally for rivers did just somebody told them some
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Satguru from somewhere is coming and he wants to save the rivers this standing
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there are 2 a.m. in the morning this is this is something fantastic
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you know incredible subtle I know I remember even in Bombay the speed at
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which you were driving at early morning on that day but sakru I think the other
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thing which you spoke about in the audio-visual as well I think this entire
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concept of bringing together a economic benefit with ecological benefit it's
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something if you could sort of elaborate a little bit more for the audience it
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would be really good I think because normally when we talk of anything to do
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with social corporate social responsibility or ecological means the
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thinking is it perhaps goes contrary to economic benefit and I think here it's
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it's sort of you know it buffs that paradox in a manner of speaking about
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that thinking so you must understand this whatever is philanthropy is only a
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helping hand when somebody is down it's not a solution
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it is not a solution in the real sense solution will happen only when it
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becomes a two-way process and it can be continued it is sustainable only when
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everybody benefits otherwise it's not sustainable
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whether it's in the marketplace or marriage if both the parties benefit
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only then there is a sustainability so we I was looking at how to make an
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ecological initiative into a win-win for all the people concerned when I said all
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the people concerned one thing is the fundamental entity is the river and
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immediately there are farmers and the communities which live there and there
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are local governments and there are people who live in the cities and there
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is a larger government all of them should benefit otherwise this will not
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happen somebody will put spanner in the works so this is how the policy was
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constituted fortunately today the government has received this is a very
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uniquely positive policy and from neathia oh it's in the Prime Minister's
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office and I think in a few days the thing will go out the advisory will go
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out for all the chief ministers what they should do in those states almost in
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toto it's it's being accepted almost all the recommendations so it's been
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received very positively and advisories are going out and I must tell
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you as already it was mentioned I think being in Mumbai Maharashtra government
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has been the most proactive government till now for us a detail a detailed
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project report is being presented tomorrow to the ministry here and we
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should be on ground in action probably by end of May April or mid main
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we should be working on the ground 80 kilometer stretch across a particular
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tributary we are particularly focusing on tributaries because most people
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rivers means Ganga Kaveri in our madad thungabhadra like this for example
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because my engagement discovery is big Kaveri had 72 tributaries major
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tributaries there are many hundreds of minor
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tributaries out of this seventy-two in the last 25 years over thirty seven have
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died completely totally gone what is left is in a meager state without the
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tributaries how will the river flow people think still there in the legend
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that Ganga came and landed on Shiva's hair and it flowed they're still in that
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mindset they don't understand if a river has to happen there has to be jungles
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there has to be small tributaries all of them coming together somewhere down the
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line there is a river a river did not land from heaven this is something that
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they have to be very clear about still this point has not gone across so we
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have started working on tributaries we will be we will need all your support
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because we will be campaigning to make the tributaries of every state a common
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name in children's minds in people's minds because everybody should know the
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names of tributaries you know the name of a big river that's not good enough
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because the big river exists only because of the small tributaries these
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tributaries has to come into the consciousness of India it's very
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important thanks I am also aware that the National Board has been constituted
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and the first meeting who happened yesterday if I'm not mistaken
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the third meeting a third meeting yes so anything would you like to share about
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the board and how what are the thinking there and what are the how's it
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progressing in so the rally for reverse board which has very you know
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significant people in the country we have Supreme Court justice and we have
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the world wildlife CEO on it and we have the top water expert and the father of F
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people moment of the former producer organization moment we have Kiran
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Majumdar of the bio pond and a few others who are on the ground kind of
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people yesterday's meeting was mainly focused towards how to reduce
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consumption so in this we need to understand that people always think
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water means it is the city's or the industry polluting things yes it is
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happening but the major consumer of water in the country 84% of consumption
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is agriculture and what the amount of water we are using and what we are
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producing is completely disproportionate and not acceptable in modern times we
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are still we have a history of over eight to twelve thousand years of
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agriculture which is a phenomenal thing but we are still indicating our lands as
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we did a thousand years ago this called flood irrigation because
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when the floods came the rivers irrigated the lands in the very early
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times later on of course we build dams and flood irrigated but earlier flood
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irrigation essentially meant when the river flooded it irrigated but now we
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are still continuing that process and this is causing a huge damage to India
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soil India's soil depletion is such a phenomenal drop that on an average most
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of the soil in the country has depleted at least by 37 to 39 percent in some
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places it's over 75 to 80 percent 25% of India is slated to become a desert in
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the next seven to eight years time when we say a desert
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it means he's the international the UN standards for soil to be considered as
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soil is 2 percent of organic content should be there in most of the places
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like punjab haryana some parts of Marathwada Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh
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the organic content in the soil is 0.05 percent
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it's literally almost it is become sand soil we're turning it into sand by
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taking away all the organic content so the only way you can put back organic
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content is by the leaf that comes from the trees and the animal excrement trees
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are gone long time ago I remember this very well when I was involved in farming
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about 3540 years ago the fertilizer companies were openly coming and telling
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the farmers you must fill the trees otherwise they will eat up all your
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fertilizer this is a loss for you if you have trees they will grow they're your
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they won't let your crops grow because they're taking away the fertilizer a
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massive felling happened in the Ganga region the tree cover loss in the Ganga
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banks is in the Ganga basin which accounts for 33% of our agriculture and
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25% of our geography it is 89 percent eighty nine percent of the trees you
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remove and how do you expect water to be restored in the soil so fortunately now
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a board has been formed for that and one of your ministers from Maharashtra is a
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very pro and a very dynamic way of out-of-the-box way of doing things we
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are also being co-opted for making this happen like this every River has a sad
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story the important thing in this whole thing is 75% of the river on land is in
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the farmers hands how do you handle this farmer who is just struggling to make a
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living and as the video was saying or 300,000 people committing suicide their
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condition is pathetic their nutritional requirements are you know they're in
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aberrational state most of the country 60% of India's population their skeletal
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system has not grown to full size this means we are producing sub
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standard humanity if your body doesn't grow to full size neither will your
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brain grow to full size this is the kind of people we producing and we going on
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talking about you know demographic dividend where is the dividend when you
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produce substandard humanity because that is happening in very large scale so
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right now we are looking at setting up certain models large scale models where
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water consumption can be taken industry and business has a huge role to play see
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the main part of agricultural disaster comes from unfolds this way you need
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water source and you need to irrigate your land irrigation is the biggest
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investment just to give you an example I was just talking to a Tamilnadu farmer
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who is 27 years of age very enthusiastic energetic young man he has three and a
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half acres so I asked him what's your water source he says he is sunk nine
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bore wells in three and a half acres it costs over one crore to sink nine bore
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wells he's never gonna make it he has to either sell the land or run away from
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the village or hang from a tree this is all the option he's got in the next five
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years time farmers should be focused on just growing the crop which is actually
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very good at India is one nation because of our latitudinal spread from
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Kanyakumari to the foothills of Himalayas we can just grow about
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anything you want in the world just about anything and we have the skills
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60% of the population knows the magic of how to turn mud into food this is not a
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small thing you take your top qualified people into the land and ask them to
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grow a crop it will be a disaster because it takes a completely different
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kind of skill which we have 50% if we handle this right what we have on paper
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if we can execute this in the next 10 years time we can be the bread
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breadbasket of India a breadbasket of the world we can feed the entire world
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because we have people who have the necessary skills we have variety of
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soils we have variety of temperature in atmospheres that we need everything
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that they want to have for growing food for the entire world we have but we have
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not exploited that simply because we have left the farmer as he was thousand
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years ago not 100 years ago he's still doing the same practices which were done
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a thousand years ago we are n messaging a plan how this can be transformed with
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the involvement of industry business government everything included this will
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not take enormous investments what this takes is organization and a commitment
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to fulfill that organizational setup right now if you produce little more it
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rots because there is no coal storage there is no value addition nothing if
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you if the crop is bad he suffers if the crop is good he suffers and we have
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compulsory education system right now we have done some kind of a survey in Tamil
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Nadu I've been asking farmers how many of you want your children to go into
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farming it's less than 1% in Tamil Nadu it's less than 1% on an average in the
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country it's less than 15% so in another 20 years time when this generation
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passes our skill of being able to produce food for this many people we
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will lose it because the children are going to school they don't know thing
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about how to grow any crop and neither do they have the body to go back to the
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farm and work on the land it's not easy to do that and in another 15 to 25 years
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we are going to lose this ability unless we make agriculture into a highly
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lucrative process in the coming five years it is possible to do it we have
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done it in small modules right now we are trying to set up large-scale modules
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so that we can show in three to five years time a farmer can easily multiply
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his income anywhere between three to eight times if this happens and the
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village infrastructure comes up as we have and we are talking about
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entertainment sport culture folk music and dance everything to come back we are
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seeing how to create this so that it is worthwhile to live in the
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right now only those who don't have means to escape to Mumbai or to America
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is still living in the village anybody who can escape is gone it's a
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trap it is not a choice it is a trap those who are stuck there
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are stuck there you cannot run a nation keeping sixty sixty-five percent of the
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population in this condition thanks sucker I you know you know on behalf of
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everyone here I'd like to commit to you that I think as you rightly said it does
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not require as many resources as it requires commitment and I think what
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rally for rivers is a movement which has been started and I think some of us have
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been fortunate to see that movement begin and I'm sure it will be a
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historical movement in the in the country and I think that commitment
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which is there from the government from industry and organizations from people
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will make sure that the the dream which you have and the work which is being
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done in this area comes to fruition now the United Nations ecological program
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has taken this and said this is literally the UNDP presidents words he
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says this is the incarnation of sustainable development never before
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it's been done like this and on 22nd on 22nd of this month March 2018 we are
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presenting this to the United Nations and all the countries are participating
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in this because most of the countries within 33 degrees latitude the same
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policy could be implemented literally total except for the cultural aspects in
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terms of weather patterns and other things up to 33 degrees latitude this
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can be effortlessly implemented across the globe this is something the UN is
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recognized and we are making a presentation they are also
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congratulations absolute and I think this is you know you Tyler your
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initiative and India again big becoming a wish Bureau in this space actually
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thanks to and to thanks to your initiative I was wanting to now talk
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about two other things which are very close to your heart I know and you've
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been thinking about it one is this thing you spoke about in the audiovisual as
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well and I've seen it personally have being there at and the our sermon on
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Shivratri and all that basically you always say you should to be high on life
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you don't need chemicals to be high on life I think this menace in India is
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growing a lot but it's there globally as well your reflections on addiction and
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what is it that you know we should we should do as a society and collectively
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as all of us in this space is something I want to do I want you to share your
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thoughts on this so every one of you know today that the greatest chemical
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factory on the planet is human body the most complex and sophisticated chemical
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factory on the planet is this so in one way of looking at yourself easier you're
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a chemical soup the question is only do you have a great CEO managing this
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chemical soup or a lousy CEO that's all there is
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so if you are a lousy CEO this is going into your bad chemical State if this is
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a great CEO this is in a fabulous State so the entire movement is towards
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creating technologies for well-being not by philosophy not by looking heavenward
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not with morality but if your chemistry is blissful right now
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who can make you miserable I'm asking
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the other thing I think which you've sort of it's close to you art and you've
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been talking about is is the issue of human trafficking and I think your
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reflections in this space because that is the other thing we've sort of need to
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be cognizant of both in India and globally you know just about a few
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months ago I met someone in United States who is supposed to be some kind
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of an expert on the Internet affairs and stuff I never get the time to do what is
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this browsing or this and that so I was just asking what are people looking for
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so many people are on the net what are they looking for
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and he says matter-of-factly I don't know if I hope this is wrong
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he says 70% Satguru is pornography and he tells me every year I don't remember
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the figure some millions of children below 15
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of age of being sold on the internet I thought what's happened to us we selling
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our children's children to do dirty things this means we've lost our
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humanity fundamentally so as a part of this
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we kind of unleashing this in the coming months already it's beginning to take
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off I have a few hundred maybe a couple of thousand hours of material that I
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have spoken in the last 40 years what I have spoken but in the first 10 12 years
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it wasn't recorded it wasn't Konak assets later on we came to sonic assets
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which some of them are preserved but real recording has happened only in the
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last 17 18 years so in the 17 18 years the video content we have runs into
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hundreds of hours most of it is just in the archival State we we our volunteer
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organization we don't have enough resource to pull it out edit it and put
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it outside is there there's material just about every kind of aspect so I
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said as a part of this I made an announcement among our own
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groups that whoever wants to take this material you take it and use it you
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monetize it you run it whichever way you want it's all free for you we will give
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everything we have free of cost just make sure in this world we have taken
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this thing up that in the next three years I want to make sure at least 90%
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of the adult population I'm leaving 10% for a certain reason 90%
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of the adult population has at least some simple process within themselves
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that they can do for three minutes a day something to settle themselves something
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to take care of themselves something that will not drive them into desperate
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acts to do something harmful to themselves or to somebody else at least
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spare the children no I think that's it we taught
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I can't say on behalf of our organization that thank you so much for
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offering this we will take it up and he'll do everything and the good news is
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that in this of this gathering there are a lot of people from media and
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entertainment who can take up the offer which you are giving if you want you can
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sell professional teams that if they're willing to spend a month or two in our
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archives which is a huge heap of material which we're not even able to
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pull out there is material about all kinds of stuff you can take the material
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and use it whichever way you want you can monetize it you can do what you want
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we will not ask for anything from you I want this to just get to the people so
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that people understand all the problems that you have are made by you and if at
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all if solutions have to come it has to come from within you there's simply no
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other way group praana it's a there's a lot of material floating online saying
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that the next world war will be fought over water I just wanted to know your
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views on that to fight a war you need water others how will you fight a war
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see people are always busy making predictions of disastrous things and
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people keep asking me also all the time Sadhguru what will happen in the next 25
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years to this country what will happen to the world every time some change
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happens people want a prediction see this is a call that all of us have to
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take right now do we want a prediction or are we going to have a plan towards
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our well-being
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those who are incapable of making and executing a plan always fall back on
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predictions it is time that human beings plan how we are going to be in 25 years
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rather than planning were other than predicting what will be the disaster we
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will face why can't we plan rather than predicting disasters Namaskar circle
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always inspiring to listen to you a related question is the indiscriminate
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use of plastic which is growing exponentially I read somewhere that even
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in UK only 10 percent of plastic is recycled the rest of it is stolen to the
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oceans any suggestions to solve this problem thank you the whole concern
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people are running campaigns in many parts of the world which many of them
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are in touch with us they're trying to make plastic the evil no plastic is a
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fantastic material that you could recycle a thousand times or a million
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times if you want there isn't another material like that you can use it just
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about in any way you want it is a fantastic material so plastic is not the
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problem it is our irresponsible unconscious way
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of doing things which is the problem so the solution is not in banning the
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plastic and doing this and that the solution is only in making the human
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being conscious enough there is no other creature on the planet which is using a
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plastic anything it is only the human beings and today we have the ability to
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communicate all of you are in the business of communication this is the
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first time we can sit here and literally speak to the entire world if we wish
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when we have such an ability on this planet for the very first time in the
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history of humanity do not underestimate this this is the first time that we can
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sit here and speak to the entire world never before this was possible when we
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have such a possibility why is it that we cannot communicate to every human
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being on the planet and raise this human aware
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and consciousness that we will conduct plastic on everything sensibly in a
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responsible manner this consciousness has to rise just
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banning this banning that won't come because if you bend this something else
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will come every 15 years we realize we have done the wrong things it's time
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that we do something in such a way that so much in sync in nature that after 200
31:51
years we should know we've done the right thing right now every time we do
31:55
something after 10-15 years we realize we're doing a very wrong thing right now
31:59
they're saying the biggest polluter in the future by 2040 will not be industry
32:05
will not be cars it is your electronic instruments you are lapped off your
32:10
iPad's your cell phones this will be the most disastrous pollution on the planet
32:16
so right now we have to do they still do four to 2040 and then say this that we
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have done the wrong thing we're going to correct it then no we can this is not
32:27
some rocket science if you just look at it as I said this entire Valley forgive
32:32
a thing people are asking or to an environment I am NOT an environmentalist
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I am NOT a scientist I have never read anything about environment but I have
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lived in this world I have lived in this world I eat food out of this world
32:44
I breathe the air in this world I drink the water in this world I know how it
32:48
works why is it that I don't know because most people think water comes
32:51
out of the tap
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so here it's all very very late but last this thing from my end you know what is
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absolutely admirable and it sort of got exemplified in radical reverse is your
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passion and energy and as you briefly spoke about any which mentioned about it
33:13
about becoming the great CEO of all these chemicals in this so a message for
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all of us in the audience what are a few tips for our secrets off of becoming a
33:23
better CEO because you are an exemplary CEO in this space so I think if we could
33:27
learn from you and that that is the last thing you might say all of you by virtue
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of your education or geography or birth somehow you've gotten yourself into
33:44
positions of responsibility and some kind of power communication is power how
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are we going to use this is the question isn't it how are we going to use this is
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a question if we want to use it well really well tell me when you are feeling
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really wonderful let's say you feeling fantastic within yourself this moment
34:10
are you not naturally inclined to do nice things to everybody around you
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hello when you are feeling wonderful it's natural for you to share that when
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you feeling nasty you also share that hello you do you can't help it isn't it
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so this is the most fundamental responsibility that we have one's life
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elevates us to a certain position of power and responsibility how we keep
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this is very important once you are in a position to influence and impact
34:48
people's lives how you think how you feel how you act how you breathe affects
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everybody around you so is it not the first thing we must take care of once
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life has offered this opportunity to us that we are able to impact life around
35:03
us the very way you sit stand breathe everything should be measured and
35:10
looked at carefully as to how it works best this is like you're in your
35:15
position you're in a position of responsibility and power means in some
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way you're on a fast track if you have an f1 track then I don't know if you've
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seen racing my scenes have always been engaged with them and if you run an f1
35:31
track then you have to look at everything you know everything and
35:35
everything and everything over and over and over again the same things I will
35:40
tell you I was in the Ferrari doc paddock in the Singapore races I was
35:45
just looking at this guys they've been given 100 octane petrol okay it is the
35:51
best possible fuel they're putting it through the regular filter they have a
35:56
racing filter they put through that and they are not happy they're getting some
36:01
silk cloth and they're putting through the fuel through the silk cloth three
36:06
times over before it goes into the car I was just looking at this and this is
36:11
this is scary because one tiny speck of something means the car will mal perform
36:17
mal perform doesn't mean it will stop it just means if it just misses a little
36:23
bit like that the race is over for that car thing so I am saying in some way
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when you get to a certain pace of activity in your life you are like a
36:33
racing machine when you are a racing machine what goes in how you breathe how
36:38
you say it how you do everything needs to be looked at only then this will
36:43
perform at a certain level this is not to talk about myself because he's put me
36:47
in the dock our lives go like this now I have hundreds of people who do the same
36:55
thing around me but my life has always been like this I am minimum twenty hours
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a day seven days of the week 365 days doing variety of activity not one kind
37:06
okay today I have hundreds of people around me they're all like this three
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days if we don't sleep we're still functional we're not going to fall apart
37:15
oh is this some kind of miracle no if you this the immensity of being human
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unfortunately has not been explored by most of the
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humanity human being means it is an immense possibility are we going to make
37:32
it into just one more creature who eats sleeps reproduce and dies one day or are
37:38
we going to make this into something fantastic that just the very existence
37:43
is just fantastic to be here just to sit here and breathe is
37:48
absolutely fantastic if this happens to a human being it doesn't take much if
37:52
you invest 20 30 minutes a day we will make this happen for you that if you
37:57
simply sit here it is just fantastic to be alive once you are like this nothing
38:04
nasty will come in your mind why would you want to do something nasty to
38:07
anything around you when you have no sense of nastiness in you this is not
38:13
out of morality this is not out of ethic this is not a controlled behavior do I
38:18
look controlled and while but nothing will go wrong
38:22
because why will it go wrong why will anything go wrong with life because the
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greatest thing that's happened here is life why is it wrong you think creation
38:31
is wrong it's fantastic but it is too sophisticated a machine it needs a
38:38
certain level of attention do you agree with me that this human mechanism that
38:43
all of you carry is the most sophisticated machine on the planet do
38:47
you agree with me I am asking have you read the user's manual it's time to do
38:54
that


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