“Hey Lord, give me good thinking and good feelings, so that I can do good deeds and through good Karmas I would love to convert Earth into heaven. The current population of 770 crores will be 850 crores in 2030. What values we are planning to pass on to the next generation will depend upon what values we are going to create today. We have to be serious and definitely concerned about it,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah, President of World Peace Development and Research Foundation, initiating the webinar organized by the Confederation of World Religion.
Avadhuta H. H. Jagat Guru Dileep ji Maharaj spoke about his vision of fulfilling the ancient Vedic wisdom of great masters from India and create a global family “Vasudaivakudumbakam.” He suggested the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi “Simple Living and High Thinking,” the teachings of Swami Sivananda Saraswati “Love All, Serve All,” and the teachings of Mother Teresa “A Smile Can Change The World.”
His Holiness Sadguru Brahmeshanand Acharya Swami Ji believes that only spiritual upliftment of mankind is not enough; along with it there has to be all-round knowledge of basic things. We all should be committed towards this development and carry related activities to fulfill this divine objective. Education is the need of the day, he said.
“What is required is the combination of ancient meditation, yoga, and new science. This method is very helpful to eradicate the beastie tendency and to proliferate the divine thoughts in human mind to build a peaceful society. Environment protection, conservation and restoration is another very important job we all have to get involved with to leave mother earth in good condition for the next generation,” said H.H. Acharya Dr. Lokesh Muni.
Rajyogni BK Saroj ji of Brahma Kumaris, Adv. Brahmideviji of Sadguru Foundation Goa, BK Sunita Malik from Brahma Kumaris, and Dr. Gopal Ji of Global Yog Alliance also spoke on the occasion.
Acharya Satyendra Narain, President, Confederation of World Religion, extended a vote of thanks and promised to come back with a new discussion. AAFT University of Media and Arts, the International Film and Television Research Centre, and the International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry supported the event.