Friday, October 04, 2013

Science: The State of the State


We think of science as if we have achieved a lot. In one area we might say we have, in the sense, we have explored many things about matter. We have knowledge about the outside world quite a lot, but we don't know ourselves at all. We haven't got the knowledge of inner being. So much of science has created such a big civilization around, but it does not know its own roots. This is the reason why today we find that there is no solution for many things which we are facing.

We have big organizations; we have conferences, arguments, discussions - everything, at mental level. But the whole thing is not result oriented.

1993-1004: Public Program, United Nations Meeting, New York

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