List of articles for ‘PROUT JOURNAL Fall 2009 Issue’ rss

  • News Fom New York

    Nada Khader has been invited to a forum at the United Nations on June 25th that will explore the harmful impact of neo-liberalist economics on Latin America.  She has been invited by the Bolivian Ambassador’s wife and she will be meeting with President Morales of Bolivia as well as President Correa of Ecuador. Nada has […]


  • Learn how to be happy here in the present

    Every Sunday around 1 p.m., Dr. Steven Landau invites inmates at Wake Correctional Center to his yoga class. “Learn how to be happy here in the present and even happier when you get out,” he saysover the loud speaker. Louis Allen, a Durham man who is in prison for the third time, walks in. “At […]


  • Small businesses affected by current economic crisis

    By Shambhu Sharan Large businesses import goods from the other countries in large quantities at a lower price, but the small businesses buy their products locally, which are more expensive. That has impacted small businesses. The current economic downturn has hurt small businesses in the U.S. viagra drugs online and also across the Metroplex. Southern […]


  • About PROUT

    What is PROUT? Prout is the acronym for Progressive Utilization Theory. It is a social and economic theory developed in 1959 by Indian scholar-author and activist Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar. Mr. Sarkar sought a practical alternative to the theories and increasingly apparent failures of Marxism (communism) and Capitalism. Prout is based on universal values recognizing and […]


  • Main Principles of PROUT & Neo- Humanism

    Neo-humanism expands the humanistic love for all human beings to include love and respect for all creation – plants, animals and even inanimate objects. Neo- humanism provides a philosophical basis for creating a new era of ecological balance, planetary citizenship and cosmic kinship. Basic necessities guaranteed to all :  People cannot strive towards their highest […]


  • PROUT JOURNAL Fall 2009 Issue

    PROUT JOURNAL Fall 2009 Issue Small Business Affected by Current Economic Crisis Social Entrepreneurs: Transformers of Business and Society Students Aren’t Customers; Education Is Not a Commodity Share Card – A Bridge from Capitalism to Prout Prophet of Boom (and Bust)


  • Social Entrepreneurs: Transformers of Business and Society

    By Dan Butts and Mike Whitty Social entrepreneurs are not content just to give a fish or teach how to fish. They will not rest until they have revolutionized the fishing industry. Bill Drayton, CEO, chair and founder of Ashoka, a global nonprofit organization devoted to developing the profession of social entrepreneurship Social entrepreneurs combine […]


  • Students Aren’t Customers; Education Is Not a Commodity

    By William Astore, Tomdispatch.com By only viewing education as a way to a higher-paying job we’re giving a free pass to the prevailing machinery of power. Hardly a week goes by without dire headlines about the failure of the American education system. Our students don’t perform well in math and science. The high-school dropout rate […]


  • Spirituality and Progress

    Human beings are on an evolutionary path toward realizing their higher consciousness. True progress is movement that leads to self-realization and spiritual qualities such as compassion and love for all beings. Material or intellectual gains do not necessarily constitute progress unless they contribute to deeper, spiritual well-being. The progressive orientation of society is maintained by […]


  • Share Card – A Bridge from Capitalism to Prout

    By Acarya Vimaleshananda Avadhuta Society changes. As it happens for human growth the changes might be negligible in the short run but along the years a child becomes an adult and an adult becomes an aged person. Living in a capitalistic society, we may have noticed that changes are happening. Yet we are not able […]