Tag archive for ‘Capitalism’

  • Reflections from PROUT’s 50th Anniversary

    50th Anniversary Seminar Though I have a bachelor’s degree in Economics, working on my Masters in Business Administration, it was difficult for me to digest the PROUT philosophy in the beginning. I have tried to remain open and keep my patience through my initial studies of PROUT, which contradicted many of the ideas I’ve been […]







  • Casino Capitalism and Collapse of the American Economy

    By Susmit Kumar, Ph.D. ABSTRACT With the advent of internet technology and subsequent integration of national and global economies in the last couple of decades, brilliant brains have devised methods to generate money for millionaires and billionaires by moving money from one place to another any place in the world by the click of a […]







  • Neohumanist Perspectives on World Peace

    The attainment of world peace challenges human talent and ingenuity but is not an impossible or utopian dream. World peace is attainable; it may even be imminent. Consider two events that caught humanity by surprise: the fall of the Berlin wall on November 9, 1989 and the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001. […]







  • Spirituality and Social Change

    Talk by Dada Maheshvarananda at the “Globalization or Localization” Conference in Wellington, New Zealand on March 3, 2001 Namaskar is a traditional yogic greeting that means, “I greet the divinity within you with all the charms of my mind and the cordiality of my heart.” We are divine beings, each one of us. We have, […]