(a) Put a “P” (pass) at the two statements below you most agree
(b) Put an “F” (fail) at the one statement you most disagree with (if
(c) What would it take to transform your F to a P?
“All people are truly one, and no particular group is superior to any
other, but like limbs of the body, each has a role to play…
___ 1) The various responsibilities of the segments of society can be divided under four general headings: Seers, Leaders, Providers, and Servers.
___ 2) All societies have generally similar groupings. The system sometimes veers off course, but the basic pattern is valid for the social harmony and clarity of purpose in all societies.
___ 3) These groupings are generally consistent with the conditioning of the gunas, whether from earlier lifetimes or this one. It is said that ‘People are born of their own nature.’
___ 4) Society’s Seers are the holy ones (in some societies called ‘brahmins’). They are expected to…
___ 5) The Seers’ basic purpose is to transform society’s exemplary humans into godly humans.
___ 6) Society’s Leaders (kshatriyas) basic purpose is to transform ordinary human beings into exemplary ones. The leaders of a society are expected to:
___ 7) The Leaders’ strength lies in their courage, the Seers’ strength lies in the glow of their spirituality.
___ 8) Society’s Providers and Servers are the business people and workers respectively. They are expected to equip society with the goods and services it needs.
___ 9) Remember that all practices conducive to spiritual growth worship, sense-control and so forth—are within the competencies of all people in all groupings of all societies.” – Krishna
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