Conference 'Economics of Non-violence...' - Report [1.04] - Yuvacharya Mahashraman

Posted: 09.05.2006
Updated on: 15.02.2008

Yuvacharya Mahashraman

Yuvacharya Mahashramanji, an eminent disciple and successor to Acharya Mahapragyaji dwelt upon the positive and negative emotions, which a human being experiences, of which the positive emotions lead him to a moral conduct and negative emotions distract him from the right path. The negative emotions predominate the positive ones, owing to paucity of resources to fulfil even the most fundamental needs of food, clothing and shelter.

He viewed morality as having three levels- normal, better and best. A person indulging himself in immoral activities undergoes moral erosion whereas a person not indulging himself in immoral activities engenders a healthy, peaceful and happy society. Establishment of moral values is the bedrock of a better society.



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