It is really a pain, that may persist long, to know about the failure of
technological growth cannot be replaced by human values. This pathetic
situation arises among the human species only inspite of the sixth sense
bestowed by God.Again this confirms that our species carried away far from
the basic values ,taking shelter under a false pride of misplaced
technological and religious supremacy.
Why should nations spend so much of valuable time energy and resources and
funds, when their people want only a meagure shelter, food and clothing? God
Humans, QUO Vadis?
I fully agree with Kisanji and all the majority of thepublic all over the
>From: "kisan mehta" <kisansbc@...>
>To: <gaia-members@...>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
><email@example.com>, "IFOAM Head Office" <Headoffice@...>,
>CC: "Aditi Mehta" <iaditimehta@...>, "priya salvi"
><priya_salvi@...>, "Harshad Kamdar" <hjk@...>
>Subject: [sustran] Attack on Humanity
>Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 06:02:30 +0530
>Our heartfelt sympathies to those who lost their dear ones
>and to those injured for no fault of theirs or of the victims.
>Terrorism has assumed such a giganmtic proportion that no
>body can for certain say as to when and how it will strike
>and who would be the victims.
>Some countries like India, Sri Lanka. erstwhile parts of the
>disintegrated USSR and its former friends have been facing
>and suffering from terrorism and other violence in which
>common man loses his life.
>The outrage in Washington and New York has exploded the
>myth that super interlligence, surveilance or higher strike
>capability can protect anybody on this earth.
>It sometimes looks like that less than humane activities and
>approach to all create tensions that are misdirected to
>such extreme acts. Widening gaps between the rich
>and the poor - individuals, family, communities and nations
>end up in tensions that become irreconcilable and then
>in showing up in places and situations far away from the
>people and policies responsible for creating tensions.
>Let us learn from whatever has happened to the mightiest
>power this globe has witnessed to develop a more
>humane approach to our fellow human beings. Taking
>revenge is not the way out. Deepest sympathies.
>Kisan Mehta mailto:kisansbc@...
>620 Jame Jamshed Road, Dadar East,
>MUMBAI 400 014 India
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