An Indian mystic has asked the human race to replenish the world and leave it behind for future generations.
Sadhguru JV who is on his African tour was over the weekend talking to Alan Kasujja on “Directing Destiny” at Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo.
Sadhguru is a Yogi, Mystic, Visionary who founded Isha foundation a non-profit organisation that addresses aspects of human wellbeing through Yoga and outreach programs.
“We need to understand, we are just baton-carriers on this planet, ” he said.
“But we are living like we are the last generation here.”
Sadhguru called on the human race to replenish the planet for other generations.
“We must hand it over one step ahead.”
He said for example India has a 12,000-year history of Agriculture in the South.
People have done farming on the same piece of land for over 10,000 years.
He said the next 15 years will be a challenge in South India – because it has been destroyed.
“Machines do not replenish the soil. It’s animals, plants and trees.”
He said East Africa for example can be the food basket of the entire world.
“Taking charge of your destiny means, no matter what is thrown at you, you know how to make it a good thing for you and everyone.”
He said the fight in the world is not between good and evil. It is always between one man’s belief and another man’s belief.