Economics Of Mahavira ► 02 ► [02.11] The Economic Concept of Development - Man's Preference

Posted: 31.12.2005

What are man's expectations today? It appears that in the age of robots and Computers, man should take the vow of silence and take shelter in a Himalayan cave. Man has worked very hard; perhaps, the moment to take rest has now come. Acharya has said it beautifully: all activities of man are motivated for a kilogram of rice. If rice were not needed there would probably be no need for activity. Under modern industrial development, money has become such a dominant factor that man has become secondary.

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