aham sarvasya prabhavo

mattah sarvam pravartati

iti matva bhajante mam

budha bhava-samanvitah


Krishna says I am the source of the world and everything emanates from me. So the wise people worship me and get devoted to me with all attentions.


In Upanishad it is mentioned Brahma is present in all living beings, which is immortal and it changes the body through rebirth. Even it is mentioned, human can take birth of any animal or plant or microorganism in next birth.


Always in this country, we have believed in divinity, divinity in everything, even in plants, animals, nature, rivers, mountains, sun, moon every where. While Hiranya Kashyap had asked his son that whether god is available on doorstep, and he said yes, God had come out from there and killed him.


We think this world as Mother Earth and we all are her children. God is the controller of all divinity in this world and guides us towards it. Being compassionate for all the living beings in this world, being concerned for preservation of natural resources like air, water and earth is our natural responsibility.


The need for collaborations among all, human, plant, animal, natural resources, environment etc because of interdependancy on each other for the natural survival makes them responsible and respectful for all.


The Community, the society connects the generations to those beliefs and thoughts, so without being literate, without understanding science and the impact of deforestation, water pollution, air pollution, whole human race tries to protect it naturally as the part of life.


Somewhere it is mentioned that world is real, some have said sustenance and dissolution are real. Few opinions are there about the purpose of the world, but all of them are said to be the super imposition of Atman.


The sustenance of this globe is possible through universal resilience through compassion, trust, empathy and respect.


Our peace mantra is the key for Universal Resilience and Harmony in the World.


Sarbe Bhabantu Sukhinah, Sarbesantu Nira Maya.

Sarbe Bhadrani Pasyantu, Ma kaschit Dukha Bhagbhabet.


“I bow my head in reverence to our ancestors for their sense of the beautiful in nature and for their foresight in investing beautiful manifestations of Nature with religious significance.”

Mahatma Gandhi


Happy World Environment Day, Let us Celebrate Our existence in the world with mutual respect for each other ……..


Published On: June 4, 2020397 wordsCategories: Uncategorized13 Comments
Think Education IV : Education and Human Consciousness



  1. Unknown June 5, 2020 at 3:50 am - Reply

    Nice words, happy environment day.
    World Environment Day will keep reminding us of the wrong we did to our environment and the right we need to do to correct it all.
    U P Singh

  2. Unknown June 5, 2020 at 4:50 am - Reply

    Truth of the Human Existence

  3. Arun Ray June 5, 2020 at 5:43 am - Reply

    Higher level of consciousness liberates one from this mundane world. Thought provoking ideas…

  4. Dr. Benu Gopal Mohapatra June 5, 2020 at 6:05 am - Reply

    Another beautiful article started with a journey from Mythological era till today truly pronouncing a slogan " Save Environment, Save Earth". It's unimaginable the way the author correlates and presents everything in such a magnificent manner. As rightly said by David J. Schwartz, I quote " Those who believe they can move mountains, do. Those who believe they can't, cannot".

  5. Dr Ashok Kumar Sahoo June 5, 2020 at 5:35 pm - Reply

    Author beautifully explained: Universal resilience through compassion, trust, empathy and respect. let us celebrate with mutual respect.
    Indeed a great write up with high level of thinking based on mutual respect for sustenance.

  6. Unknown June 5, 2020 at 6:06 pm - Reply

    Really a nice article worth reading. Author presented the reality of world and the governing factors for its existence which we have to obey and follow. Each and every statement of the author's presentation need to be practiced in real life scenario.

    Article appreciated by me : Mrutyunjay Jena

  7. BIRANCHI DAS June 6, 2020 at 10:31 am - Reply

    Well defined. After going through the article one can easily understand the importance and necessary of the Environment in everyone's life. The article shows a path to live a healthy and prosperous lifestyle.

  8. Unknown June 6, 2020 at 11:10 am - Reply

    Very Introspective and worth reading message on the "World Environment Day". Universal resilience, as exemplified in the article really show us the path actually we should look upon to save our own Mother Earth.

  9. Unknown June 6, 2020 at 11:11 am - Reply

    Very Introspective and worth reading message on the "World Environment Day". Universal resilience, as exemplified in the article really show us the path actually we should look upon to save our own Mother Earth.
    Sanjib Moulick

  10. Samaresh Mishra June 7, 2020 at 1:45 pm - Reply

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  11. Samaresh Mishra June 7, 2020 at 1:46 pm - Reply

    Congratulation on this post.. You have beautifully explained and reminded the need for collaborations among all living and natural resources with mutual respect for a sustainable future of humanity…. Now it is the responsibility of each and every individual to protect our environment..Nicely written

  12. Biswabandita June 12, 2020 at 5:45 pm - Reply

    A beautiful combination of all living and non-livings, the truth of mother earth. The article is well focussed on resource management through dedication and devotion.

  13. Prof. Dr. S. K. Baral June 13, 2020 at 2:24 pm - Reply

    Togetherness is a hugely important aspect of life. It gives us security, much-needed support and a sense of belonging, and encourages us to love one another. The author has nicely explained the facts of life to live together to share and care each other. (Prof. S. K. Baral, IGNTU, Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh)


Sasmita Samanta

Prof. Sasmita Samanta is an accomplished academician and administrator with more than two and half decades of experience in strategizing excellence in professional and technical education. Currently she wears the mantle of Professor of Management and Vice-Chancellor of KIIT Deemed to be University.

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