Employee Employer & Superliving Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar
Quite a lot has been written on the relationship
between employers and the employees.
In today’s world this relationship is found to
vary from company to mill, village to city,
public sector to private sector, farm laborers to
quarry workers and from contract labor to
permanent employees with their respective
employers. In short; class division as well as the
caste distinction have become considerably
The working class has become quite
heterogeneous and also full of contradictions; in
terms of priorities and interests of different
groups of workers. A particular policy benefits
some sections of working class and harms the
interests of the other sections simultaneously.
This is especially evident in case of working
class of affluent countries and that of developing
countries. The financial benefits tend to go to
the working class of affluent countries at the cost
of working class of the developing countries.
These facts however, are ignored, neglected,
unnoticed, unattended to or NOT resolved for
one reason or another! Because of this, the
movements of the working class have not been
able to succeed adequately in making the human
society more just.
This is largely because they have not adequately
developed their strategies on the background of
the vision of nonsectarian global welfare.
The solution to this can come with inner growth
and emergence of global perspective, which can
emerge from Namasmaran, which according to
great seers can free the society divided into
classes into truly unified and classless society.
The inner unity; when and if unraveled; can lead
to external unity envisaged in the concepts of the
Mere hatred and antipathy on the one hand and
sectarian and individualistic petty pursuits on the
other; can not help any class.
The opportunist and selfish pursuits or
materialistic considerations of the present
leadership of establishment as well as working
class; and the sense of helplessness and apathy
of the land-less laborers, child laborers and such
others, can be overcome, through Namasmaran;
which is preached for centuries and which can be
compared to light, which is indispensable
irrespective of the types of residence (a palace, a
bungalow or a hut). It has the capacity to endow
the cultural profundity which in itself is an
effective and powerful weapon that can be used
by those interested in true welfare of the
mankind irrespective of whether they belong to
the side of employers or employees and make
This can be realized more fully by the practice of
Namasmaran and not otherwise.
Intellectually however; one can imagine how by
Namasmaran one can become more objective,
and thereby more beneficial to greater sections
of society and how thereby one can gain
undefeatable strength in his efforts to free
himself as well as the ailing mankind both
materially and spiritually.
DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR