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Morbidity of media dr shriniwas kashalikar


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Morbidity of media dr shriniwas kashalikar

  2. 2. Media constitute the eyes of the human society, which is akin to a human being. In Marathi and Sanskrit this is called SAMAJPURUSHA. The media personnel constitute the nerves in these eyes. The health of these nerves and eyes determines what the society sees, how it feels and the way in which it responds! Today; these eyes are exposed to enormous stress and strain due to rapidly changing, complicated and hence confusing and disturbing events in the world! The conscience of the society is the brain of the SAMAJPURUSHA and intends to instruct the nerves and the eyes to maintain their health so that the whole
  3. 3. SAMJPURUSHA sees, feels and responds appropriately. The conscience of the society further feels that this is possible through the practice of NAMASMARAN! The media people would find it easier to get motivated and practice NAMASMARAN and overcome the infectious morbidity; if large majority in the world exercises its right and privilege to practice NAMSMARAN according the particular beliefs and traditions! DR. SHRINIWS KASHALIKAR