Reader comment on Hazrat Inayat Khan's passage ...
On Feb 28, 2017 Ilonka wrote:|
I found this to be one of the most disappointing passages. Here comes a man with obviously a caring heart who wishes for everyone to share in on the bounty of the world, and the author compares this to a flat sounding piano music? We don't know what it would be like to share and be equally responsible for the resources of our beautiful planet. It might just turn out To be one of the most interesting symphonies ever. I conducted a survey once, were I asked participants if they'd rather be rich in the world of rich and poor, or would they rather be neither rich nor poor in a world where everyone shared resources equally. Everyone chose the second.
On Feb 28, 2017 Kristof wrote:
There is good in our hearts but at this point of time we still do not have or give enough the right education to the schools ,so what dominates is fear .The right kind of education is what we need for our goodness to grow and eventually make us free .