From Jedi Master@21:1/5 to All on Thu Nov 17 12:18:18 2022
“The earth is the property of God, but we, the living entities, especially the so-called civilized human beings, are claiming God’s property as our own, under both an individual and collective false conception. If you want peace, you have to remove
this false conception from your mind and from the world.”
The great mistake of modern civilization is to encroach upon others’ property as though it were one’s own and to thereby create an unnecessary disturbance of the laws of nature. These laws are very strong. No living entity can violate them. Only one
who is Kṛṣṇa conscious can easily overcome the stringency of the laws of nature and thus become happy and peaceful in the world.
As a state is protected by the department of law and order, so the state of Universe, of which this earth is only an insignificant fragment, is protected by the laws of nature. This material nature is one of the different potencies of God, who is the
ultimate proprietor of everything that be. This earth is, therefore, the property of God, but we human beings are caiming God’s property as our own, under both an individual and collective false conception. If you want peace, you have to remove this
false conception from your mind and from the world. This false claim of proprietorship by the human race on earth is partly or wholly the cause of all disturbances of peace on earth.
Foolish and so-called civilized men are claiming proprietary rights on the property of God because they have now become godless. You cannot be happy and peaceful in a godless society. When the people of the world know this as the formula for peace, it
is then and there that peace will prevail.
If you want peace at all, you will have to change your consciousness into GOD consciousness, both individually and collectively, by the simple process of chanting the holy name of God. This is a standard and recognized process for achieving peace in the
world in all monotheistic religions. We therefore recommend that everyone become God conscious by glorifying congregationally and individually the holy names of God in mantra and prayer.