The Problem is Population

The problem, says Sadhguru, is not about parking, healthcare, or garbage, but about population. He explains that inclusion does not have to come from the biological connection of parenthood, as inclusion is just consciousness. If one is willing, he can live without any sense of boundary.


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The problem, says Sadhguru, is not about parking, healthcare, or garbage, but about population. He explains that inclusion does not have to come from the biological connection of parenthood, as inclusion is just consciousness. If one is willing, he can live without any sense of boundary.



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One thought on “The Problem is Population

  1. Though Sadguru’s suggestion is revolutionary, it doesn’t seem to be a scaleable or sustainable one. Why should some couples voluntarily choose to forgo while others continue to reproduce unrestrained? It should instead be about making every couple aware of the population problem and minimizing children to one per couple until population stabilizes (or even starts to decline). The keywords here are “fairness” and “sustainability”. Couples deciding to forgo children is not going to happen on any significant scale to cause an impact on population. But spreading awareness about sustainable reproduction that’s fair to everyone would have an far-reaching impact.

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