The USA is known to be the head monetary power on the planet. It is propelled by the soul of the business enterprise, and it leads the world into streams of income and mechanical advancement. There are various open doors for development from every side of this immense country. Los Angeles is also the third-biggest commercial urbanized zone on the planet. It is a common center point for global exchange, production, innovation, excitement, and design. The environment is very suitable for hosting fantastic scene for a financial forum.
Speech by Tulsi Gabbard at the WHEF
Tulsi Gabbard was able to avail her presence at the World Hindu Economic Forum where she spoke on “Finding Happiness and Success Through Karma Yoga” She also said Mahatma Gandhi had shown us that, an ideal approach to discover yourself is to free yourself from the control of other persons. According to her, “I believe that we cannot overcome the divisive challenges facing our communities, countries, and the world if we do not recognize and respect all others as children of God, despite our differences of nationality, race, ethnicity, religion, and so forth.”
The first youngest United States Representative who comes from Hawaii clarified the more profoundly the importance of Aloha. Aloha is an excellent Hawaiian word regularly used to make proper acquaintance and farewell. Welcome anybody by the word ‘Aloha’ means you are saying, ‘I am coming to you with a free mind and adoration.’ She said, “It is recognition of our interconnectedness, which we are all eternal souls and part of one family. This spirit of Aloha is important at a time when we see such divisiveness, bigotry, fear and persecution around the world.”
Tulsi went ahead to further her discussion by expanding on “servant-leadership” a theme that she talks about in major conferences that she has been. The topic has become her favorite. In her speech, she said “For you, as executives and renowned businessmen and women, and for me as a person in political life, it is especially important to make sure that we never forget that we are servants of God and the people, not the master. Sometimes when people get into positions of power, they forget who they are. But if every day you remember God and remember your relationship with Him, that you’re His servant and not the master, then you won’t get swept away by the trappings of power. This is the attitude of a karma yoga practitioner: I live to serve—not be served.”
The Discussion of Guru Swami Vigyananand at WHEF
Master Swami Vigyananand talked about undoing the many clichés identified with the development of riches and the function of riches in Hindu dharma. According to his words, “We must break free from the shackles of individual brilliantness and graduate to collective success.”