Who's Poorer? (House, Home, Hotel)

A cyber-devotee writes to Gurudeva about his concerns over the poor. It troubles him to see them on the streets and read of their struggles. But Gurudeva has yet another different perspective to offer on the homeless. He asks us to ponder deeply what it is that really makes a home and a family. A big expensive house is often not a home at all.

Photo of  Gurudeva
We make very little progress when we strive to conquer these baser instincts in a good mood. However, vast strides are possible when we are miserable and work with ourselves to replace our misery with joy and understanding.
—Gurudeva