Q: Jean-Paul Sartre is saying, “Essence of reality is scarcity, a universal and eternal lacking. There isn't enough of anything in this world to go around. Not enough food, not enough love, not enough justice, and never enough time." What woul be your response to that? — Shudra is one who laments. One who accepts this world as all in all will have to lament. — The only shortage in this world is Krishna-katha. — There is no political, social, financial or religious system that can alter human exploitative nature. — “How can God allow this?” — Freedom means the right to do wrong. — Education is not the solution. — “In the world of exploitation what is scarce?— Dedication. And dedication is synonymous with devotion.” — Intense devotion of the Braja-gopis: the blink of an eye is intolerable. — Braja-gopis can not be satisfied by any amount of union. — The longer and deeper heart sentiment occurs due to separation. — Radharani's “standard” of Krishna. — Ratha-yatra. — Vrindavaneshvari. — The duty of being a good consumer. — Knots of exploiting tendencies should be broken to release the flow of heart.