Gaur Gopal Das Speech: The Tree of Life

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Gaur Gopal Das Speech: The Tree of Life

Learn English with Gaur Gopal. The analogy of the tree of life – the roots, the trunk, and the crown, delivered by His Holiness Gaur Gopal Prabhu at the Radiant Wellness Conclave 2016. Gaur Gopal Das is a personal coach, monk, lifestyle & motivational strategist, sharing deeper spiritual insights with the world. Enjoy our Speeches with subtitles, and keep your English learning journey.


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“It is my great honor and pleasure… privileged to be amongst all of you here this evening… Oh, this afternoon, I am still in Germany!

I travel a lot, and I see that every country has a USP, a unique selling proposition. When we talk about the United States of America, it has a USP: Liberty, freedom, comfort for the citizens.

When we talk about the United Kingdom, it has a USP: Royalty, the supremacy of the Queen. When we travel to Japan, Japan has a USP: technology. You travel to the Middle East; the Middle East has a USP: Oil.

And when we talk about India, India also has a USP, a unique selling proposition, something that all of us are known for.

Sometimes they say, how do you recognize an Indian? An Indian is known by a man or a lady who will use the shampoo till the last bit by putting water to the bottle.

How do you recognize an Indian? You would know an Indian by a man or a lady who will use the belan, the rolling pin, to squeeze the last bit of the toothpaste out of the toothpaste.

How do you recognize an Indian? An Indian is a person who gives another person a missed call, that culture doesn’t exist in the world. There’s nothing like a missed call in the world, by the way, ladies and gentlemen.

How do you know an Indian? You would know an Indian by a person who will use a T-shirt till there’s a hole in it. And once it’s unusable in the day, because there is a hole in it, you would probably start using it in the night. And if it’s still not usable in the night any longer, you keep it for Holi. And if it’s not even usable for Holi, then you’ll use it as pocha (mop). Then you know for sure you know then that you are truly an Indian.

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we are known for our sparing nature, no wonder a lot of people of this world are super-wealthy, in this country are super-wealthy.

India is known for Bollywood. India is known for its cricket. India is known for its beautiful architecture, magnificent edifices. India is known for its Himalayas. India’s known for its literary contributions. India is known to be a developing economy now. Indeed, India is known for many, many things.

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