Do you find the Hare Krishna belief system worthwhile?

  • For it's followers, yes

    It is pretty arrogant to say that a certain belief system is not worthwhile. I personally do not agree with the Hare Krishna belief system, but that does not mean it is not worthwhile for the people that do practice it. Belief systems help people to explain the world and should be respected.

  • Belief is worth it

    A main point for the Hare Krishna is To systematically propagate spiritual knowledge to society at large and to educate all people in the techniques of spiritual life in order to check the imbalance of values in life and to achieve real unity and peace in the world. It's hard to say if they put it into practice, but this is a great opinion for the world.

  • It is mainstream.

    Yes, I find the Hare Krishna belief system worthwhile, because on its surface, the things that it purports to believe are actually quite mainstream. Hare means "the one who is all-knowing." Krishna means "God." A search for the all-knowing God is a worthwhile search. In its purist form, the Hare Krishna belief system is worthwhile.

  • Yes,the Hare Krishna belief system is worthwhile.

    Yes,the hare Krishne belief system is worthwhile.It's not for one person to say whether a whole belief system is worthwhile or not.We are to assume that all systems are valid for different individuals depending on what their heart and mind is telling them.Even if a person does not agree with the Hare Krishnas belief system they should still see it as worthwhile.

  • Yes It Is

    I believe the Hare Krishna belief system is worthwhile. While it doesn't follow all Hindu tenets it follows some good parts of the religion and brings people to a place of better peach and understanding. When a religion does this it is automatically worth while. I wouldn't personally join, but that's not an indication that it's bad.

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