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“The bhogis are the karmis, those who are working very hard to exploit the resources of the material nature, like the scientists, for example, who are doing research to further such exploitation. Their intention, actually, is to steal. On the other hand, the tyagis, those who are unable to steal, have a ‘sour grapes’ philosophy: ‘Oh, these things are useless. There is no need of them.’ Mostly, of course, people are bhogis; that is, they are trying to use everything to enjoy sense gratification. But still there are those who are baffled in sense gratification and who therefore say, ‘No, no, we don't need these things.’” (Shrla Prabupada, Teachings of Queen Kunti, Ch 21 Purport)

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