fruitive

fruitive

(ˈfruːtɪv)
adj
giving enjoyment; enjoying
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This feature served as the basis for the formation of adjectives with this suffix directly from the verbs, for example: birig 'fruitive' and beran 'to bear, to give birth'; firsumig 'careless' and firsumen 'to miss'; slafag 'sleepy'--sla[Florin] 'dream'--slafan 'to sleep'.
In the early 21st century, the energy put into fruitive work no longer ends in "fruitive" products; remarkably, people pay billions to create and maintain simulated farms on the internet.
I feel Krishna consciousness is a more broader term as compared to Hinduism, or what people perceive as Hinduism because Krishna consciousness deals with the ultimate perfection of life whereas Hinduism is more like karma kanda (fruitive activities), going to the temple every Saturday, asking for some benediction, but it never teaches you to inquire about God, the principles of life, what is human birth for, who are we, who is God....