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Why people don't shy away from doing wrong

We were taught in early childhood that we would reap what we sow, then why is it that the Good ones turn bad and the bad ones turn worse?

Published: 04th March 2017 03:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th March 2017 03:52 AM   |  A+A-

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We were taught in early childhood that we would reap what we sow, then why is it that the Good ones turn bad and the bad ones turn worse? Despite the law of karma being in operation, why do people not shy away from doing wrong? This lack of fear has thus resulted in a world where people with low morals are holding high positions and in contrast, law abiding persons are often seen suffering.

We all know that whenever a soul commits a sin, it repays in the form of suffering in that birth itself or in the following births. It is said that every saint has a past and every sinner has a future. However going by the law of karma, the saint must have done several good deeds in the past to reach a stage of such a spiritual elevation, likewise the criminal too will surely bear suffering in the future for the crimes that he is committing at present.

This also brings us to the conclusion that the initiation of the soul into evil and the formation of the sanskars render the soul capable of more sins and drain it of its energy to do the right. This causes the world drama cycle to undergo a downfall. Now as it has reached the end of Iron Age from the most elevated time of Golden Age, it is totally in a dilapidated form as it has become old and everyone is settling their karmic accounts.

It is this time when Almighty descends on this earth to transform this world from the old to the new, to change it from hell to heaven.

He is currently performing his highest divine task of heralding a new dawn by giving his beloved children the right knowledge so that they can settle their past accounts well and naturally keep away from further indulgence in vices. So let us all come together to receive the nectar of divine knowledge from HIM and burn away our sins and transform our old sanskars from their very root to attain the immortal stage of divinity.

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