In this world of infinite "Time and Space", if you could not decipher the rationale of your 6 feet long body coming into existence for about 60 years, then whatever you did, learnt or achieved is all useless.
In existence, nothing is futile if embraced from the depths of mind as per the need of time. That is why; Hindu gods and deities loved every creation of nature. Then, in order to hide their weaknesses, the abstinence of which things are being termed as religion by these Hindu sannyasins?
Every 100 years a crowd of 5 billion people is born, whereas in 100 years hardly 500 people are born with awareness. Now you have to decide, whether you want to remain a part of the crowd and die; or create your own identity and become immortal in history forever.
What is religion? The science of mind and life. Who are Buddha, Krishna and Christ? The doctors of our mind and life.
Our energy level decides which state of mind we will live in. More the energy accumulated in us...deeper the state of mind we begin to dwell in.
It is against nature to pre-decide, what is to be done the next moment. But surprisingly, people even decide right from what they aspire to become in future to when should they visit temples and observe fasts. Now, if you act so much against nature, of course you will have to bear the brunt of it.
Is there a rebirth or reincarnation? Definitely yes... But according to the law of nature, if you do not exist at all, then you cannot be 'born'; and if you exist, you cannot be destroyed.
No matter how powerful the person is, however great are his feelings for you... or even if you consider him God; he too, does not hold the authority to guarantee you a permanent solution for your peace, happiness and prosperity.
How intelligent are you, can be known by the amount of unexpected happenings in your life.
The value of human life lies in doing your "karma" and as long as we are alive, there is absolutely no question of shirking from your duties and responsibilities. Hence, escaping karma and escaping life, both are essentially the same.
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