Monday, 17 February 2014

JUSTICE DONE

I just read a beautiful post by Hiro Bachani on FB.

Hiro Bachani shared Karthika Nair's photo.

another twist in the saying "be careful what you ask for"

There is a story that a yogi once sat on a rock for ten years praying to God to appear before him. Finally God appeared in the form of Vishnu. God spoke to the yogi and offered him any boon he would like. The yogi replied that he would like justice. Vishnu answered that he had many better things to offer that would be much more enjoyable. The yogi was adamant that he wanted only justice. Finally, in frustration Vishnu said: “All right, may the rock now sit on you for ten years.” 

This raises the next question: “Who or what in Nature is giving us the reactions of our karma from day to day and life to life?” Every answer to such an ultimate question comes to us as a description of something we cannot completely see. We are surrounded by a mysterious universe, which feeds and cares for us in ways that cannot be understood by scientific explanations of the outward processes. The ultimate questions of life are about its purpose not merely its process. 
Again, Vedic astrology is a bridge between the realms of visible and invisible reality.
"Another twist in the saying "Be careful what you ask for."

There is a story that a yogi once sat on a rock for ten years praying to God to appear before him. 
Finally God appeared in the form of Vishnu. God spoke to the yogi and offered him any boon he would like. 
The yogi replied that he would like justice. 
Vishnu answered that he had many better things to offer that would be much more enjoyable. 
The yogi was adamant that he wanted only justice. 
Finally, in frustration Vishnu said: “All right, may the rock now sit on you for ten years.”


Frightening, right, if God was to deem justice is done!

On a lighter tone, I had read that an adult apprehended a young lad who was torturing a toad. The man told the boy to refrain from hurting the amphibian. He started to talk about the boys action and the possible effects in his next birth. He explained to the boy the law of karma - having to pay for one's deeds.

The boy listened out and finally spoke. "Yes I know. In my last birth I was a toad and he (the toad) had tortured me!"

The boy cunningly replied that it was pay back time.



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