WRITER'S POINT OF VIEW

This is just my opinion !

BELIEVE IN KARMA ( prarabdha)

Prarabdha is that portion of the past karma which is responsible for the present body. That portion of the sanchita karma which influences human life in the present incarnation is called prarabdha. It is ripe for reaping. It cannot be avoided or changed.The law of karma is a hope...If you are living a poor, miserable life, the law of karma says it is because in a past life you committed evil acts. If somebody is enjoying good health, money and power, he has done good deeds in a past life and now he is reaping the crop. But why so much distance between sowing the seeds and reaping the crop?

TRY BECOMING VEGETARIAN

Vegetarians and vegans can expect more energy, lower chances of heart disease, cancer and diabetes, shiny hair, great nails and even better sleep, just to mention a few. Of course, with the good comes a little of the bad: like a need to be more focused on your protein intake, your vitamin D and iron It can be one of the healthiest ways to eat, because we know plant foods are loaded with nutrients to protect our health.” According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, an evidence-based review showed that a vegetarian diet is associated with a lower risk of death from ischemic heart disease.

SUCCESS NEEDS WILL POWER

You need to have self-control and willpower to reach your goal. No matter what you seek —material gains or spiritual success, a sankalpa shakti or willpower seems indispensable. Vedas highlight the importance of willpower. Rig Veda says, “He (God) alone by His imagination created something from nothing — by His willpower. And this way, the first soul took birth.”


BELIEVE IN KARMA ( prarabdha)

Prarabdha is that portion of the past karma which is responsible for the present body. That portion of the sanchita karma which influences human life in the present incarnation is called prarabdha. It is ripe for reaping. It cannot be avoided or changed.The law of karma is a hope...If you are living a poor, miserable life, the law of karma says it is because in a past life you committed evil acts. If somebody is enjoying good health, money and power, he has done good deeds in a past life and now he is reaping the crop. But why so much distance between sowing the seeds and reaping the crop?

To me, certainly each action has its result, but not somewhere far away in a future life. The action and the result are continuous, of one process. When you are kind to someone, don’t you feel a certain joy? Have you ever felt contentment when you are angry, when you hurt somebody?The law of karma is something psychological: neither legal, nor social, nor moral, but something psychological. Whatever you do contains in itself its consequence.It does not matter whether you call it good or bad, because what you call it — good or bad — will depend upon your conditioning.If you really want to know what the act brings, then you have to drop your psychology; then you will know the law of karma — not before that.