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Divine Love and bad conditions of life of incarnated people

"It is not God's task to ensure paradise for people on Earth... For the sake of saving our souls, God sends pain to our bodies. And we must learn to understand Him and be grateful to Him for these lessons and prompts, for His help."

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Divine Love and bad conditions of life of incarnated people
 
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Question: The Bhagavad Gita states that God sends sinners to incarnate into increasingly worse conditions. How does it accord with your statement of ďtotalityĒ of the Divine Love?

Answer: Yes, there exist ascending and descending streams of the Divine Evolution.

So, when some of us move toward more suffering ó whose fault is it? Only their own! Not Godís at all! For people create their destinies themselves!

It is not Godís task to ensure paradise for people on the Earth. And God is also not our servant, who must satisfy our desires.

All the time God offers each of us the opportunity to advance along the ascending Path. But whether to advance or not is up to us to decide.

How can God teach us to move in the required direction, in complying with the universal laws, toward our own happiness? Through a word? But people were told about this numerous times, still they do not comply. Through the blessing grace of the Holy Spirit? But are there many people who aspire to this? The only means that remains is ó through pain, which we experience, when we go in the wrong direction or do wrong things.

For the sake of saving us as souls, God sends pain to our bodies. And we have to learn to understand Him and be grateful to Him for these lessons and prompts, for His help.

But let us get back to your question. In what should we see Godís Love, when He makes stubborn sinners incarnate into situations of increasing suffering?

My answer is the following. When the pain is slight, we do not pay much attention to it. But when the pain is great, we start thinking about the cause of this pain and begin to look for the way out. And if we find it, the despair due to ours recognizing the current miserable state can be of enormous help to us. The emotion of despair provides us with energy and power needed to extricate ourselves!

 

 
 

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