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dattaswami
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6/25/2012 12:28:10 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
The Lord is controlling all the souls as per Veda "Aatmeshwaram", which means that all the souls are ruled by the Lord. Gita also says the same "Bhuthanaam Eeswarah". But this does not mean that there is no independence for the soul. When the king rules the kingdom, all the people in that kingdom are independent in their activities, but they are within the rules of the king. Thus a short span of independence in the human life exists under the control and supervision of the Lord.

A cat caught a rat by its jaws. It leaves the rat after a bite for a short span of time. In that span the rat gets independence and runs in any side as it likes. But the cat is watching the rat and catches it again whenever the rat is out of the limits of the supervision. Similarly the Lord called "Kaala" (death) catches a human being and bites. The bite is the illness of the human being. The repeated diseases are the repeated bites of the ‘Kaala" or the Lord.

During the bite the rat looses completely its independence. Similarly any human being, which is attacked by the disease becomes a patient and looses its independence completely. The cat plays with the rat for sometime like this and finally swallows the rat. Similarly, the human being is swallowed by the Lord at the end.

The whole creation itself is like a rat for the cat like Lord, which is told in Brahmasutra "Atta Charaachara Grahanaat". Thus the short span of independence of human beings under the supervision of the overall controlling Lord creates the full game and entertainment for the Lord.

Within the limits of the supervision of the cat, the rat will receive the result of the direction in which it runs. In one direction there may be fire and the rat may receive the heat. In another direction there may be cold water and the rat will receive the coolness in that direction. The rat is independent to receive the result of the direction and has full independence to go in any direction.

The final death of the rat shows that the rat is under the control of the cat during its choice of direction also, which is not interfered by the cat. Similarly the human life is with full of independence but the final end proves that the independence is under the control of the Lord. Yet, since there was no interference of the Lord during the human life, the human being receives the results according to its actions. Thus the "whole game is perfectly justified in any angle."
Gileandos
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6/25/2012 3:43:36 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
This is why I prefer Christianity, a belief based upon justification for belief.

As opposed to other philosophical belief sets that do not require justificiation:

Like most Hindu teachings lack justification for belief or
Atheism that lacks justification for a lack of belief.
dattaswami
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6/25/2012 9:05:39 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 6/25/2012 3:43:36 PM, Gileandos wrote:
This is why I prefer Christianity, a belief based upon justification for belief.
As opposed to other philosophical belief sets that do not require justificiation:
Like most Hindu teachings lack justification for belief or
Atheism that lacks justification for a lack of belief.

Reply: You go to any religion, God, His administration, spiritual content remains same. External form is different but internal God is same. So, the spiritual content also remains same.

Where is lack of logic in the above?

When the preacher, God is same in all the religions, how will there be lack of logic in one place and logical at other place?

Every religion states that their God only created this world. Unfortunately this world is one only and every God cannot create the same world. There are no many worlds to justify that each God created His own world. Therefore, any human being with an iota of commonsense has to agree that there is only one impartial God, who created this one world and He came in different forms to different countries and preached the same path in all the languages simultaneously at one time.