02 Nov 2020 Admin

Sanatana Dharma is the nearest science to any religious order or ordeal. But why such hatred towards it? Makes me think about the notion of a superior power of the anarchist who wants to control this beautiful life style to themselves treating others as in-equals making them as their slaves, brings the hatred. 

In the history of Gods, we have seen Gods have lived the life of a peasant or an ordinary person to deem liberation and equality amongst the people. Sadly in the name of the same Gods, inequality is spread and spurred to the roots of the communal to create a violent order. 

Why do we need a violent order? If all deem equal who will work for who? Who will clean the toilets? Who will lay the roads? Who will wash your clothes? Who will be your chauffeur? Who will be your butler? Who will be the king? Who will be the queen? Who will be the leader?

A violent order is deemed necessary to create a leader. Every leader of the time of the violent years in this earth is termed as Gods. Every God is so powerful that he would punish the evil using nature only after the necessary evil is done or further more. The heavenly beings eventually destroy only the evils who doesn’t follow the orders of the notions of the anarchist. The Gods created this world and the other worlds to protect the anarchist who happens to have the highest authority over anything and anyone in terms of being born as one to rule the others, who are being born to serve them as slaves due to their karma for the sins committed in their previous life. 

If not for this inequality, Sanatana Dharma is the best of the life style to be followed as dharma. How can we overcome this inequality? When you have conscience, you will understand what is equal and what is not. 

There are flaws, which any selfish person of the past would have done it for their personal gains, which has no meaning to the mythology but the core concept would lead you to a better understanding which the Atman (“The true self of an individual beyond identification with phenomena, the essence of an individual”) would lead you to understand. 

In Santana Dharma you are deemed as a God, the inner self is the good and the evil. The more you feed the inner self with good, you will become the God you deem it to be. The more the evil you feed, the more the evil you become. Anyone with this notion can become an Atman eventually leading to become an Atma (“Liberated soul”) of this universe. 

From Bhagavad Gita, 

Whatever happened, happened for the good. 
Whatever is happening, is happening for the good. 
Whatever will happen, will also happen for the good.
What have you lost for which you weep?
What did you bring with you, which you have lost?
What did you produce, which has perished?
You did not bring anything when you were born.
Whatever you have taken, it is taken from Here.
Whatever you have given, it is given Here.
You came empty handed and you will go the same way.
Whatever is yours today, will be somebody else's tomorrow
And it will be some others' later.
This is the law of the universe
And the theme behind my creation.

Start treating everyone equal, for there is; no one is above no one. Because you are one of the Gods of the Gods.

There is nothing lost or wasted in life,
Sivaraj Parameswaran