The Laws of Nature – An Infallible Justice
Why is one person rich and another poor, one an exploiter and another the exploited, one a victim and another the victimizer? The Laws of Nature : An Infallible Justice – FOR EVERY ACTION THERE IS AN EQUAL AND OPPOSITE REACTION.
The Laws of Nature – An Infallible Justice:
Table of Contents of The Laws of Nature – An Infallible Justice:
Chapter 1: God and the Law of Karma
Chapter 2: Bad Karma
Chapter 3: The Peace Formula
Krishna Consciousness At Home
Sanskrit Pronunciation Guide
What is ISKCON (The International Society for Krishna Consciousness)?
“Freedom” is a popular notion; we tend to think we’re “free,” that we can act as we like, and that our happiness is all that matters. The Laws of Nature; An Infallible Justice defines “freedom” differently. Here we’re given a bracing reminder of the interconnectedness of all life, and the natural laws that govern all our actions; whether we’re aware of them or not.
This short (97 pages) book presents the need for a connected, holistic worldview, and the profound benefits that come from acting with full awareness of our true selves, our place in the world, and the divine origins of both that world and ourselves.
Part One is a compilation of lectures that Srila Prabhupada gave on Sri Isopanishad in 1968. Self satisfaction is possible, he says, to the degree we acknowledge the Supreme Person as the ultimate supplier of everything.
Part Two is an excerpt from Kapiladeva’s description of karma—the universal law of action and reaction—found in the third canto of the Srimad Bhagavatam.
Part Three presents Srila Prabhupada’s commentary on the Bhagavad gita verse which he frequently promoted as the ultimate peace formula (5.29). Krishna says, “A person in full consciousness of Me, knowing Me to be the ultimate beneﬁciary of all sacriﬁces and austerities, the Supreme Lord of all planets and demigods, and the benefactor and well wisher of all living entities, attains peace from the pangs of material miseries.”
The source of our problem is the desire for sense gratification beyond the consideration of anyone else’s rights. These rights are the rights of the child in relation to the father. Every child has the right to share the wealth of his father. So creating a brotherhood of all creatures on earth depends on understanding the universal fatherhood of God.
Why do we misuse our independence? Because we are ignorant of our real nature. The first lesson of the Vedic wisdom is that we are not bodies but rather spirit souls—minute particles of consciousness dwelling within the body and animating it. Just as a car is a machine that allows a driver to travel from point A to point B, the body is a machine that allows the spirit soul to act and to experience sensations and thoughts within the Lord’s material nature. When we understand our true identity as spiritual beings, part and parcel of the Supreme Spirit, God, we understand that we are meant to serve Him just as the hand or foot serves the whole body.
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