Sunday, December 16, 2012

our karmas n future life....



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Each of us know this fact that decay and death are inevitable.....We all very well know that our Karmas(deeds) would bring us befitting rewards or punishments depending upon their nature and intentions, as there is this common saying "as you sow, so shall you reap"...

But the unfortunate part is that even after knowing all this, most of us use our powers and influences for the destruction of our opponents n competitors. Actually we forget that there could be reprisals.... And that too these reprisals may not be from the victim only but from the Almighty himself. After all God is  the great paymaster.

Even history has so many evidences and we can very well see that whoever looted the masses and deprived them of their lives, properties and dignity, they never lived in peace in the latter stages of their lives.....

For example, "Alexander the Great" invaded India and conquered it with the help of his men(that include the traitors of our nation). He looted the masses and butchered thousands of innocent people....After all his ill-doing in the most prosperous nation of those times, he left India and fell sick while he was going home in Macedonia  and even the best medicines could not cure him.... His mother called the doctors treating him and asked about the reason of his son not getting any relief from the disease. The learned doctor took her to the sea beach and threw a dose of medicine in the ocean water. The water frozen within few seconds, then the doctor told the queen that "see even this strong medicine is not giving any relief to your son and he did not have any medicine better than this."...... In fact so intense was his dysentery that he could not survive for long due the severity of the disease..... What I mean to say is that even "Alexander the Great" was not spared by the Almighty for his wrong done.


In fact each and every religion support this theory that we all have to pay for our sins one way or other. But unfortunately we the human(so called) does not understand this fact and resorts to all kinds of immoral activities for making money and getting whatever we aspire to get. Since time immemorial, man has been ruling with the help of  the 'swords n guns' and has exploited his weak counterpart by overlooking the fact that diseases, loss in business, accidents, natural calamities are the natural sequels of his karmas. May be perhaps we forget that our every misdeed or good deed would be judged by the Almighty.

In short, our action shapes our life to come. So all of us must beware that we build our future life in the right way. So let our field of life be sown with the seeds of good deeds, so that we may reap a rich harvest of happiness.....!!!


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68 comments:

  1. Hmm... same count leo tolestoy stated, "ammassing too much wealth leads to evil, it means depriving others from their rightful shares"..

    Well narrated post... we must recall this whenever we misguided to any evil.. may god protect us from evils.. ever and forever.. Aameen!

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    1. Aameen....

      Thanks for stoping by Aadil....:)

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  2. It is a very wise thought indeed...

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  3. I wish people understand it. I believe in this theory. The good you do comes back to you and vice versa is also true. Thought provoking write-up.

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    1. Glad to have you here Saru....how are you doing ??

      Seems you were on a break....welcome back :)

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    2. Yeah I was on a break. It's good to be back and read some of the beautiful blogs :)

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    3. good to see you again...take care :)

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  4. "What goes around, comes around" applies to such cases, therefore, we must re-position ourselves toward the righteous path - where no trace of selfishness is found.
    If we are defiant, then there is natural negative result in this world, and the punishment is ready as soon as we die.
    And then, we stay in very tough state (of actively getting punished) till the day of judgement would actually arrive. That day Almighty God would throw us in the Hell fire due to bad deeds we committed throughout our worldly life.

    *******We better be aware!

    Thanks for eye-opener post IRFAN bhai.

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    1. May Almighty Allah keep us all away from that fire, Aameen.

      THanks for the read Tariq bhai....!!

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  5. DEC 17 is my day of starting worldly life IRFAN bhai-this reminds me of the "scary picture ahead" of the worldly life as gradually we are getting closer to the END of Life reality. But people are so brave to celebrate the b.day despite its scary end.

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    1. thats very true Tariq bhai...perhaps we are so much inspired(ill-inspired) by the influence of this so called modern culture that we don't even remember the life after death....and the one who remember this ultimate truth, he/she never falls in such unholy acts....i wish more n more people start thinking like you...Aameen.

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  6. very nice post and i agree to every word.really we always construct our future with our karma at paresent.

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    1. I am glad you liked it.

      THank you Renu ji :)

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  7. In Hindi too there is a saying which means if you plant the cactus, how can you expect mangoes as the fruit when the plant grows! The deeds always come back to bring appropriate results:)

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    1. and it says "boye ped babool ke to aam kahaan se khaaye " :)

      Thanks for the visit Rahul Sir :)

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  8. I totally believe in this.. Nothing can go wrong with a person who is good..

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    1. exactly...thats what i feel.

      thank you for stopping by Sonia :)

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  9. quite true; as u sow so shall u reap. Although there is another aspect to it sometimes "the end justifies the means" I speak on that in one of my recent posts (dec 7) in case u visit Titled In Love and In War

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    1. just read your post there Jerly and i think, i agree with you that one has to be practical at times but again when someone is fighting against some evil he/she shouldn't bother or think about the outcome, thats how i feel...:)

      BTW thanks for sparing your time and reading this post.

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  10. Intriguing post, Irfan ji. I don't agree with 100% of it but the principle is sound.

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    1. Thanks for the read, difeerence of opinions can always be there....and as always I respect your views Sunil bhai :)

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  11. Very well written! Whatever it might be, I work base on my conscience.

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    1. Thank you Jeevan and one must listen to his/her conscience.....

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    1. after a long gap Ruchi....where you have been..how are you doing ??

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  13. Very true. We reap as we sow. And the harvest is usually commensurate with the actions. Good post, Irfan.

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    1. Thank you Shah Nawaz and welcome here at my space, looking forward to see you again here :)

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  15. True. Despite knowing that we have to pay for all our sins, people resort to the most inhumane activities. but someone above is watching it all.

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    1. i wish we all remember about HIM, who is watching it all and that itself will stop us from most of those inhumane things we do....

      Thank you Ashwini :)

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  16. loved your flawless writing! should fear of God be the only deterrent?

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    1. well, it may not be the only but a major one...
      and thanks for stopping by :)

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  17. Beautifully written about the truth, people forget it when living...

    also thanks for visiting my blog and inspiring comment

    thanks

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    1. glad you liked it krishna :)

      and its all my pleasure, you have a wonderful space there, looking forward to read you more :)

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  18. Nobody thinks about karma nowadays... Nicely written...

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    1. and thats why we pay for it, in due coarse of time.... thank you.

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  19. A very wise and well narrated thought Irfan. But that's the difficult part- to focus on karma.

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    1. unfortunately most of the noble things are difficult for us....but we must rememeber that there is no other way out, ultimately.

      Thank you.

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  20. I agree with the message you have conveyed in this post. Our present actions do shape our future.
    A thought provoking post.

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    1. Thanks a lot Anshul...good to see you again :)

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  21. The world is a Kurukshetra - there are perennial wars between the evil(Kauravas) & the good (Pandavas). In Mahabharatha the Pandavas won ultimately but by using devious methods as advised by Krishna. In contemporary world the Kauravas are having the upper hand and there are very few Krishnas to rescue the Pandavas !

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    1. not to forget here that "no matters how less the Pandavas are in numbers, even after going through all the hardships of life they are always the ultimate winner "

      Thanks for kind visit sir :)

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  22. Well said Irfan.

    BUT in todays modern day and age it is not to be , we see the bad live a happy life while the honest have to work hard and harder ..

    and sometimes to overcome the bad one has to become bad tooo ..

    Bikram's

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    1. well, by "becoming bad to overcome bad" can give a time bound respite but in the long run its the good ppl who win over bad ones, and history has proven it time n again....

      Thank you Bikram :)

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  23. Completely agree. Like they say, Karam kiye ja, phal ki chinta mat kar e insaan, jaise karam karega waise phal dega bhagwan.

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  24. Yes..USKE YAHAN DER HAI ANDHER HAHIN

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  25. for some things we just cant ask for proof but got to just believe... nha?

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  26. When you know that you're doing a wrong thing and still you do it,the biggest sin!

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    1. i wish, we all understand it in a genuine way...Ammeen.

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  27. ya reap as u sow..thoughts create actions..good actionss create good results..

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  28. I was just having a discussion with a friend yesterdaya about the arrival of kalyug and people commiting sins despite knowing that its a sin... I dont see the end to this anytime soon though.

    well written..My first time here.

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    1. and i agree with you...thigs are not at all looking like improving in near future...unfortunately :(

      thank you...and welcome here at my space...will love to see you here again :)

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  29. so true every word makes sense..and that's what you get back in return..wht you sow in time..
    I m surprised of these things I have seen in my own short life span how everybody pays ..sooner or later,, so try to be in his good books by ..doing good.

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    1. yes, all we can do is "try to be in HIS good books" and rest lies with HIM....

      thank you so much Harman :)

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  30. yes what we give one day it comes back

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  31. Very good post, Irfan! What we do today will reflect tomorrow. I believe in it 100%.

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    1. we all should believe, then only we can expect good in return....thank you :)

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  32. Well said! What goes around, comes around, a person's actions, whether good or bad, will often have repercussions which you experience in this very life only!

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  33. I'd like to say I don't believe in karma...I guess the better word is justice.

    And sometimes, justice isn't as tangible as it seems in this world. But there's another thing that rules, 'conscience'.

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