What made you believe in, “as you sow so shall you reap”. We got a case study here.I have been wondering onto this since awfully long and honestly speaking, I am still much confused whether this can undoubtedly be called the universal truth, or this depend upon the belief system which we belong to.
Suppose when I jump from a sky and below is a concrete surface then do I need to explain what would be the end of mine or should I be feeling delighted that because I belong to a certain belief system, read a certain book or that I kept babbling of certain names throughout my life therefore nothing will happen to me?
There are instances and the outcomes which can not be explained in a scientific way and therefore they choose the method of approach through spiritual ways to justify the events. How would you explain the below event?
1. The child born with disabilities. Would you believe that it is a God's will but then why God would ever want a child to be born with disabilities? What the child has done in the end that he has been awarded with disability.
In accordance with our belief system and what we have taught in that, we will have our own cognizance in the above event. And to my understanding I would strongly advocate the importance of "karma" or "actions" in our life. Based on our actions now we are bound to receive the outcomes accordingly. No more no less.