Life is not a permanent entity. After we come into this world, we may live for few years, possibly a hundred years, or maybe even longer. But we grow, and finally, we have to die. Then why are we afraid of death?
When there is birth, there will be death. It’s nature’s law. During this entire process of life and death, we have to think our profits and losses. If we do not put to uplift ourselves, we may lose our human status in the next life, and this will undoubtedly be a loss. If we improve ourselves and become a better person in this life, then we will create good prospects for our future.
How does the cycle of birth and death come?
What is this cycle of birth and death? According to Shree Radhe Guru Maa, it is defined by our karma. Karma is the energy or influence that is left behind by our actions. Due to our past karma, we are born as human beings in this life.
Similarly, the good and evil karma of this life and past lives will also affect our future lives. Many religions think of ‘karma’ as ‘evil karma’ only. This is not true. The energy that is left behind by our actions or thoughts, it good or evil, is referred to as ‘karma.’
Our karma determines our future
In short, everyone has life, and spirit-that is consciousness. Therefore, the life of human beings is without a beginning or an end, is impermanent and, also, without self. Birth and death are two aspects of the same coin. You should take care of the present, and alert you to what are you doing now?
Using the worldly view, look at life as short but also as great and meaningful.