The Support Of Faith: 89 ►Anyone’s Fault, Faulty is someone

Published: 02.04.2020

Among the problems, India is facing today, the prominent problem is drought. Rajasthan, Gujrat, Maharashtra etc. like other states, are passing through the terror of famine. It is being regarded as the most terrifying famine of this century. Famine immensely affects grains, water and fodder. Scarcity of grains is however tackled, but the shortage of water and fodder is affecting numerous families. Now the question is why famine occurs? Whether it is a natural phenomenon or a human problem? Normally it is linked with nature. But whether man is not the basic cause of the adversity of nature?

Moralists comment that drought, famine and terror—these three are tragic situations in it. When we have to face these entire three situations simultaneously, it becomes extremely tragic. The basic cause of this extreme tragedy is man’s mentality. Till such time characterless persons are honoured and persons of profound character are insulted in human society, we cannot get rid of such extreme tragedy. Unless status and wealthy prosperity is stopped being regarded as the basis of evaluation, the fear of such extreme tragedy will not disappear. Today it is required to change such attitude of evaluation. If the person is evaluated on the basis of his character, not on the ground of status and wealth, balance in nature will also be established.

Honesty is the basic capital of man. In order to preserve this capital, person has to contain his wills, and aspirations. If aspirations are not contained, wrong practices will be used to fulfil them. In appropriate thought and incorrect activity of a person affect others. Thus such ill-practices take the form of alike epidemic and spread all over the society. When the entire society overlooks honesty, which will project the moral values?

The unrest, troubles, sufferings through which the world is passing today, has been created by man himself. Person who charges are on his own legs, how he can blame others for the same? If man steps to immorality and dishonesty and suffers its consequences and blames nature for the same—whether it is justified? I explicitly opine that unless man is far away from good conduct, respects the unrespectable and disregards the respectable, nature will not forgive him and no Godly power will protect him.

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Title:  The Support Of Faith
Author: 

Acharya Tulsi

Translator: 

Sadhvi Vishrut Vibha

Publisher:  Jain Vishwa Bharati, Ladnun
Edition: 
2000
Digital Publishing: 
Amit Kumar Jain

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