Nurturing Thursday 127: Ring the bell of hope

I have faith in God and in humanity. Still when I see simple and kindhearted people (let us call this group as K ) suffering most of their lives in the name of fate I get confused and feel regretful.

Sometimes it is not even fault of K but unhappy events enter the life like a daily soap. The sufferers in our society usually believe in power of God/Nature and wait for their good time or justice. K tries to solve problems within the limited resources and feel joy in small things and life goes on. After a while K starts trusting anyone who speaks soft to them and show some support but a few clever and shrewd people use misfortune of K for their own profit turning life of K even more miserable and unbearable.

“Why life is not fair”? No other religion than hinduism believe in after life or life before life, so if we live only once, why life does not have same treatment for everyone? We believe in power of nature because we feel it, see it and experience it. Almost every process in nature follows a cycle then why there is no such rule for humans? Why some are previleged and others are not?  If by chance you meet God just for a second please convey him/her my questions and request him/her to be active. I guess He/She has been in hibernate mode for quite sometime. It is time to show good over evil.

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Please include “K” in your prayes. Miracles should happen to every life in proportion of humanity in each soul. I hope faith shall remain in every heart with positive outcomes.

In response to Becca’s Nurturing Thursday.

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20 Responses to Nurturing Thursday 127: Ring the bell of hope

  1. My dear it’s amazing and I have seen people from various stratus and various parts of India.I have interacted with thousands through oral communications as well as cover communications.I may say peace ✌🏾of mind is always not in line with wealth and wealth never brings true happiness .Happiness is a matter of habit and the less we all complain against anything the more blessed we get and happiness reflects in every word we share and every communication we communicate.

    Thanks

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  2. becca givens says:

    Always hold out for faith, hope and love! ❤

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  3. calmkate says:

    Buddhism also believes in life before and after this one … they would say karma is the reason some have it good and others struggle. Whatever our belief we should all pray and practice kindness towards others .. especially K whoever they are.

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    • Rupali says:

      Yes, I have listen about “karma” right from my childhood and in a way it was OK. I remember a saying which means, one must be born lucky.
      Thanks a lot Calmkate for your support.

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      • calmkate says:

        luck has Nothing to do with it at all … what goes down comes round … I totally believe we can only reap what we sew Rupali!

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      • Rupali says:

        There was a point in life when I had the same opinion. It might be due to my upbringing. After all these years I have seen people who were not at all good their whole life but had a good end without any trouble. Whereas some who were good in deed and in heart are struggling their whole life.

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      • calmkate says:

        ah then you have missed the point of karma and previous lives … we differ on that …

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      • Rupali says:

        Yes we do. My point of view is one must get what she/he deserves in this life 🙂 . There should not be a balance sheet for past/present/ furutre lives. According to hindu philosophy one gets a human life in 8.4 million life cycles 😀

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      • calmkate says:

        wow that is a very long wait in between human rebirths … I had no idea it was that rare! So now I can see why you prefer a current life balance sheet …

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  4. manisha says:

    Great post, and some solid advice.

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  5. Meg Evans says:

    Even in nature, life is not fair — some seeds take root in good fertile ground, while others are eaten or blow away into the desert. Unlike seeds, though, we have the power to change our circumstances. I believe that the kindhearted people are changing the world for the better simply by being kind, even though, as you say, justice takes too long.

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  6. Sue says:

    Just a few days ago, I struggled with the same questions. It kinda sucks to be in a helpless position, not having much power to change things positively and instantaneously for them… 😦

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    • Rupali says:

      I know how does it feel. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.
      I have been telling a group of people not to loose hope and faith in destiny for almost 10 years. Now when I meet these people, their silence torture me like anything. The people (authority) who are supposed to be incharge of welfare of these people talk about laws and excuses for doing the same. Can’t authority just be human once 😦

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