I have heard the verse from Bhagavad Gita that says
Which ask Arjuna to fight,without thinking about the consequences of it,as he has no right to its fruits,and that one should not be inactive due to his lack of rights on the fruits of his actions.
Let me apply this to a real life situation:when a student studies ,it is so that he gets more marks.Businesses put effort so that they make more money.Politicians hold rallies so that their chances of winning elections are higher.
In short,all karma that people do,they do it so that they get the appropriate fruits.
Say if a barren childless couple prays for a long time to have a child,and finally they do,what they did was their karma,yet its credit goes to God,since He gave them the child,and the right to the fruits of their actions lie is His .
But if this child dies,due to an accident,then although the karma was done by the driver in question,the right to the fruits of the karma are with Sri Krishna.
Going by this logic,Sri Krishna is to be thanked,for the child’s birth,and later be blamed for the child’s death.
The first part of the previous paragraph is commonly accepted,and not the latter.
Can someone explain?