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Why negative results in life cannot be attributed to god in the form of blame?

Why negative results in life cannot be attributed to god in the form of blame? Ans:-Religion does not fetter man's free-will. It leaves him quite free to act, but tells him at the same time what is ...
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Why negative results in life cannot be attributed to god in the form of blame?

You say that if a barren couple has a child then God gets the credit because the right to the fruit of action is God's. If that child dies then the right to the fruit of action is God's and so God ...
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Why does God stress both on Sansar and Moksha

For who has the true quest to attain moksha,the choice over ,one of different paths of yoga according to one's own tendencies ,as a stepping stone to embark on, is left to the individual as conveyed ...
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Regarding rebirth and karma

yaḥ sarvajñaḥ sarvavidyasya jñānamayaṃ tāpaḥ |(Muṇḍakopaniṣhad 1.1.9) Ishwara is all-knowing and omniscient. His austerity consists of knowledge. Ishwara though a non doer (karta), is possibly the ...
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Regarding rebirth and karma

First things first, truly speaking there's no karma and rebirth in reality. In true Sanatan Vedic Dharma, there's no concept of God who keeps track of the karma of Jiva and punishes them according to ...
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