The Learning: Chapter 3

Dharm stood up against Adharm & won in the battle of Lanka & Kurukshetra. But what if Adharm is against Adharm?

The last post was a bit hazy, agreed. I hope the cessation will make it clear.
Human beings are so weak that someone has to come to save humanity; every single time.
It was all planned by the great Deity himself.
He could have ended the evil from up there, but prelude is a must for comprehension. It is like he wants to set up an example or creates the law of quantum entanglement. In all the holy books, ‘it happened’ instead of ‘if it would have happened.’ He showed us.
One needs to change according to the requirements. Shree Ram’s reaction was humble towards the solutions, while Shree Krishna’s reach was clever. It proves the importance of upgrading ourselves.
Ramayan & Mahabharat taught us that there is no provision of different rules for the different participants in a game. One should not always wait for Abhimanyu’s death to react. If you do not believe in God, then believe in Dharm.
Every Holy book says that there is only one God, which means, ONLY ONE, in all one, in various languages.
अगर ईश्वर एक है, तो ‘सिर्फ हमारा ईश्वर सर्वश्रेष्ठ कैसे हो सकता है’?

I don’t know about man-made Dharm, but in reality, it never meant Hindu or Muslim and neither of the Holy books suggests the same.
Dharm means ‘truth, righteousness, knowledge & duty.’

Chapter 1
https://aishwarymahajan.wordpress.com/2020/06/06/the-learning-chapter-1/
Chapter 2
https://aishwarymahajan.wordpress.com/2020/06/20/the-learning-chapter-2/

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