Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya | don’t blame others
A very bad habit is found in people that they lighten their mind cheaply by thinking of someone else’s fault as the reason for their difficulties. Amuk has surprised us or our family by doing witchcraft. There is no dearth of people who keep thinking like this and keep inflicting ill will on innocent neighbors without any reason. Those who make similar allegations on ghost-palites and planetary constellations, the members of the foolish circle will not be in lakhs but in crores. Those who curse fate, blame the makers of palm lines for injustice are second to none. Parents would not have kept such a deficiency, as they are found innumerable while thinking and saying. Such people are the ones who get trapped in the web of illusions, * who do not consider even one of the innumerable reasons for their difficulties, due to which disorientation, malpractice and indecisive thinking on their own faults and vices are exposed. The simplicity seems to be in this, why not blame such a medium like worship which is not in a position to stand in front of it and give a slap on the cheek in lieu of false allegation.
Due to undeserved accusations, our soul gets polluted. The opportunity for self-examination and self-improvement slips by. The ability to deal with resistances is frustrated. When deities or Gods are the reason for raining calamity, then how can one raise the consciousness of resistance to fight against them. In such a state of mind, one is left with no option but to keep on shedding tears out of frustration or cursing the one on whom the blame has been imposed. This state of mind can prove to make a person’s future dark.