Who is at fault? Why do I suffer?

Whenever we have to endure suffering when there is no apparent fault on our part, we feel hurt and we repeatedly question where am I wrong

Who is at fault? Is it the robber or the one who was robbed? Is it the fault of the robber or the one who was robbed?

If you want to know who is at fault in this world, find the one who suffers

What are the causes behind your suffering? 

Param Pujya Dadashri gives the essence of all the scriptures and tells you exactly how nature's justice works : 'The fault is of the sufferer'.

Read on to explore the hidden truth.

Fault is of the sufferer

If you follow nature's law there will no Suffering in life. Suffering in due to the bad karmas of past life. Happiness and sadness is because of your ignorance.

Spiritual Quotes

  1. The law of nature is completely just, but because one does not understand it, he does not accept it. When one's understanding becomes pure, he will be able to accept nature's justice. As long as one has a selfish outlook, justice cannot be seen.
  2. If your finger gets stuck in the gears of a machine, is the machine at fault? You will realize that the fault is your own. Similarly everyone around you is like a machine.
  3. The person who throws the stone is not at fault, but the person who is injured is at fault. No matter how unruly and misbehaved children around you are, no matter what pranks they play, if it does not bother you, then you are not a fault. If it affects you, then you must understand that it is your fault.
  4. If two people get into a disagreement and one accuses the other of cheating him, then the one being accused will not be able to sleep at night. The other person will sleep soundly. If the person being accused remembers Dada's sentence, 'The fault is of the sufferer,' then he will be able to sleep peacefully. Otherwise he will spend sleepless nights cursing the other person.
  5. Once you understand that the fault is of the sufferer, there will be no quarrels at home.
  6. In God's language : 'The fault is of the sufferer,' but according to the world and man's laws, the person who commits the crime is at fault. Do not conduct yourself in a way that will render you guilty in the eyes of God. This means do not see the fault in others.
  7. The one who has more faults is the one who suffers more in the world. You merely have to see who is suffering to know who is at fault.
  8. You can determine how much you were at fault by the amount of suffering you have to endure.
  9. People blame others when they are suffering, and by doing this they double their faults and their problems in life keep increasing.
  10. If a man remembers this sentence throughout his life and applies it to his life's circumstances with the correct understanding, he would not need a guru. These words alone will take him to moksha (final Liberation).

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