Questioner: My son died in an accident. What is the cause of that accident?
Dadashri: Whatever you see happening around you in this world with your naked eyes; whatever you hear with your ears, is all relative truth; it is not the absolute truth. How can your son be yours when even this body of yours does not remain as your own? It is only because of social and worldly interactions that he is considered your son. He is not your son in reality. In reality, not even your body belongs to you. Only that which remains with you eternally is considered yours. So your belief that your son is really yours makes you unhappy and creates problems. Now that your son is gone, it was God's will, so you have to let go.
Questioner: That is true. What I had was God's property and he took it back.
Dadashri: Yes, this is all God's estate.
Questioner: Is it because of our bad karma that he died in such a way?
Dadashri: Yes, your son's bad karma, and your bad karma. If your karmas are good then the results will be good also.
Question: What should I do to be free from the infatuation and attraction for my dead wife / husband / relative?
Answer: The problem was created with him believing, 'She is mine, she is mine.' Now by reciting, 'She is not mine, she is not mine,' the attachment will dissolve. The threads that were wound have to be unwound.
You will see your attachment towards anyone dead will reduce and you will feel lighter within. Do you want to be free from your attachments and infatuation, completely then come experience Dada's Gnan Vidhi.
Questioner: Why do innocent children have to suffer physical ailments?
Dadashri: A child suffers the consequences of the effects of his own karmas and the mother suffers through witnessing it. The main karma belongs to the child and because the mother had played a role in supporting that karma, she too has to suffer. Karmas are bound through the act of doing, through the act of making others do or through the act of supporting others do the act.
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