Is Injustice Unjust?
By Richard Walbaum
When you see homeless abandoned naked bombed-out orphans on TV, I’m guessing your heart goes out for them, that surely this is the height of injustice. Have compassion, but don’t worry about justice; that is automatically taken care of. As Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a leading authority of natural law explained: “The universe is governed by one law and one law only: As you sow, so shall you reap.”
What this means is that the perpetrators of atrocities will be held accountable by natural justice, you don’t have to do a thing about it.
Maharishi stated it this way:
If you are open with a person, he will be open with you. If you want love from someone, give your love to him. If you want kind and sympathetic behavior from someone, be kind and sympathetic to him. If you want comfort from him, prove yourself comforting. If you want admiration from others, do something to show your admiration for them. If you are sincere in giving, you receive may times over in return. That action and reaction are equal is a scientifically established truth. You react to someone in a certain way and he, in turn, reacts to you. If he does not react to you, then nature will bring the reaction indirectly. If you hurt someone, even if he himself does not react other agencies of nature will bring you the reaction. It is a law of nature that as you sow, so you shall reap. … The laws of nature cannot be deceived; reaction will come. If a man is jealous of you, you will find, when you search your heart, that you have been jealous either of him or of someone else in the past. Be kind to him and to others and your surroundings will be kind to you; be loving to him and your surroundings will be loving to you. Begin to doubt and your surrounding will begin to doubt you. If you hate, surroundings begin to hate you. If your surroundings begin to hate you do not blame the surroundings; blame your own inner conscience. Science of Being and Art of Living p. 96-97 (search Amazon.com) [emphasis added].
I said above, that the perpetrators of atrocities will be held accountable by natural justice, you don’t have to do a thing about it. But here is an unexpected twist: When you see a bombed-out orphan, it could be that the child is a victim, or it could be the child is a re-incarnated Hitler-type or other nameless murderer, or an arms dealer who profited from the suffering of others, or a billionaire who abused his wealth and now if he wants to rub two pennies together must beg for one of them, reaping the consequences of actions from long ago. If you don’t believe in life before birth, you may find natural justice hard to accept.
It is hard to tell whether an event is a cause or an effect, but the lesson here is that if something “bad” happens to you, keep a neutral attitude because it may be the result of something you did in the past. Don’t do something you’ll have to pay for later. The universe cannot be deceived, a reaction will come. This applies to societies as well as individuals; if we bomb, we will be bombed, if we enslave, we will be enslaved.
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