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Krishna Stole Butter And Danced With Gopikas. Is It A Black Scar On HIM?

May 23, 2005
First we must understand that the real aim in following Dharma (justice) is to please the Lord only. The Lord is protector and Dharma is protected. Protector is greater than protected. Among the other souls you have to reject the injustice and vote for the justice. But when the Lord competes with the justice, you have to vote for the Lord. In Pravrutti justice and injustice compete and you have to vote for the justice.

But in Nivrutti the Lord competes with the justice and you have to vote for the Lord. In fact, you don’t have patience to understand what the Lord does and blame Him. There are certain subtle aspects of Dharma (Dharma sukshma), which look like injustice. Only deep analysis one can understand the Dharma sukshma.

The butter indicates the extra stored money. You are expected to take the money from this world, which is required for your minimum needs. This entire world is the money of the Lord. But you are earning extra and storing for your future generations due to greediness. You must donate that extra money to the Lord who is in the human form and He will distribute that to His devotees for their upliftment.

If you are not doing this, the Lord will steal your money, which is actually His own money. Butter is the fruit of their work, which is the money. Similarly He danced with Gopikas who were sages. They prayed Him (Rama) in their previous birth for the same. He is fulfilling the boon given by Him to His devotees.

Universal Spirituality for World Peace

Gyani Jarnail Singh

Sawa lakh se EK larraoan
Jul 4, 2004
a lot of people make the mistake of just looking at the superficial...and then jump to the wrong conclusions..naturally !!

Krishna Ji and Raam Ji were obviously not the run off the mill ordinary humans like you and we cannot attribute our "mundane reasoning" to their actions..

Interesting observations by dattaswami Ji.....makes perfect sense. Look forward to some more such succint observatiosn..

jarnail singh

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