Long before the war of Mahabharata, when Lord Krishna was a young boy living with the Nanda and his clan enjoying the bliss of pure love and compassion of innumerable people, he spent his majority time taking care of cows with his friends.
On one such afternoon, Krishna and his friends were resting beneath a tree while their cows were grazing. Krishna’s dear friend Sridama suddenly started laughing and on being asked, said “God is so funny, he has made such silly blunders in designing the world.” Everyone was surprised and asked what made him feel so.
He said to Krishna, “Isn’t it weird that the big tree which can bear the heavy weight of huge fruits has got small tiny fruits like figs and the creeper which is so tender and fragile is given a huge pumpkin to bear?” Krishna just smiled at him and they all after their usual chatter and fun, went off to sleep.
Sridama suddenly woke up with something falling on his head, just to realize that it’s a fig! The tiny fig fell from the tree beneath which they were sleeping.
Krishna smiling mischievously said, “Imagine this tree bearing a pumpkin and same falling on you!”
Sridama got the message clear and said “Dear Krishna, I forgot God is supreme and cares about everything while he designs.”
On this Krishna enlightened Sridama and all his other friends with the fact that things are always the way they are supposed to be, and that things happen as per the designed course of destiny which is ruled by Karma-our actions. He shared the divine concept to his friends that everything in the Universe is a free flowing process and situation at any moment is just as it is supposed to be in context to the design of destiny and the Karmic cycle arising out of our actions.
In later part of his life just before the war of Mahabharata, Lord Krishna through Sankhya Yoga and Karma yoga enlightened Arjuna and thus the entire world about this divine knowledge.
“Whatever has happened, is happening and will happen all was, is and would be for the Good. Instead of resisting the flow we should accept things, make peace with them and focus on our efforts to achieve what we what to. This beauty of trusting the process forms the base of Krishna’s philosophies for life.
Folks, let us get over what made us unhappy. Let us forget what we are crying about. What didn’t go well, or didn’t work was bound to happen and it happened.
Everything happens for a reason. Let us not worry about the future, nor pay attention to the past. Let us just have control over the actions we do in present.
Let us our life to the fullest and make the most of it. Present is the only place where life exists!
Love, Light and Peace.
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