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Whatever Has Happened Is Justice (In Oriya)

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Published by:
Dada Bhagwan
Published:
1/29/2019
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
38 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Religion
Tags:
Conflict Management, Conflict Resolution, free from suffering, god allows suffering, karma, Laws of nature, Natural Disasters, why me, why people hurt us, why suffering

There are times in life when we must endure suffering due to no fault on our part – or so it seems. Life circumstances can appear terribly unjust. Naturally we question, “Why me? Am I wrong? It’s not my fault!”

Or we witness others suffering injustice, and are left wondering, “Why do bad things happen to good people?”

Added to the many problems in everyday life, these situations can feel like the very definition of suffering. We may conclude that there is no God, question how to get inner peace - or even how to live through such trying circumstances.

Among the myriad of spiritual books available, Dadashri offers a unique resource – he provides profound insight into the law of karma, explaining who is “The Doer”, who is at fault, and what is the cause behind every instance of suffering.

To attain an inner state of no worry, to begin to live in peace, or even to learn how to stay healthy amidst life challenges, this book will prove an invaluable resource.

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