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Destiny or Free Will
• If everything was predestined, then there would be no room for Karma, for Free Will. But there is.
• A common argument is that you must have faith in God. He will take care of your life. Things will only happen when they’re destined.
What is the truth: Destiny or Free Will?
A man who was in search of the job had to pass through the forest. Lost in the jungle, he came across a big banyan tree. He saw a fox sitting under the tree. Though at first the man was scared, he quickly realized that the fox was lame and old. Mostly disabled, unable to hunt.
The man sat on the shady corner. He was amazed by what he saw next. He saw that the birds on the tree occasionally dropped pieces of meat and the fox fed on them. That’s how it survived.
It dawned on the man that there was no need for him to run around, that, he too, could just take up a corner somewhere and God would provide for him.
Subsequently, he managed to navigate his way out of the forest and parked himself under a tree outside the first village he came across. He vowed to surrender to God and only live off what was offered to him. Only that days went by and no one offered him anything. He was starving, at the verge of collapsing.
His faith shook. Just short of completely shattering he wondered how could God be partial? How come he provided for the fox, but not him?
Just then he saw a sannyasin, a mystic pass by. In his frail conditions, he called out to the mystic. He narrated his story, his predicament and put forth the question that bothered him.
The monk chuckled, and said, “Who told you to take on the role of the fox? Are you lame or disabled? You should be the bird, working for yourself as well as providing for those who depend on you.
Now relate this story to your life. Who are you being, the fox, man or the bird? Think.