Why bad things happen to good people: After Jaya Kishori, Sonu Sood discusses the same with AiR-Atman in Ravi

AIR-Sonu Sood

AiR-Atman in Ravi is known for his philanthropic ways, his Spiritual guidance and his transformational books like Realizations of a Yogi that impressed Malaika Arora too. His podcasts are known to talk about Supreme Immortal Power, Happiness, and living life with a practical approach.

In his last podcast with Jaya Kishori, the two spoke about karma, life being similar to movies, and how one could be spiritual even while enjoying a good life. Watch the full conversation here:

During the conversation AiR-Atman in Ravi delved into the eternal debate of karma or destiny being the decisive factor in shaping the person’s life. Jaya Kishori responded with clarity on this aspect by saying, “In life there are some very rich people and some are poor.

There are some people who get the good things early in life while others may get it very late. Karma is the decisive factor here, and they could be from this birth or previous birth.” This demystified the reason why good things happen to bad people or bad things to good people.

AiR-Atman in Ravi and Sonu Sood took this conversation further and delved into deeper aspects of it during the latest episode on the podcast. AiR-Atman in Ravi said, “We have seen cancer in good people and how it shakes their lives, or good people dying suddenly due to accidents.

To explain this, let me ask you, have you ever seen apples on a mango tree? No! That’s exactly how we can explain karma and this occurrence of bad things happening to good people.

They suffer because they did something bad somewhere or maybe in their previous birth. When a human suffers from problems and trauma we must look backwards. Our body is like a shirt, we can change it, it will get destroyed.

But we must help humans without any bias, and ultimately serve God. Earlier, as a normal human I used to serve people to get good karma. Now I serve humans as I understand they are avatar of God.”

Sonu Sood got the answer for the question that was on his mind- why are some born fortunate while others are unfortunate? He further said, “We as actors shine because we do makeup and we have lights on us.

However, when we do good karma, we shine and glow even without makeup. Service to humanity is truly akin to service to God. And you shine so much. My mother used to say that when I open my palm, I might see lines that will point towards serving people. And it has come true. Hopefully we will be able to help many more lives in future.”

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