Let us start on the third verse of Ishavasya Upanishad:
असुर्या नाम ते लोका अन्धेन तमसाऽऽवृताः । ताँस्ते प्रेत्याभिगच्छन्ति ये के चात्महनो जनाः ॥
Asurya naama they lokaa andhena thamasaavruthaah | Thaagumsthey prethyabhigachchanthi ye ke chaathmahano janaah ||
Listen! Please listen! No one is good, no one is bad. If somebody does the actions which fulfill your ambitions, you call them as “good”. If somebody does actions which are not fulfilling your ambitions, you call them “bad”. No one is right, no one is wrong. No one is good, no one is bad. Deciding somebody is good or bad, right or wrong, is purely dependent on how much they are supporting your ambition. So, what Cosmos answers, what is the answer of Cosmos for this issue?
The Upanishads, please understand, Upanishads are Dharma declaring its authority and authenticity by itself. No human-being is involved in it. No human vested interests are involved in it. No! Here, no Prophet, no Messenger, no Son of God, not even God, is involved, understand? Hindu Tradition is so bold, God has only second place! The Dharma, Upanishads, stand taller than the concept of God, understand? It stands taller than the concept of God! Read More