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Datta Dharma Sūtram
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Datta means the unimaginable God donated or given to the souls through a medium and hence, Datta has no reference to any specific religion. All these points are therefore applicable to all human beings of all religions on this earth.
 
Pravrutti means the behaviour of any soul towards other souls in this society. Nivrutti means the behaviour of any soul to God. Philosophy means the details of various aspects of God. These three are the parts of spiritual knowledge.
 
The third part related to God called as philosophy is the basis for both Pravrutti and Nivrutti. Hence, the knowledge of God should be known in the very first basic stage.
 
If the existence of unimaginable God is not established at the outset, atheism comes up, which says that there is no God at all. In such case, there is no aspect of unimaginable nature. The beginning and end of everything is only imaginable domain. Atheists claim that even in the absence of God, one can follow ethics in the society. This is only hypocrisy of an atheist to cheat society. If one can escape the punishment here by cheating law of court, what is the harm if ethics are violated? This million dollar question comes up to the mind of any human being, which is genuine. This statement of atheist is useful for cheating the society by atheists. If unimaginable God, unimaginable hell and unimaginable procedure of punishment from God are absent, there is no fear at all to do any sin provided one can escape punishment by cheating courts here.
 
Theists have full faith in God and hell. In spite of this faith, even theists are unable to control doing sins. In such case, you need not speak of the control of sins in case this faith also disappears. Hence, atheism results in climax of chaos.
 
The establisher of an industry runs to the industry if any serious disturbance in the administration is heard by him. Similarly, God runs in to this creation from His isolated state to rectify the chaos disturbing the peace, balance and justice called as Pravrutti in this world. Hence, the Gita says that God incarnates on this earth to establish Justice (Dharmasamsthaapanaarthaaya). Except this one purpose, no other purpose is mentioned in the Gita.
 
God comes in to this creation either as energetic incarnation in the superior worlds or as human incarnation on this earth for the sake of climax Nivrutti devotees, who are very anxious to see and talk with God for clarifying their doubts in the spiritual path. But, this purpose is not mentioned in the Gita. Only establishment of justice in Pravrutti is mentioned, which is the main purpose. This does not mean that other associated purposes like satisfying the desire of Nivrutti devotees, direct entertainment in the creation etc., should not be there. Hence, the statement of the Gita gives stress on the main purpose, which does not mean that it contradicts other associated purposes.
 
Removal of suffering due to difficulties is the main practical aspect of majority of souls in this world. This aspect is more important than attainment of happiness. Control of loss is more important than gain of benefit. The root reason for such misery of almost all the souls is the punishment given to the soul for its sin done previously.
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