Let's look at child prostitution then ... is it getting better or worse? In most developed, democratic nations it is criminalised and reduced to almost nothing. It used to be a way of life for the poor and still is in poor totalitarian states.
I think you have been reading too much Jagdish Chander and ought to get out more and see reality. I accept the Eastern Block is not the best example though ... I still things things are getting better and this goes against the Gyani picture you have in your mind.
That is only what you have read in a book and have been told to use to strengthen your faith. The two are incomparable.andrey wrote:The Karachi period used to be like a sample of Heaven, because there use to be unity ... They were happy with what they had found and did not need doing anything - even service - in the beginning.
Yes, within the Indian context, having someone pay for your living, feed you, not have to work, make decisions for you, entertain you, sing for you, play judge and jury for all your squabbles ... living off Sugar Daddy's money ... must feel a little like being a princess in heaven. But it was bought of wealth not truth or enlightenment. And when the money ran out?
But all we know is that we do not know the truth and the whole truth of what went on at that time. Who knows what it ws really like. So why was there a "Court of Indra"?