In life, we encounter healthy, beautiful, intelligent, rich beings who benefit from the best conditions and succeed in everything they do, and others who are so disadvantaged that, whatever they do, they go from failure to failure. What is the origin of this inequality of conditions? Many people are often shocked by what seems to be a real injustice of fate.
If you ask scientists about the reasons for these inequalities, the majority will tell you that they are due to coincidence.
And if you choose to meet priests, pastors, they will answer that it is God’s will.
Sometimes they will mention predestination and grace, but this only adds another unfair factor. In any case, saying “it is the will of God” is not very different from saying that “it is a coincidence”…
… No, in reality, there is an explanation for all the apparent injustices in life: it is the law of reincarnation. And the Church has not realized that by denying this law, it presented the Lord as being a true monster.
The explanation is that God originally gave us everything, but He also gave us freedom, and it is this freedom that we have used to make costly experiences. So the Lord who is generous, patient, lets us do it, saying:
” They are my children. They will suffer, they will bang their heads, but it doesn’t matter, because I will still provide them with my treasures and my love. They have many reincarnations ahead of them… They will learn and they will become wiser.”
So, He has given us freedom, and now whatever bad thing happens to us is our fault, we deserve it. And everything good that happens to us, we also deserve it, it is the result of our efforts in previous incarnations….
… The knowledge of this law of reincarnation is also one of the foundations of morality. As long as humans have not been made aware of this law of causes and consequences, which continues to affect them from one existence to the next, we can try to reason them by preaching as much as we want, it will not be of much use, they will not change. And not only do they not change, but they also revolt by considering themselves victims of social injustice, and envy and fight those they consider more privileged than they are, and thus make the situation even more complicated. But he who knows that the difficulties and trials he encounters in this existence are the result of his past transgressions, not only accepts these difficulties, but also decides to work for the benefit of the good, in order to improve his future incarnations.
Quoted from Izvor Collection No. 202, Chapter VIII