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The law of reincarnation or the origin of inequalities

The law of reincarnation explains all the apparent injustices of life - Collection Izvor Vol. 202
It happens that we meet people who are healthy, good-looking, intelligent and rich, who enjoy the best possible conditions and who succeed in all they undertake. And then we see others who, on the contrary, are so hapless that whatever they do they go from one failure to the next. What causes this inequality of opportunity? Many people are outraged by what they see as an injustice of destiny. If you ask scientists why this inequality exists, most of them would say that it was simply a question of chance. If you question priests or pastors, they would say that it was the will of God.
Sometimes they may speak of predestination and grace, but that only only makes one more injustice. In any case, to say that it is “the will of God” is not very different from saying that it’s a question of chance.

In reality there is an explanation for all the apparent injustices of life, and that is the law of reincarnation. The Church never realized that, by denying this law, it made people see God as a veritable monster.

The truth is that, in the beginning God gave us everything, but he also gave us free will, and we used that free will when we chose to make some very costly experiments. So the Lord—who is generous and patient—allowed us do what we chose, saying:
They are my children. Poor things, they will suffer; they will break some bones, but that doesn’t matter because I will continue to give them all my wealth and love. They have many reincarnations ahead of them… They will learn and become wiser.”
He left us free, therefore, and all the bad things that happen to us in our present life are deserved. But we have also deserved all the good things that happen to us. They are the consequences of our efforts in previous incarnations.

The law of reincarnation is also one of the foundation stones of morality. As long as people are left in ignorance of the law of cause and effect which continues to apply from one incarnation to the next, however much you preach to them and try to improve them, it won’t do any good. They won’t change. In fact, not only will they not change but they will rebel and consider themselves the victims of injustice. By their jealousy and their struggles against those they consider more privileged than themselves, they only make the situation more complicated. Those who realize that the trials and difficulties they meet with in this life are the result of past transgressions not only accept their difficulties but decide to work for good so as to improve their future incarnations.
Why some believe in God and others do not - Daily Meditations August 23, 2004
Why is the existence of God so obvious to some people and not at all to others? The explanation is simple: at birth each human being comes to earth with the sum of experiences he has lived in his previous incarnations. What he has studied and verified in his previous lives is recorded in his soul and manifests in this life as an intuition of the divine world. If he now recognises the existence of his heavenly Father, it is because he has been with Him for a long time. He has communed with Him and has been left with such powerful imprints that he cannot doubt: he knows. Faith is therefore knowledge based on experience. Those who have experimented in the lower regions of their being in previous incarnations draw conclusions from those experiences which they obviously think is the truth. And those who have experimented in the higher realms of the soul and spirit also draw conclusions, but these are obviously different.
Reincarnation relativizes the notions of nationality and religion - Daily Meditations January 28, 2001
Many people feel sorry for spiritualists. They say, ‘How awful! My God, what a life these poor people lead! They pray, meditate, practice some spiritual exercises, fast even, instead of taking advantage of the pleasures of life like everyone else!’ They do not know that, in the near or distant past, those people they feel sorry for have already lived the type of life that appeals so strongly to materialists, and have abandoned it precisely because they discovered other realms of life. Materialists cannot even imagine that spiritualists know other states of consciousness, which bring them other joys and much vaster, more stable and assured sensations of fulfillment. Materialists have no right to pass judgment on spiritual joys they have not yet experienced. Contrary to materialists, spiritualists have been able to compare: how can materialists reach a verdict in full knowledge of the facts, if they have tasted only one category of pleasure? They are much too quick to feel sorry for those who choose the path of spirituality.
Why did the Church discard the idea of reincarnation? - Complete Works, Vol.12
Like the Jews, Egyptians, Hindus and Tibetans, Christians still believed in reincarnation in the 6th century and the Church Fathers probably thought that this belief only delayed things. People were in no hurry to improve and, with the intention of pressing them to seek perfection in their present life, the Church did away with reincarnation. In fact, it gradually invented such horrifying tales to frighten believers that, by the Middle Ages, people believed only in demons, Hell and eternal punishment. Belief in reincarnation was repressed, therefore, and people were driven by fear and dread to seek perfection. But not only did they fail to improve, they became even worse… and ignorant into the bargain! This is why it is important to restore this belief, for without it nothing makes sense: life has no meaning, God is a monster, and so on.