You Will Be Forgiven For Your Sinful Reactions!

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You Will Be Forgiven For Your Sinful Reactions!

After some time, Lord Nityananda was approached by Madhai, where he said that “My Lord, You’ve pardoned me, You’ve given me Your mercy, but I am haunted by the idea that with my hand, I have struck You and I have caused You to bleed. And I am just obsessed with this thought that I have committed this offence to You and how can I actually be forgiven. Even though You’ve pardoned me officially, still I was thinking that I am so rotten, I am so fallen, I am so envious that I could have done such a thing.

Then Nityananda, He picked him up, He gave him the shelter of His lotus feet, He said that ” I never took any offense, because I took just like you are My child. If a baby hits the father, does the father take any offence. So I am thinking like that, you are My baby ; so what offence can you do to Me? You didn’t do any offence. Out of foolishness, you did that. So in this way Madhai couldn’t get any… Nityananda didn’t’ accept any offence ; that was His mood that “All right, they’re all my children. All right, they do some nonsense. Won’t take any offense. So then Madhai said all right, but I committed so many offences to other living entities. I did so much sinful activities, how will I be forgiven for those offences? I was so envious. So many living entities– dogs, cats, man, women, children. Who wasn’t I …? I was torturing and persecuting and I was committing so many sinful activities over so many of those people. How will I be forgiven for my offenses against all living entities?

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  1. Lord Nityananda’s response to Madhai’s guilt and remorse demonstrates the loving and accepting nature of Krishna, who sees all living beings as His children and does not hold grudges. It shows that no matter how fallen or envious one may be, there is always a path to redemption and forgiveness through surrender and devotion.


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