According to the Bhagavad Gita, God wants all living creatures to attain moksha to come out from their life circle. Why did he send us to Earth in the first place? - Letsdiskuss
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Raymond Schoor

@letsuser | Posted 19 Jul, 2019 |

According to the Bhagavad Gita, God wants all living creatures to attain moksha to come out from their life circle. Why did he send us to Earth in the first place?

Anonymous

Posted 31 Jul, 2019

Well nobody really leaves a Birth Cycle! This is only an off-base translation of a significant sanskrit term, moksha.

Moksha is a condition of delight which happens to the person who has achieved all learning. Birth cycle never stops. Satayuga, at that point Treta Yuga, at that point Dwapar Yuga, at that point Kaliyuga. After this Pralaya, and again the cycle starts. Again the legends of all the yugas return. Rama will return once more, Krishna will return once more… I and you will return once more. We as a whole have been here previously, and we as a whole will come back over and over… The birth cycle will never stop.

Be that as it may, the person who achieves moksha is really the person who understands this fact and liberates himself from dread. In Bhagvat Geeta God offers learning to the alarmed Arjun and quiets his dread, causing him to understand that there's no closure to anything… This has happened untold occasions, and will happen untold occasions…

May be on the off chance that you wish you can be liberated from taking birth again in this "Chaturyuga", however after destruction when the universe will start once more, you will be conceived once more.

This whole universe is God… You are inside Him. He also is inside you… Your spirit is a piece of God. Through the bodies and faculties, the spirit appreciates the delights of mortal life… This is every one of the a "leela", a play… Know the principles of the play and appreciate the game for eternity…