But we can definitely try to move towards it.
We see around us, people who have achieved their goal, or some trying best to achieve theirs. We ourselves too give our best and when it we see results in our favor, we are sure its our hard work that have paid off, isn’t it?
But have you seen people trying hard to achieve their goals, be it big or small and still fail to achieve? On the contrary, have you seen people get everything easily without trying hard?
Why’s the variation? Why do one suffer while other is plain lucky to get anything so easily? What’s the mystery behind this? Will we ever know what’s in the closed book?
The answer to this is Karma, our deeds, good or bad.
We get what we give.
Let me put it this way. There was a rich merchant. He was living with his wife and son. He had everything that he wanted in his life and was living life king size. He was very happy, until his son dies. He still has all the luxury but cannot relish that because he’s can’t get over the pain of his son’s death. The point is that, he is happy and relishes until he has his good deeds are in the books of fate. And once it’s over he has to suffer.
It's always balanced.
When something bad happens to us, we wonder why this happens this to us? We now know the answer. If we try to avoid bad and work for good, we might spare ourselves from the suffering in future.
I don’t know how many of us has read Gita, the holy book, but those who have will agree that it is the ultimate solution to the quest of life.