A Zarathustri Soul & His Divine Plan By Ervad (Dr.) Hoshang J. Bhadha
A Zarathustri Soul & His Divine Plan
by Ervad (Dr.) Hoshang J. Bhadha
Immortality of Soul is beyond human imagination. Drujih (evil) is more smarter and stronger than human intelligence. Material world has ever-increasing and everlasting man-made fancies to corrupt human mind. No matter how powerful human gets with his earthly wisdom to prove himself superior to nature, one day everyone has to surrender their Tanu (body) to let their soul proceed towards the judgement day. Though some of us are unknown or prefer to be ignorant about this fact, very few understand that life is a Divine Plan and their birth to Geti (earth) has a Purpose. The Zoroastrian has to do all the duties of this world, which naturally devolve upon him by the Law of Action and Reaction (Av. Paitioget,). But at the same time while carrying out all his worldly obligations he has to remember the final destination of his soul in the next world by the Pazend Words recited in every Nyaish and Yast "Man ano aavayad shudan" i.e, "I have to go there." Man has, at some point in time , a goal to achieve. This goal is known by different names as Farshogard, nirvana, Mukti, God-realization and so on. The journey of the Soul must go on, until it reaches Rishtachiz to be a part of Farshogard.
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