Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
Appendix:-A man is grieved if a dear one dies or there is loss of money. Similarly we are grieved when we think about the future—if the wife dies, what will happen? If the son dies, what will happen? etc. We are grieved and worried because we don't attach importance to discrimination. Changes in the world and in circumstances are inevitable. If circumstances don't change, how will the cycle of the world continue? How will a person pass from boyhood to youth? How will a fool become learned? How will a patient become healthy? How will a seed turn into a tree? Without change the world will become like a static thing. In fact only a mortal dies, an immortal never dies. It is everyone's obvious experience that after death the body remains lying, hut the self, the owner of the body transmigrates. If importance is attached to this experience, there can't be any worry or grief. At the death of Bali, Lord Rama draws Tara's attention towards this experience
Tara bikala dekhi Ragharaya, dinha jaana hari linhi maya.
(Manasa, Kiskindha ll/2-3)
We should think over when no body remained in eighty-four lac forms of life, how will this body remain intact? When eighty- four lac bodies didn't remain as and `mine', how will this body remain as and `mine'? This discrimination is possible only in human body, not in other bodies.