3. A glass, falls down from a hand and breaks into pieces. Does it happen out of negligence or by destiny?
A man should be careful in handling it, but he should consider it as destined, when it is broken. He should learn a lesson, in being more careful, in future. Be cautious while doing and remain always cheerful in happening.
4. What is the difference in a disease, caused by destiny and disease caused, by harmful diet?
The disease caused by harmful diet, can be cured by laking medicines, but the disease caused by destiny cannot be cured, by medicines. But religious rites such as chanting of Mahametyunjaya etc., could cure diseases, caused by destiny.
Diseases are of two kinds:—Adhi (mental) and Vyadhi (physical). Menlal diseases can again, be divided into two groups
a. Of sadness and worry etc.
b. lunacy. Sadness and worry, are caused by ignorance, while lunacy is caused by destiny. Worry and sadness etc., are given up through wisdom, while lunacy is not abandoned but even during lunacy, a God-realised man cannot perform any improper action, which is forbidden by scriptures.
5. What is the difference between sudden death, and untimely death'?
If a man dies of snake-bite, or by falling from a roof or by drowning, heart failure or by an accident, this is sudden death, which is pre-destined. Such a man, dies after completing the duration of his life.
If a man commits suicide, by hanging himself or by jumping into a well or fire or by lying under a moving train or by poisoning himself, this is untimely death.