Both fair and unfair are deeply involved in our lives. We use these two words in different cases everyday. This week’s question from the @ecotrain community is really awesome. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the questioner of the @ecotrain community for this. I'm trying to answer this week's question in my own way. I hope you like it. If you want to know about this week's question click here
Do I believe in Karma? Yah! I believe this word. Honestly, what we do now will pay off in the future! That is the reality.Honestly, what we do now will pay off in the future! That is the reality. There is a proverb in Bengali, "As action is fruit" . That is, the correct meaning is, As you sow, so you reap.
I believe that what I am doing now, I will have to suffer the consequences in the future. For example, I did not study all year. But I sat for the test. But the reality is, I can't write anything in the exam book. Because I had no preparation. So I have to get the results. In other words, as much as I have spent time or effort or talent for study, I will be able to enjoy the same results.
We do a lot of things in life that we don't get what we deserve. Apparently this is what we think. But many times we think we deserve more than what we do and the results we get. But many times we suddenly get something that we never feel we deserve. As a matter of fact, one of my friends copied from me in the exam book and he got better result than me. Which I think was not what he deserved. But that is what happened. Again I wrote very badly in a test book and wrote it in a fake way. When I got the result of this test I saw that I did well in it but I felt that I did not deserve it. That is, if you punch a wall, according to Newton's third law of motion, the wall will punch you. Ha ha. This is an example. But in the real case it is completely true. That is, it will come back to you as a reflection of what you do.
Honestly, why don't we do anything! We see its reflection. Like if we laugh then the world laughs too. And if we cry, the world cries too. In other words, "Tit for Tat".
As I believe as a Muslim, we will have to give an account of the work we do in this world in the afterlife and we will be sent to hell or paradise based on that work. So our actions determine our future. And I believe in it.
Is life Fair?
In my opinion, the word fair depends entirely on the satisfaction of the mind. Some people are born in a rich family and their life is not fair, while others are born in a poor family but their life is fair due to their satisfaction.
I read a summary when I was a child, because a boy did not have shoes on his feet (the boy's family could not afford to buy shoes) he thought life was unfair and went out on the street in grief. But after going some distance, the boy noticed a man sitting there who had no legs. The boy thought to himself, I don't have shoes so I think life is unfair. But the man has no legs but he is thinking of his life is fair and is smiling. The boy forgot the sadness of the shoes and thought his life was fair because he had leg.
In fact, the word fair carries a different meaning from time to time. Again, the word fair is often compared to justice. If we don't get what we deserve, we call it unfair. As much as a worker works from morning to evening, the amount of wages he gets is never called fair. Especially in the case of developing countries.
I sat for a job test two years ago. Authorities then resorted to maladaptation to assist a particular group during the written test. Which we all understand. Many then questioned the quality of the test and said it was unfair.
So the word fair depends on a lot of things. But in the case of life, fairness depends entirely on our satisfaction. Because our life will be fair only if we can achieve satisfaction at the individual level. Thanks everyone.