If you look at the world, good people suffer, and babies die. In our sacred book, God tells us to look within ourselves when bad things happen.
Whatever may happen, bear no grudge.
It is all what you have done to yourselves. 16-21
One can compare a book to a life of an individual. There is a beginning and an end. Each page in the book reflects a period in our journey, or journeys (if one believes in reincarnation). The suffering or joy one experiences today may represent only a small part of our lives, like a page out of a book. Unless one is able to understand what precedes the suffering, one cannot understand what is occurring. Like a book, we will not be able to understand what is occurring if we start reading at the middle of the book. We need to start from the beginning to understand the story.
But no matter what sufferings we face today, God guarantees that all mankind will eventually live a joyous life. God promises that every book will have a happy ending. How will this occur?
With our prayers, God gives us a glimpse of the future. God places disorders and illness on our bodies dependent on the presence of greed, arrogance and self love in our minds today. When we ponder over these disorders, we can sweep these evils from our minds. By this sweeping, we can alter our once ominous future into a joyous one. When the world recognizes that our actions and thoughts reflect on to ourselves, then greed, arrogance and self love will decrease. When this occurs, there will only be joy in the world. All of God’s books will have a happy ending!