If sinners suffer harships in life, is it a blessing in disguise to be a sinner?

India
March 21, 2012 1:09am CST
According to the Law of Karma,people who have sinned either in their past life or present will face lot of hardships in life. Others enjoy a blessed and peaceful life.Since sinners are always faced with adversities ,they are better equipped to face crisis situations and know how to handle them.On the other hand people who are considered fortunate find it difficult to handle tense and adversities and end up taking their own life.In this context isn't it a blessing in disguise to be a sinner?
4 responses
@ravisivan (14055)
• India
21 Mar 12
preethaanju: I will not consider it a blessing in disguise to be a sinner. If one commits sin he will face it in this life or in the next life. It is true good people find it difficult to face small problems also. People who are used to doing wrong things will continue to do wrong things and be not affected. fear of being forced to face difficulties makes us not to commit sins.
• India
21 Mar 12
But its true that people who face lots of difficulties in life are better prepared to handle crisis situations. So if suffering in life is a result of Sin then handling hard situations better is a blessing in disguise
@picjim (3003)
• India
22 Mar 12
I can't say it is a blessing in disguise.But i agree when you say those who have faced hardship are better equipped to fight it out in difficult times.Whether those have it easy succumb to difficult times is hard to say but those regularly facing difficult times are better equipped to face difficult days.I can't say it is a blessing in disguise but circumstances seem to equip those who constantly face difficult days to try harder to overcome them.
@katie0 (5212)
• Japan
21 Mar 12
I think each incarnation is a chance to learn, as much as a test. We all feel those things we want to get better at and the things we are afraid to make a mistake again even when we don't even remember what we did wrong, I don't know I grow up feeling guilty about something and still have the feeling I done something bad and volunteered, tried to help people that came my way and this "kharma" feel so light now. And the difficulties I think it developes our intelligence, difficult people may test our forgiveness and so on.
• United States
21 Mar 12
You have an interesting point of view; however, I'm on a different page than you are. I feel if people sin they might set their self up to experience a life lesson or suffer the consequence of the negativity of their actions. People who live life with pure intentions and who do their best to make the world a beautiful place will open a pathway for good people, places and things to return to them. In making positive choices they create a situation where they attract positive things.