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    Yada Yada hi dharmasya

    Yada Yada hi dharmasya glanir bhavati bharata
    abhyuthmanam adharmasya tadatmanam srjamy aham
    (Gita, chapter 4, Verse 7)

    Literary Translation: Whenever righteousness falls and
    unrighteousness grows the Almighty reveals His
    presence! The Supreme though unborn and undying,
    becomes manifest in human form to overthrow the forces
    of ignorance and selfishness.

    The above verse explains how the invisible force of
    nature makes necessary adjustments to keep stability
    and balance by acting through the elements of nature.
    Every action, reaction and inaction that we
    experience around us represents His manifestation to
    maintain Nature's equilibrium. With His wisdom, we can
    see His manifestation through me you, they, here,
    there, then, now and for ever! The above verse also
    illustrates the well known scientific principle of
    feed-back mechanism: Let me give a simple example to
    illustrate this point.

    In the Nature, the number of
    snakes and number of rats will be always in balance
    and this is the Dharma of Nature. If the population
    rats increase without bound (presence of Adharma) the
    snakes will get plenty of food which increases its
    population and consequently the growth of ratís
    population will be down. The fall in ratís population
    slowly reduces the population of snakes and at the
    end, Dharma is reestablished! This simple model can be
    expanded to include all species of the nature to
    explain the same phenomenon.


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