posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 09:51 PM
Avatar - Are Bhagwan Rama and Bhagwan Krishna same soul
There is no avatar in Vedic Dharm. Though a soul takes birth repeatedly, until "Moksha" is attained, a soul is by no means free to take birth as it
A 'mukta atma' (librated soul, a soul who has attained Moksha) can take birth on its own accord. But even a free soul is bound to God's laws. God
always protects followers of Dharm, and same is true of liberated souls. Krishna can take birth to help people who follow Dharm, only if there are
people who follow Dharm. If almost all people are 'adharmi' (against Dharm), is is not possible for Krishna to take birth.
People are confused about Dharm. Dharm is not separate from soul. Dharm is for soul, like food for body. A body becomes weak and incapable in absence
of food, or bad quality of food. Similarly a soul becomes weak and incapable in absence of Dharm.
But food exists and is useful only if a body exists. Dharm requires men to exist.
Only a Learned man, and a Sanyaasi can preach 'adharmi', as there is no way we can expect a librated soul like Rama and Krishna to help us.
edit on 8-10-2011 by vedatruth because: (no reason given)