quarta-feira, 15 de março de 2017

Justicia de la reencarnación / Justice of Reincarnation.

Justicia de la reencarnación
171. ¿En qué se funda el dogma de la reencarnación?
- En la justicia de Dios y en la revelación, porque sin cesar os lo repetimos: Un buen padre deja siempre a sus hijos una puerta abierta para el arrepentimiento. ¿No te dice la razón que sería injusto privar para siempre de la dicha eterna a todos aquellos de quienes no ha dependido mejorar? ¿Acaso todos los hombres no son hijos de Dios? Sólo entre los humanos egoístas se encuentra la iniquidad, el odio implacable y los castigos sin perdón.
Todos los Espíritus tienden a la perfección y Dios lês provee los medios de obtenerla mediante las pruebas de la vida corporal. Pero, en su justicia, les reserva que cumplan en nuevas existencias lo que no pudieron hacer o perfeccionar en una primera prueba.
No estaría de acuerdo con la equidad y la bondad de Dios castigar para siempre a aquellos que han podido encontrar obstáculos para su mejoramiento, independientemente de su voluntad y en el medio mismo donde se hallaban ubicados. Si la suerte del hombre después de su muerte estuviera irremediablemente fijada, Dios no habría pesado las acciones de todos com la misma balanza y no los hubiera tratado con imparcialidad.
La doctrina de la reencarnación, esto es, aquella que consiste en admitir para el hombre muchas existencias sucesivas, es la única que responde a la idea que nos formamos de la justicia de Dios para con hombres de una condición moral inferior, la única que puede explicarnos el porvenir y fundamentar nuestras esperanzas, puesto que nos ofrece el medio de rescatar nuestras faltas mediante nuevas pruebas. La razón nos lo indica y los Espíritus así lo enseñan.
El hombre que tiene conciencia de su inferioridad encuentra en la doctrina de la reencarnación una esperanza consoladora. Si cree en la justicia de Dios no puede esperar que será por siempre diferente de aquellos que han obrado mejor que él. El pensamiento de que esa inferioridad no lo deshereda para siempre del bien supremo, y que podrá conquistarlo por médio de nuevos esfuerzos, lo sostiene y reanima su valor. ¿Quién, al término de su carrera, no lamenta haber adquirido demasiado
tarde una experiencia que ya no puede aprovechar? Pero esa experiencia tardía no está perdida, pues la aprovechará en uma nueva existencia.
         El Libro de los Espíritus – Allan Kardec.
Justice of Reincarnation.
171. What foundation is there for the doctrine of reincarnation?
The justice of God, and revelation; for, as we have already remarked, an affectionate father always leaves a door of repentance open for his erring children. Does not reason itself tell you that it would be unjust to inflict an eternal privation of happiness on those who have not had the opportunity of improving themselves? Are not all men God's children? It is only among selfish human beings that injustice, implacable hatred, and irremissible punishments are to be found.
All spirits tend towards perfection, and are furnished by God with the means of advancement through the trials of corporeal life; but the divine justice compels them to accomplish. in new existences, that which they have not been able to do, or to complete, in a previous trial.
It would not be consistent with the justice or with the goodness of God to sentence to eternal suffering those who may have encountered obstacles to their improvement independent of their will, and resulting from the very nature of the conditions in which they found themselves placed. If the fate of mankind were Irrevocably fixed after death. God would not have weighed the actions of all in the same scales, and would not have treated them with impartiality.
The doctrine of reincarnation-that Is to say, the doctrine which proclaims that men have many successive existence-is the only one which answers to the idea we form to ourselves of the justice of God in regard to
those who are placed, by circumstances over which they have no control, in conditions unfavourable to their moral advancement ; the only one which can explain the future, and furnish us with a sound basis for our hopes. because it offers us the means of redeeming our errors through new trials. This doctrine is Indicated by the teachings of reason, as well as by those of our spirit-instructors.
He who is conscious of his own inferiority derives a consoling hope from the doctrine of reincarnation. If he believes in the justice of God, he cannot hope to be placed, at once and for all eternity, on a level with those who have made a better use of life than he has done but the knowledge that this inferiority will not exclude him for ever from the supreme felicity, and that he will be able to conquer this felicity through new efforts, revives his courage and sustains his energy. who does not regret, at the end of his career. That the experience he has acquired should have come too late to allow of his turning it to useful account? This tardily acquired experience will not be lost for him ; he will profit by it in a new' corporeal life.
THE SPIRITS’ BOOK – Allan Kardec.

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