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Why some people are rich, even though they are bad?

Why some people are rich even though they are bad: We should always keep in mind that sri hari is always with good people and never supports bad people in any way. In our shastra it is very clearly mentioned that sri mahaalakshmi will always do as per the instructions of sripati. also, in our shastra it is very clearly mentioned about two types of lakshmi. one is swayam the wife of srimann naaraayana and another is the wife of kali (this is same kali of the kaliyuga). sri hari's wife is called as the adhrushtta devi sri mahaalakshmi, whereas the kali's wife is called alakshmi. now we need to understand the difference between sri mahaalakshmi and alakshmi. both will give money (money is very ordinary word to use here as sri mahalakshmi devi is capable of giving much much much more than alone money) to people, but the bad people will never be satisfied with the good people around them. bad people will never be happy with the money they have. reasons may vary for this as bad people would have gained money in negative manners (may be by stealing, by doing theft, getting money in the bribe form, getting money by doing unwanted things, etc etc etc). this is where alakshmi would feel very happy of such kind of bad people. they would be having loads loads loads of money, but they would never be happy. again reasons may vary, as they will be worrying, when the government (tax department, police department etc) may come and raid their place, they don't know when another bad person (s) may do bad things to them. these people won't get a good and sound sleep in the night. here the money giver is the wife of kali, that is alakshmi. if we want saatvika (good form of money, which we would have earned by hard work and equally important, by paying taxes for the same money) money, than the supporting devi is our own sri mahaalakshmi devi, who is the wife of our own sri hari. let us all pray every day to sri mahaalakshmi devi and sri hari to bestow us with saatvika money, which would last for long long long time. money which will never bring us unhappiness. money which will give us good and sound sleep at time. moreover and very & most important, which would lead us the path towards bhakthi and towards sri lakshmipati, swayam sri hari. for this we need to have a good and correct guru. let us all pray to sri krishna, to provide us with good and correct guru, who would show us the path of bhakthi and the path towards sri raama and finally with the path of mukti. sri gurubhyo namaha. on sri mukundaaya namaha.


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