• If a mistake is repeated time and again, one must take atonement. For, this gives the mind a lesson. But if the mistake is such that it harms the mission, or the organization, one should not wait for a similar mistake to be made again. Instead, one should take atonement immediately. Atonement reduces the severity of enduring Karmaphal (fruits or consequences of the action). Hence, penance must
be such that pinches the mind, for instance, renouncing a favoriteMistake thing, or doing something that induces physical pain for us, but benefits the society.

• Once some seekers of our Shree Guru made an unpardonable mistake. Our Shree Guru then took upon Himself the responsibility and took atonement. In reality, every Karma (act) of a saint above 80% spiritual level is an Akarma karma (non-action) and the principle of Karmaphal(fruit of action) does not apply to them. Saint Tuslidas too has said, “Samarath ko nahin dosh Gosain”, meaning those who are spiritually capable, i.e. those who are jivanmukta (liberated and enlightened souls) even being in the gross body, the principles of Karmaphal do not apply to them. Then why is it that the saints do so? Because they always want to teach the seekers through their action. Thus, in this way they want us to learn that when we take the responsibility of someone, we are also responsible for every mistake made by them, although they are not directly responsible for it. That is why the saints are venerable and worshipful.

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