A man doing a wrong thing and how to impress upon him not to do it ?
A man doing a wrong thing argues that he is doing it because of his Karma; and he does not even try not to do it, because it gives him immediate happiness. How to imprss upon him not to do it ?
Karma not propel a man to wrong activities. Samskara(impressions) does, to a sure degree. Be that as it may, God has presented through and through freedom on man, with which to make or blemish his profession. Man has no Bhoga-Svatantrata (opportunity to appreciate or endure), which component is represented by Karma. In any case, he must Svatantrata (flexibility to do great or underhandedness). He can substitute great Samskaras set up of the old awful Samskaras by Vichara-sakti (force of enquiry), self discipline and proceeded with routine of good activities.
That underhandedness appears to give quick joy is the best allurement and the best obstruction to the development of ideals; and it can be uprooted just by segregation and experience. Consideration over a definitive and lasting harm done to the very soul of man by the malicious activities, and the damage he is bringing on to the whole society itself by his insidiousness, should constrain a man to cease from abhorrence activity – however lovely it may show up externally. There is no easy route to this truly difficult issue; the evil heart won’t yield effortlessly. Also, in this manner our people of old have lifted up Satsang (relationship with the savvy). Steady relationship with the astute and profoundly advanced persons alone can expel these wrong ideas from the brain of the fiendish one.