The only thing which enjoys a fair distribution in every land is worry. Rich or poor, man or woman, every individual has his or her allotted quota of worry. Peace of mind is what everybody wants and nobody gets. Let us consider a few types of curses or ill-fate and how each is worried.

A rich landlord secures tons of rice at every harvest, but is unable to take a bowl of cooked rice as he suffers from diabetes. He curses his fate. He who runs a group of High Class Hotels caters delicious food of all varieties to his customers and he has to content himself with it; for he cannot consume even a bit of it himself, since he suffers from blood pressure or any other com-plications.

An emaciated and thin-looking person with an income barely sufficient for the maintenance of two adults is blessed with enough children to fog m a cricket team of his own, while a very well-to-do neighbour in the best of health has none and the latter is depressed and does not know when he can have one.

A supremely intelligent person, who had been scoring top marks In the school, is forced by circumstances to serve in later life under one who is extremely dull-witted and is looked upon as a symbol of backwardness. The intelligent person earns a meagre income and carries out the order of the duliwitted, when he can have bright days. This is his worry.

A young girl with no grace or charm, gets married, but her neighbour who is very beautiful and rich with all the required qualifications for marriage, continues to be on the waiting list, forlory ai Id unhappy, in spite of serious attempts by relative and friends. Will not they be in peace if they are informed by the astrologer what her destiny is and when they ran fulfil their desire.

Thus It is observed that every person has his or her share of trials and tribulations in life. If there is assuredly one science that lifts the load off your mind and enables you to face the future with confidence and hope, it Is astrology. The science of astrology alone explains why everyone has some worry or other and also there is so much of inequalities

The only thing which enjoys a fair distribution in every land is worry. Rich or poor, man or woman, every individual has his or her allotted quota of worry. Peace of mind is what everybody wants and nobody gets. Let us consider a few types of curses or ill-fate and how each is worried. A rich landlord secures tons of rice at every harvest, but is unable to take a bowl of cooked rice as he suffers from diabetes. He curses his fate. He who runs a group of High Class Hotels caters delicious food of all varieties to his customers and he has to content himself with it; for he cannot consume even a bit of it himself, since he suffers from blood pressure or any other com-plications.

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