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ekah prasuyate jantur
eka eva praliyate
eko ’nubhunkte sukrtam
eka eva ca duskrtam
Every creature is born alone and dies alone, and alone one experiences the just rewards of his good and evil deeds.
The term anubhunkte is significant here. Bhunkte means “(the living being) experiences,” and anu means “following,” or “in sequence.” In other words, we experience happiness and distress according to the moral and spiritual quality of our activities. We are responsible for what we do. Dhrtarastra was falsely and obsessively attached to his evil-minded sons, forgetting that he alone would have to suffer for his imprudent behavior.