Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 49, Text 28

SB 10.49.28

isvarasya vidhim ko nu
 vidhunoty anyatha puman
bhumer bharavataraya
 yo ’vatirno yadoh kule
Who can defy the injunctions of the Supreme Lord, who has now descended in the Yadu dynasty to diminish the earth’s burden?
Naturally, we would like to ask Dhrtarastra, “If you know all this, why don’t you behave properly?” Of course, this is exactly Dhrtarastra’s point: he feels that since events have already been set in motion, he is helpless to change them. In fact, events have been set in motion by his attachment and sinful propensities, and therefore he should have taken responsibility for his own acts. Lord Krsna clearly states in the Bhagavad-gita (5.15), nadatte kasyacit papam: “The Supreme Lord does not accept responsibility for anyone’s sinful activities.” It is a dangerous policy to claim that we are acting improperly because of “destiny” or “fate.” We should take up Krsna consciousness seriously and create an auspicious future for ourselves and our associates.
Finally, one may argue that, after all, Dhrtarastra is involved in the Lord’s pastimes and is actually His eternal associate. In answer to this we may say that the Lord’s pastimes are not only entertaining but also didactic, and the lesson here is that Dhrtarastra should have acted properly. This is what the Lord wanted to teach. Dhrtarastra claims that Krsna came to relieve the burden of the earth, but the earth’s burden is precisely the improper behavior of its inhabitants. So, let us take the lesson the Lord wants to teach here and be instructed for our benefit.
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