Holding opinions and criticizing others is most selfish living because it dictates what others should be doing so that i live a better life in the way i think it should be and not what i should be doing so that others can live better lives. It's not just about Kejriwal or any politician, if you observe carefully, human race developed the tendency of criticizing anything and anyone around as long as life is there in them... that has become a habit, not even sparing saints and even friends and family. Firstly, noone even cares about what the opinion maker thinks or what opinion he or she holds about others. Neither have those opinions brought any changes in others, except having created more reactions in self and to the one projected. These are the very tendencies Babaji has been telling from day one to avoid because they simply attract consequences or karma. Not just for the fear or karma, but even what is the use of commenting on someone else or holding or expressing opinions about others? It is so easy to blame and criticize other, but sooooooooooooo difficult or even impossible to do even 10% of what others do. Opinions, judgement and criticism, if you observe, is always towards those who are doing something and is most of the time what one has not done or cannot do.
Commenting on how Tendulkar could have made a double century when you cannot even face a ball is hilarious to reality. Babaji says instead of focusing on world transformation focus on the only thing that is possible to transform - YOU. Apart from transforming ourselves, we can only talk about country transformation, world transformation, family transformation and transformation of every single thing around us, other than me. So, if any flaws have to be seen, it's better to sit in meditation and catch one's own flaw, comment on it, and take measures to straight it up. Rest all is only goofy-goofy talks, gossip activity, energy drainers, unwanted pulling of someone else's karma into one's own lap. Never can one get onto the divine path unless one throws themselves out of the vicious cycle of criticism, action and reaction. Know that these are the major obstacles lying on the path. Unless one takes personal responsibility in understanding this fact and puts and end to it, nothing really will happen. It will be like a merry-go-round in a fair, you will have fun, go round and round and round and maybe even have covered 20 kilometers sitting in it, but yet not even an inch would have been traversed on the trail to the royal path.
It is heard that the path is full of hurdles; true, but they are not just lust and anger and ego and disease and challenges, they are these small things too... smaller things that can lead to larger consequences. Every moment you are tested. It indeed is not easy, unless one's eagerness is to catch the teaching of the Guru to the depth. If not, still attempts can be made by not falling prey to criticism and unwanted gossip talks. And, let us leave such large concerns to the higher power, the group of Siddhas, the council of higher beings who look into the administration of such things on earth, who have been and still are looking into larger concerns. There is a larger government that governs all the governments of the world. Nothing is eluded from them. If something is going on, they are sure aware of it. They don't see things the way we see things and that is why what appears wrong to us, was never wrong to them. They all have larger meanings, and they don't feel necessary to explain those things to us. If they have to be known, only one way, walk the path and know it. The problem is that they are seeing everything in the reality of the Universal game, but we take things so seriously that we feel the responsibility of the entire cosmos is over our shoulders. Only our own responsibility is over our shoulders. To progress the path, this other path of such meaningless things have to be completely shunned. Choice is always there. Both choices of man along with their consequences, are totally acceptable to higher realms, but the fruits of which man alone has to bear. Aameen.