How to explain this specific Bhagawad Gita concept -As you put on fresh new clothes and take off those you’ve worn,
You’ll replace your body with a fresh one, newly born.
It is said, a person experiences his karma vinai till his old age – a stage wherein all his organs and level of senses have gone down – he needs to take upon a new body (re- birth) so as to finish off his remaining karma vinai.
Given this, how to explain when young people whose organs and level of senses function properly (by and large, youngsters are healthy compared to old people) are made to die prematurely say by accidents. If not for this accident, the individual could very well live and experience karma vinai until reaching old age.
It is not economical to invest in creation (of an individual by re-birth) unless needed, from a life sciences perspective – our physiology is fine tuned to conserve energy and be economical.
From this standpoint, is it not counter-intuitive to make a person to die at a young age rather than allowing to go full span that the body can go till old age and experience karma?
In some cases, we may say, though the person, did not outwardly had any illness, he may be suffering some ailments (and hence his current body not fit to experience further karma and demands a re-birth..A new cloth..), forcing him to be put on to death.
Is it like economical view point does not hold good here, because Bhagawan has to just use HIS sankalpa sakthi only for re-birth to happen?
Please explain Swamy.