There is divinity in the hungry tiger and the fleeing deer. Sometimes the deer lives, sometimes the tiger eats.
The tiger’s body-mind acts to preserve itself and the deer’s body-mind acts to preserve itself.
The self of the tiger and the self of the deer are eternal and the same. They are viSNu, the bhUtAtma, the paramAtma.
The same divinity pervades Anna Hazaareji and the Corrupt people he wants to fight. Sometimes it looks like he is winning and sometimes it looks like his opponents are winning. The Self of the swAmijI who died of fasting for a pure ganga is the same as the Self of the people who are polluting it with chemical effluents from the factories.
Whose side, is the Self on? It’s own side. Life is on the side of the tiger and the deer. It wins whoever wins.
From this perspective dharma can be seen as balance and adharma as imbalance. Then we understand that Krishna so creates himself as to correct imbalances amd restore a balance. (re. gita).
The real question is what should this body-mind do or avoid?
I will call this body-mind satyA, and the Self s’AradA dEvI.
Since the body-mind-self association cannot remain still, it can be engaged in a dharma-karma mode with the mind engaged in the self. (gita).
ie satyA can write, cook, do a job while her mind can remember that it is s’AradA dEvI in reality, and it is her divine will/sankalpa that events will depend on.
satyA will support Annaji, satyA will choose to chase a cat away to save a squirrel. She will cook, clean and apply for a job. Who wins and what finally happens is really upto s’AradA dEvI!
satyA s’AradA dEvI!