If man is right, world will be right
Puttaparthi, Sai Kulwanth Hall (1996 Special Discourses )
Cultures of previous births are, rather, difficult to unravel and reconcile, during one’s present life span. Even if one’s past lives are recapitulated with form and name, and narrated to a person, he refuses to believe it? Why? Because, you were in a different form and name then and you have forgotten about them in the present life. Even if both the name and form are made known to you, still believing the past is difficult to accept.