Jun 23, 1996 01:10 PM
by Wycked God
m.k. ramadoss wrote:
> Karma is generally thought to be something that has an equilibriating
> principle in that all actions do produce a response and the response
> could be delayed for a long time.
> Outside influences also can be considered as actions, but since we have
> free will, there is a choice to respond or not.
If Karma is an equilibriating principle in that all actions produce a response, couldn't we say that
everything but the first cause is just an effect of that cause? And if so, can we be said to have any
free will at all?
~~~Wycked, 0+1+2+3+4=10 .
"Are you ready for my wisdom?"
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