Re: Practical Application of Karma!
Jul 29, 1997 08:05 PM
At 10:20 PM 7/29/97 -0400, you wrote:
>>Two cars were involved in an auto accident and both were expensive luxury
>>cars. The owners were driving the cars. Owner/driver of one of the cars got
>>out and went to the driver of second car and apologized to the him. The
>>owner/driver of second car got out and hugged the other driver and told him
>>that it was god that made the accident happen and hence not to worry about
>>it since insurance company will take care of the damage and said we are all
>So the points are:
>Rich people can be nice?
>Having insurance makes people kinder and carefree?
>God is blamed for everything?
>We are all brothers?
>We have to (yuk!) HUG people to work off karma?
>That not all men, when hugged, think the other man is gay?
>I dunno the moral of this story. . .
Simple. Usually people get into a physical fight. I was even a potential
juror in a trial where due to a minor auto accident in a gas station the two
drivers got into an argument which ended when one pushed the other and one
of them fell on the concrete slab of the gas station pavement hit his head
and died of injuries and the wife of the man who died, sued not only the
other guy but the owner of the gas station because the latter was a
corporation with deep pockets.
[Back to Top]
Dedicated to the Theosophical Philosophy and its Practical Application