Re: Digest 1246
Sep 19, 1997 10:28 AM
In a message dated 97-09-19 05:39:17 EDT, you write:
>For Chuck: to my way of thinking, karma, like gravity, manifests whenever
>and in whatever way it can ... and, like gravity, it doesn't require
>belief in order to do so. With respect to your view about "getting away
>it," I sincerely urge you not to rely too heavily on that idea. Everybody
>makes mistakes ... and that includes Chuck the Heretic.
But gravity is a readily observable phenomenon. It always works the same way
no matter what. If I drop a safe out of 16 stroy window, it is going to
squish whomever is walking underneath it no matter what kind of life that
person has led and conversley, if I jump off a roof but am wearing a
parachute I will probably land safely no matter what sins I committed the day
As far as getting away with things and karma, remember that Stalin died
peacefully on his couch, Mao died peacefully in bed, Ghenghis Khan died
peacefully in bed and Atilla the Hun died happily on his wedding night.
Karma is a load of bull, a combination of the greed of priests and the
desire of fools to think that the universe really cares about their petty
ideas of justice.
When the sun goes nova, the just and the unjust shall fry alike.
Chuck the Heretic
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