A Simple Case Of Karma

Cause-and-EffectBuddhism, which is founded on the law of cause and effect, stresses the concept of karma.

This principle explains that life at each moment is subject to the cumulative effects of causes made in the past. What we do, what we say and what we think are all causes.

According to Buddhism, the moment we do something, say something or even think something, an effect is registered in the depths of our being. Then, as our lives meet the right circumstances, the effects become apparent.

Personality traits are strongly connected to out karma. The good news is that, unlike fate, our karma can be changed by causes we make from this moment forward.

Buddhist practice is therefore, essentially the practice of continually changing our karma.

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