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No longer are people willing to accept the belief that all unpleasant happenings are the will of God. They are turning aside from the suppose imposition of an inscrutable God. When the author began to study the doctrine of Karma and Reincarnation, he found the subject attractive long before he understood the implications to accept them without reservations. Understanding provided a logical answer to every problem of human behavior. The truth about suffering, which has once seemed unjust, freed him from doubts about justice, He experiences new courage and confidence. In its essence Karma is the law of cause and effect. It is adjustment rather than punishment. Man receives only those blessings which he had earned. Likewise, he does not escape his negative actions. Karma does not preclude free will. It does not prevent man from struggling against his lot. HOW he faces it depends entirely on himself. The one who meets his experiences with wisdom, courage and forbearance, has set his foot firmly on the path. The foundations of Karma is law. More than half of the inhabitants of the globe accept Karma and Reincarnation. There is evidence to show it is the oldest faith on earth. This is a book which gives courage, and shows us the way to go where we wish. The text is fortified by quotations from the great Teachers, who taught this wonderful truth. This is a book which can become a companion.
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Book Description Samuel Weiser, 1971. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110877280274
Book Description Samuel Weiser, 1971. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0877280274