Re: Theos-World Response to Dallas on Karma
Mar 17, 1999 09:48 PM
In a message dated 3/17/99 12:21:00 PM Eastern Standard Time,
<< The word means action, and implies
and every action will have an effect and that every effect
had a cause >>
It's the implication that gets us into trouble. What if it only means action?
The unceasing action in every moment and on every level, physical, emotional
and mental. What does that do to cause and effect? No now and then. just an
eternity of now, now, now, ....................The place you caused it is the
same place you fix it.
<<Modern physics has learned, kicking
and screaming, that acausal events also occur.>>
Could you give us some examples of these "effects without causes?" I find that
a fascinating idea.
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