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Re: Theos-World Karma Paradox

Oct 16, 2001 06:04 AM
by Pedro

That's a rather difficult question. But, as I see it, if you do as you
said, as if you were somehow negotiating with karma, you just couldn't
do it. I mean, there are so many subtilities (sorry for my english..) in
real life that your concious mind couldn't managed them, in a proper
way. That's something that must be done by heart, sometimes against the
rational view of the situation.
Light and Peace,

Mic Forster wrote:
> Theosophy teaches that we must be truly altruistic and
> unselfish so that we may prevent bad karma for
> ourselves. But is this not, in itself, being selfish?
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