Saturday, 15 April 2017
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I know this question may sound philosophical, but sometimes I reflect on the choices Man has to make in his daily life while maintaining his fortitude to work on the path to the edge of the razor. Sometimes I wonder if it's necessary to do "small" evils in service of the greater good. I don't know what to do when faced with such choices in one's daily life and how to go about such decisions. I remember the story of Master S who had to fight in a revolution to free his people of a certain burden of Karma; he got some Karma in the process but also had Dharma too. I'll be glad if anyone could give me some advice in this respect.

Allamdulillah
5 years ago
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“Karma is the unerring law which adjusts effect to cause, on the physical, mental, and spiritual planes of being. As no cause remains without its due effect from greatest to least, from a cosmic disturbance down to the movement of your hand, and as like produces like, Karma is that unseen and unknown law which adjusts wisely, intelligently, and equitably each effect to its cause, tracing the latter back to its producer. Though itself unknowable, its action is perceivable.” - Blavatsky, Key to Theosophy


I would rather die than do something which I know to be a sin, or to be against God's will. - Joan of Arc

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

5 years ago
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#14015
Accepted Answer
“Karma is the unerring law which adjusts effect to cause, on the physical, mental, and spiritual planes of being. As no cause remains without its due effect from greatest to least, from a cosmic disturbance down to the movement of your hand, and as like produces like, Karma is that unseen and unknown law which adjusts wisely, intelligently, and equitably each effect to its cause, tracing the latter back to its producer. Though itself unknowable, its action is perceivable.” - Blavatsky, Key to Theosophy


I would rather die than do something which I know to be a sin, or to be against God's will. - Joan of Arc

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

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