Friday, 18 November 2022
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I know I may sound entitled, but when bad things happen that are not of karmic nature or because of our own carelessness, does the law compensate us?

Example: you were always good to children in past lives, but in your present life, due to bad luck, you are kidnapped as a child and forced to work as a slave for years, being whipped, abused and tortured in all kinds of manners by the slave owners, even though you didn't deserve this fate. How do the karmic judges deal with a case like this?
2 weeks ago
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#28278
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The law always seeks balance.

Usually, extreme cases like the one you cited are due to karmic debts, not some accidental circumstance.

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

2 weeks ago
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#28278
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The law always seeks balance.

Usually, extreme cases like the one you cited are due to karmic debts, not some accidental circumstance.

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

1 week ago
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#28328
Thanks instructor!
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