Karma is a you-know-what.
According to Marcel, the Buddhist idea of karma has been misrepresented and is frequently misunderstood. "Karma is technically defined as 'the movement of the mind and what follows.' Karma is incorrectly associated with good and bad luck or divine intervention to reward or punish someone for their treatment of others. In modern Western thought, the expression has a taste of 'you got what you deserved,' with a frequently negative connotation. But, as Marcel explains, karma is both a cause and an effect; you generate it and experience it. "Everything we do, say, and think leaves traces, imprints, or karmic seeds in our minds, which, like all seeds, must inevitably produce a similar ou
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