KARMA is a beneficent and merciful law, relentlessly just, for true mercy is not a free lunch but impartial justice.
“My brothers! Each man’s life the outcome of his former living is,” said The Buddha.
Is Karma then only fate under another name, an already fixed formula from which no escape is possible?
They are unwise, the chorustells Prometheus, who believe that the goddess Nemesis may be propitiated by sacrifices and prayers, or have her wheels diverted from the paths she has taken.
“Those paths are of our own making,” H. P. Blavatsky wrote, “for it is we, collectively or individually, who prepare them — an Occultist or a philosopher will not speak of the goodness or cruelty of Providence.”
“The only immutable decree of Karma,” she insisted, “is absolute Harmony in the world of matter as it is in the world of Spirit. It is not, therefore…
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